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The Prescott Badger girls soccer team hit the road again for a non-conference game against the Cortez Colts. After winning their first two games of the season the Badgers were looking to improve their play en route to their third straight win. For the second straight game Mikayla Sell would open the scoring for the Badgers inside of 8 minutes. She would feed sister Alex Sell who would put home a well placed shot from 20 yards out for the second goal of the game. Mikayla would get her second goal on a nicely slotted pass from Sawyer Magnet and finish calmly in the side of the goal. Lauryn Mayhan would rocket the fourth goal home for the Badgers from 20 yards out on a pure strike that hit the back of the net. At half time the Badgers would hold a 4-0 lead.
The second half started at a frenetic pace with the Badgers adding 7 goals in total. Lauren Mayhan would add a second long range strike early on before Mikayla Sell finished off her second hat trick in as many games. Senior Emma Beadnell would score off a corner kick with a nice header into the back of the net. Joining her for their first goals as Varsity players was Senior Mary Frate. Sawyer Magnet would score two quick goals within a 3 minute span and Emma Beadnell would add the second goal of her career and end the scoring for the Badgers. Coach Campuzano was pleased with the two seniors scoring their first goals. He said that “it shows we are all on the same page and working hard to accomplish the same goal. It is a testament to those girls for working hard and making the most of their opportunities”. He concluded by saying that he was, “happy about the first 40 minutes of play, watching the girls starting to figure their way out of problems and beginning to understand the play of their teammates. Now we need to continue to improve with some big games coming up”.