Clipper Sports Editor
BOUNTIFUL — The opening rivalry game between Bountiful High School and Woods Cross High School girls’ soccer teams ended with the Lady Braves’ picking up a 2-1 victory.
In Region 1, Viewmont shutout Northridge 2-0 for its second straight win, and Davis dropped a 3-1 game to Fremont.
Lady Braves claim opening rivalry game over Woods Cross, 2-1
Bountiful’s Abby Clark and Christina Plank scored a goal each for the Lady Braves in last Thursday’s rivalry game against Woods Cross.
That proved to be enough — Bountiful took the 2-1 victory over the Wildcats, giving the Braves their sixth win in the last seven games.
Clark was the first Lady Brave to score, knocking in a goal in the eighth minute for the lead.
Plank’s goal came just seven minutes later, in the 15th minute, for a 2-0 lead at the half. It was Plank’s second goal of the season
Eden Jacobsen of Woods Cross scored the Lady Wildcats’ only goal of the game in the 42nd minute, splitting three Bountiful defenders in the process.
The goal was her eighth of the season.
Lady Vikings shutout Northridge 2-0
The Viewmont High School girls’ soccer team picked up its second win in a row last Thursday, scoring a pair of goals in a 2-0 victory over Northridge.
Abby Flandro and Bailee Hammond scored a goal each for the Vikings, and Haley Johnson picked up her fifth shutout of the season at the net.
Darts drop 3-1 match to Fremont
After collecting three Region 1 wins in a row, the Davis High School girls’ soccer team dropped a 3-1 match to Fremont Thursday afternoon at Fremont High School.
Ireland Dunn scored the only goal for the Lady Darts, who fell behind 2-1 at the half and allowed another goal in the second half.
The Lady Silver Wolves picked up their fifth win in a row, and are in a first-place tie with Viewmont in Region 1.
Viewmont and Fremont had 15 points each.
Games this week
Davis and Viewmont will finish their rivalry for the season Thursday afternoon at Angel Street Park in Kaysville.
Both the Lady Braves and Lady Wildcats will be on the road, traveling to Kearns and Clearfield, respectively.
All games will kick off at 3:30 p.m.
Editor’s note: scores and statistics were provided by the local teams.