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SANTA FE — You can’t predict the weather, but the District 2AAAA girls soccer race is pretty much a foregone conclusion.
Had everything gone according to schedule, the Los Alamos Hilltoppers would have been celebrating their fourth-straight district title with Tuesday’s 10-0 romp of the Capital Jaguars.
Instead, due to inclement weather that postponed its match against Española Valley Saturday, Los Alamos will have to postpone the celebration at least until Thursday. Española Valley, the weakest team in the weakest district in the state, wasn’t expected to do much more than be another quick victim for the Hilltoppers, who have won 29 straight district contests spanning back to 2005.
Los Alamos upped its district mark to 5-0 with its thrashing of Capital Tuesday at Jaguar Field and is now just one win away from clinching another 2AAAA title. With Tuesday’s win — in the first game of a district doubleheader with the Hilltopper boys beating the Jaguars in the nightcap — Los Alamos has outscored its 2AAAA opponents by a combined 48-0. In none of Los Alamos’ five district wins have its opponents even sniffed a goal.
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