Local roundup: Coconino women’ soccer missed two penalties and lost 3-0 at home to Saguaro | Local

Coconino will play on Monday at Shadow Mountain No. 28 in the valley.

Eagles 4, Sentinels 0

Flagstaff’s girls’ soccer team has been rolling lately, winning for the third year in a row with a win over 4A Seton Catholic in a 4A freedom game.

Flagstaff gets its fifth win of the season – all by shutout. The Eagles came in 6th on the first power rankings of the day. Flagstaff (5-1, 2-1, 4A Grand Canyon) will play at Desert Edge # 15 in the valley on Tuesday.

Boys basketball

Panther 50, badger 47

Ninth-placed 4A Coconino had a tight call at home Thursday night but came out with another win, defeating Prescott No. 17 to remain undefeated 6-0.

Preston Olney led Coconino with 16 points and grabbed six boards. He was the only Panther to get a double-digit score when the team shot 40% off the field.

The Panthers host the Flagstaff Eagles on Saturday at 4 p.m.

Eagles 57, Thunderbirds 48

No. 26 4A Flagstaff grabbed a four-game skid with a street win over No. 43 Mohave. The Eagles hadn’t won a game since January 30th.

Flagstaff improves to 2-4 overall and 2-3 in the league. Nick Morrow made another strong appearance at 19 leading the Eagles, while Josh Lenners was 18 with three 3s made. Both Morrow and Lenners shot 5 out of 10 off the charity flick.

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