The Benton Lady Tigers soccer team completed a perfect run through District 1, Division II with a doubleheader sweep of Woodlawn Thursday night at Tinsley Park.
Benton won the first game 10-0 and the second 5-0.
The Lady Tigers finished the regular season 12-3-3 overall and 8-0 in district play.
It’s the third district championship in the program’s four-year history.
Benton also won two other games this week.
The Lady Tigers defeated North Caddo 11-0 in a non-district game Tuesday and Northwood 12-1 in a district game Wednesday.
Shelby Plunkett and Kloee Davis had four goals each in the doubleheader against Woodlawn. Cori Basco, Sam Long and Kelcie Walker had two apiece.
Hannah Easter had a hat trick for the Lady Tigers against North Caddo. Haley Croft and Chelsea Rangel scored two goals each.
Cori Basco, Abby Lauterbach, Plunkett and Jenny Cox had one goal apiece.
Sckye Hansen, Baileigh Howard and Long contributed to the victory with their defensive efforts, as did freshman goalkeeper Brenna Hydro.
Easter, Plunkett and Davis scored two goals each against Northwood.
Kirsten Basco, Jennifer Cleveland, Cox, Croft, Lauterbach and Madi Sessions had one each. Cori Basco, Lauterbach, Plunkett and Walker had assists.
In District 1-I girls play Wednesday, Parkway dropped a 3-0 decision to champion Byrd, and second-place Caddo Magnet edged Airline 3-2 in overtime.
Airline (11-13, 6-5) rallied from a 2-0 deficit to tie it on goals by Mandy Sparkman and Maddie Walter. Melissa Beard assisted on Sparkman’s goal.
Parkway (13-9-3, 7-4), which routed Southwood 11-0 Tuesday night, and Airline face off tonight at Tinsley Park.
In District 1-I boys play, Haughton closed its season with a 6-2 victory over Southwood.
Benny Broadway scored two goals and had one assist. Trevor Duncan, Kade Schufft, Oscar Ontiveros and Julio Rodriguez all had one goal. Schufft also had an assist.
Haughton ended the season 5-12, an increase of four wins over last season.
In District 1-III girls play, Bossier fell to Evangel 1-0 in the second round of a penalty-kicks shootout. The Lady Kats finished the season 4-7 overall and 2-6 in district.