Varsity Girls Soccer

Menlo School 1, Sacred Heart Prep 1

Date of competition: Saturday, March 8, 2014

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The Menlo School and Sacred Heart Prep girls each had one outright Central Coast Section soccer title to their credit heading into Saturday's Division III finale at Valley Christian in San Jose. Neither team, however, added to that total as the Atherton neighbors battled to a 1-1 tie in overtime and shared the crown. The No. 6-seeded Gators (19-2-3) grabbed what looked to be the lead for good in overtime when freshman Cameron Gordon scored in the 88th minute. However, top-seede Menlo (17-3-3) got a saving goal from senior Sienna Stritter in the 96th minute to earn a co-title. The co-title is the fourth for the Knights, who also shared titles from 1988-90.

posted by Palo Alto Online on Mar 8, 2014 at 8:29 pm

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SHP's Olivia Athens and Menlo's Jamie Corley (right) battle for control. Photo by Bill McFarland.

Menlo's Amanda McFarland (right) pulls away from SHP freshman Olivia Athens. Photo by Bill McFarland.

SHP freshman Carey Bradley (left) and Menlo senior Sienna Stritter battle for control during the CCS Division III finale. Photo by Bill McFarland.
 
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