The Midlothian Panther soccer teams finished their regular seasons strong with a pair of victories last week.

The girls soccer team was able to clinch the district championship with a pair of blow out victories.

First, the team beat Mansfield Timberview 7-0 behind Autum Schwartz's hat trick.

Alexa England had two goals and Harley Floyd and Brooke Greeson each had one goal. Heather Martin and Dani Mayfield shared the shutout in goal.

The team sealed the district championship with a 6-1 win against Cedar Hill.

Kamy Martin scored the lady panthers' second hat trick in a row. Sky Reynold's scored two goals and Alexa England scored one.

The win puts their overall record at 19-3-2 and 13-1 in district. Midlothian will play Killeen Harker Heights at 6 p.m. Friday in the first round of the playoffs.

The boys team won't be going to the playoffs, but the season ended on a strong note with the two wins.

First, the Panthers defeated Mansfield Timberview 2-0 Tuesday

The goals came from an Antonio Fiallos header off a Cristian Espinoza free kick and Joel Mathis from an Eric Nutt pass.

Takoda Davidson and freshman Luis Garcia (in his first varsity match) split the shutout.

The boys team then won its final match of the season, getting a 4-0 victory at Cedar Hill on Friday.

Fiallos opened the scoring with a great volley from a Jake Ammerman assist. Connor Henderson hammered the second from outside the 18 on a Sam Hervert assist.

Espinoza made it three before the half on a penalty kick. Emory Coston got the forth goal in the second half.

Garcia, Brady Womack and Davidson shared the shutout.

The JV2 boys soccer team split a pair of recent games.

The Panthers traveled to Corsicana to play the Tigers.  Isaac Rangel scored in the first half, but it wasn't enough to beat the Tigers losing 3-1.

In the second game, the Panthers had a district match up against South Grand Prairie.  The Panthers played hard but came up short losing 1-0.  This brings their record district record to 1-4-2 and 8-7-3 overall.

The JV1 Girls Soccer Team got a win and tie in recent district games. The ladies beat Desoto by a score of 9-0 in a dominating performance.

The match was lopsided in favor of the Panthers from the first whistle. Scoring for the Lady Panthers were Sarah Mendoza (2), Morgan Pendley (2), Kira Rodgers, Hailey Bohmaker, Abby Whitworth, Bre Dorsey, and Madi Beller.  Assisting on the goals were Kira Rodgers, Maresa Carter (2), and Bre Niehoff.

In the second match, the Lady Panthers drew a 1-1 tie against the South Grand Prairie Warriors.  It was a tightly contested match, with SGP scoring on a penalty kick.

The Lady Panthers responded with a goal by Sarah Mendoza and Maresa Carter on the assist.  The ladies had multiple chances to score on the night, but couldn't find the back of the net for the decisive goal.  Playing well in goal was Sierra Miller with lots of help from the team as a whole on the defendng third of the pitch.

The team is now 11-4-3 on the season overall and 7-2-2 in district.

The JV2 girls soccer team traveled to Keller Central High School to take on the Lady Chargers.

The ladies started off strong creating many opportunities against the wind in the first half. The team failed to score despite hitting the crossbar and taking a penalty kick.

During the second half the Lady Panthers kept the ball in the offensive end for most of the game.  They continued to put pressure on the Lady Chargers taking 5 corner kicks within the last 10 minutes.  Despite their efforts, the Lady Panthers finished in a 0-0 draw with Keller Central.