Lopez’s goal gives LCS girls 3A-6 district soccer crown
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By Roy Fuoco – Posted Feb 7, 2020 at 9:47 PM
LAKELAND — Lakeland Christian played its closest district championship game in nearly a decade, but the Vikings aren’t complaining.
First, the Vikings’ 1-0 victory over Windermere Prep on Friday night in the championship game of the Class 3A, District 6 girls soccer tournament gave them their 10th consecutive district title.
Second, with tough region opponents awaiting them in the playoffs, the Vikings relish the opportunity to face stiff competition in advance.
“It’s going to help us a lot because we’re in a different class, and 3A is one of the hardest classes that we’ve been in,” junior midfielder Ramsey Watkins said. “It just proves how hard we have to work and how hard we have to want it to be able to keep going and potentially get into the state final four.”
Of course, winning 8-0 or 1-0, it’s still special to LCS to win a district title.
“A title is a title, a win is a win,” Watkins said. “Either way we’re still going on and it’s great for us.”