soccer roundup: Saline, Dexter, Gabriel Richard win girls soccer district titles
This file was updated to include Father Gabriel Richard's win over Jackson Lumen Christi on Saturday night.
Taylor Mulder strikes again.
The Saline High School freshman scored her second dramatic goal of the season against Huron, this time earning the Hornets a Division 1 girls soccer district championship.
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On May 17, Mulder broke a scoreless tie with an unassisted goal with nine minutes remaining against Huron, giving the Hornets a key victory in their run to a Southeastern Conference Red Division title.
On Saturday, she did it again. Her goal off a corner kick with four minutes left to play gave Saline a 1-0 win at Skyline High School and its second straight district title.
Brittany Brown was credited with the assist. (Boxscore)
The goal came on Saline's eighth corner kick of the game.
"It was a good way to capitalize on the corner," Saline coach Dana Restrick said. "We had a couple go right across the goal and a few wide."
The win moves Saline to the regional round, which will be played on its home field. The Hornets face Livonia Franklin at 7 p.m. Tuesday in the second of two semifinal matches. (Division 1 bracket)
Dexter 4, Milan 0
Nicole Lucas scored two goals, both on assists from Alex Dinser, to lead Dexter in a Division 2 district final. Olivia Volmers and Hannah Ruble each scored one goal for Dexter, which scored three of its goals in the second half.
Father Gabriel Richard 3, Jackson Lumen Christi 0
Niki Dirksen scored two goals, Casey Simon added a goal and Laura Dunleavy made five saves in the Fighting Irish's Division 3 shutout win.