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Community Champions: El Dorado girls soccer team claims district title

The El Dorado girls soccer team saw years of hard work pay off in a big way this week when they claimed the program’s first-ever District 1-6A title.

The Aztecs defeated Pebble Hills on Tuesday by a final of 4-0 to wrap up the title.

“This senior group, most of them were starters since freshman year. So, we started off young, and we’ve worked through the process to get to this point,” said head coach Adriana Enriquez.

The Aztecs finished with a 12-2 district mark and will now turn their attention to their playoff opener against Odessa Permian next Thursday in Artesia, NM.

When that day arrives, the Aztecs say they will be full of belief.

“It gives me a lot of confidence going into the postseason, but I also think it helps the team’s confidence as well, just knowing that we’re capable of winning district and doing well,” said midfielder Riley Perez.

The Aztecs are hoping to add a deep playoff run to what has already been a wildly successful season. And that confidence could go a long way toward making that run a reality – no matter what teams they encounter along the way.

“We have that confidence that no matter who we step on the field with, we can be successful, and we can come out with a victory no matter who we play or where we play them,” said Enriquez.

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