The Christian Heritage girls soccer team defeated Chase Collegiate, 4-0, in HAVAL semifinal action at Indian Ledge on Thursday.

With the win, CHS punched its ticket to its fourth straight championship game.

They are 12-1-5 and will host Watkinson on Saturday in the championship.

It started out as an even contest, as Chase was CHS' only blemish on their 5-0-1 league record.

But it didn't take long for Ranita Muriel to score the first of her three goals, just five minutes into the match.

After a back-and-forth game with the ball stuck in Chase's half of the field, CHS was able to get on the board just before halftime with a goal from Kate Rosselli to make it 2-0.  

Muriel’s two goals in the second half made it 4-0.

Soph Luft was in goal for the shutout.