Girls soccer: CHS to play for HVAL title

Ranita Muriel, Soph Luft and Kate Rosselli will lead CHS in its league final match.
Ranita Muriel, Soph Luft and Kate Rosselli will lead CHS in its league final match.

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.