GSoccer: Valley goes one and four in PK’s

While it was a tough day for most area high school girls soccer team in the penalty shootout, Diamond Ranch came out on top. The Panthers pulled off the upset of the day, shocking top-ranked and undefeated Santa Ana Valley in penalty kicks after eighty scoreless minutes of regulation and two overtimes in Tuesday’s CIF-Southern Section Division IV second-round game. The Panthers (13-7-4) defeated Santa Ana Valley (23-1-1) 4-2 in penalty kicks to move to the quarterfinals on Thursday against either St.Joseph’s or California. “I’m really excited, that was the top team in our division and nobody had done this to them all year,” Panthers coach Victoria Hentges said. “They were an amazing team, it was so hard fought, I’m just so glad to get through it and move on, because we’ve never gone this far in the playoffs.”

Tuesday’s Second Round
All games at 3 p.m.
Division II
Crescenta Valley 1, South Hills 1, CV wins on PK’s, 4-2
Division IV
Diamond Ranch 0, Santa Ana Valley 0, DRanch wins on PK’s, 4-2
Santa Ynez 0, Bishop Amat 0, Santa Ynez wins on PK’s, 4-3
Cathedral City 1, Los Altos 1, Cathedral City wins on PK’s, 4-3
Division VI
Milken Community 1, San Dimas 0
Division VII
Saddleback Valley Christian 0, Sierra Vista 0, Saddleback wins on PK’s, 5-4
CAMS 1, Arroyo 0
St. Genevieve 1, South El Monte 0

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