CPHS Soccer: Sandites top Capitol Hill 2-0 in final match of the year

Julia Wolf led all Sandites this season with eight goals.

Julia Wolf led all Sandites this season with eight goals.

The Charles Page High School varsity soccer teams ended their season Thursday night at Memorial Stadium, hosting Capitol Hill High School from Oklahoma City. The girls' fell 1-0 and ended the year with a 7-7 record while the boys won 2-0 to finish the season 5-9.

Senior forward Jacqueline Martinez scored the lone goal for Capitol Hill in the 36th minute of the match. Neither team scored in the second half and the visitors prevailed 1-0. 

Sophomore Jaden Weiser was the star for the Sandites, playing aggressive throughout the night. His first goal was called offside and Aaron McKnight got the Sandites on the board with only 56 seconds left in the first half. Weiser finally got in the score book just two minutes into the second half, and took several other fantastic shots throughout the remainder of the match. 

Freshman standout Jack Bratcher led all Sandites this season with six goals, followed by Luke Jeffus with five and Weiser with four. McKnight, Weslee Calhoun, and Fernando Saldana scored two goals apiece and Caleb Brooks notched one. 

Sophomore Julia Wolf led the Lady Sandites this year with eight goals, followed by Morgan Poletek with six. Brynlee Slankard, Ari Esparza, Emma Peak, Kylie Taylor, Katie Daniels, Libby Colson, and Jewelia Lahmeyer scored one apiece. 

Sand Springs Soccer will graduate six seniors this season. The girls will lose Lahmeyer, Taylor, Kayla Shuffield, Megan Lambert, and goalkeeper Abigail Banks. The boys will graduate Dylan "Thunder" Hart. Banks will continue her soccer career at Oklahoma City University. 

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District 6A-4 Girls Standings - FINAL
7-0 Norman (14-1)
6-1 Union (8-2)
5-2 Owasso (9-4)
4-3 Sapulpa (10-5)
3-4 Edmond Santa Fe (4-9)
2-5 Capitol Hill (7-8)
1-6 Sand Springs (7-7)
0-7 Shawnee (5-10)

District 6A-4 Boys Standings - FINAL
7-0 Union (14-0)
5-2 Edmond Santa Fe (9-5)
4-3 Norman (6-9)
4-3 Owasso (9-4)
4-3 Sapulpa (10-5)
2-5 Capitol Hill (6-10)
1-6 Shawnee (8-7)
1-6 Sand Springs (5-9)