The Midlothian girls soccer team swept its week of games while the boys had to settle for a split.
The Midlothian Lady Panthers started quick on Wednesday, getting on the score board within five minutes. The pressure and possesion would never let up from there as they scored five more times to make it a 6-0 win over Duncanville.
The Lady Panthers got a hat trick by Alexa England and goal each by Kiley Martes, Vicki Reyes and Brooke Greeson.
The stellar defense held the counter attack of Duncanville to no goals and one shot allowed.
The Lady Panthers managed two goals and gave up only the third goal in district play as they beat Grand Prarie 2-1 on Friday.
A goal by England and Kamy Martin secured the win against a determined Grand Prairie team.
The win secures a playoff spot for the Lady Panthers and puts their district record at 8-1, 14-3-2 overall.
The Panther soccer team lost a close match to Duncanville Wednesday night 2-1.
Eric Nutt got the Panthers' goal on a penalty kick.
Midlothian was able to get a huge 1-0 win in the final moments Friday night against Grand Prairie.
Cristian Espinoza beat the buzzer with a 30-yard free kick to put the Panther soccer team past Grand Prairie with a 1-0 win at the Gopher Bowl Friday night.
Takoda Davidson had the shutout for the Panthers.
The Panthers are 3-4-2 in district and 4-9-4 overall. The playoffs are still possible for Midlothian, but it must play well in the final few weeks of the season to get to the postseason.
The JV girls faced off against a tough South Grand Prairie team in a game that finished in a 0-0 draw.
The game was a battle throughout with missed opportunities from both teams. Hannah Wise, Ashley Ray, and Kathryn Davidson combined to shutout the Lady Warriors in goal.
The Lady Panthers now have a record of 8 wins, 1 loss, and 3 ties on the season.
the JV boys soccer team played the Waxahachie Indians and came away with a strong 4-1 victory.
Isaac Rangel scored two of the goals while Nicholas McRay and Michael Funderburk scored the other two goals. This improves the over all record to 5-4-3 overall and 0-1-2 in district play.