The Fort Osage girls soccer team completed a sweep of the Suburban Middle Seven Conference.
Goalkeeper Brooklynn Hendrix and the defense recorded a single-season school-record 14th shutout in a 9-0 rout of host Raytown Thursday at Ted Chittwood Stadium.
Fort Osage finished the regular season at 12-0 in the Middle Seven and 19-1 overall.
“These girls have worked hard to accomplish these goals and we look to continue working hard next week at districts,” Fort Osage coach Michael Brown said.
Aliyah Ayala scored four goals to give her 58 for the regular season. Megan Lyon added a hat trick and Ishbel Wilson and Sophie Smith contributed one each.
Fort Osage will host the Class 4 District 14 Tournament as the top seed and will face Truman in the semifinals at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday.
PLATTE COUNTY 2, GRAIN VALLEY 0: Grain Valley had trouble finishing Thursday and it resulted in a shutout loss to host Platte County in the regular season finale Thursday in Platte City.
Platte County (13-8) scored two second-half goals – in the 51st and 80th minutes – as the Eagles dropped to 11-9 overall and finished 7-5 in their inaugural season in the Suburban Middle Seven.
“Tonight was one of those nights where I thought we were the better team for large portions of the game,” Grain Valley coach Tyler Nichol said of his team, which lost despite outshooting the Pirates 10-5 on goal. “Happy with our passing and off-ball movement tonight. We have to figure out a way to find the back of the net against good teams. Our focus now shifts to postseason. Far from the best record we’ve had in recent memory but we strongly believe we have a group that could make a playoff run.”
The Eagles take the top seed into next week’s Class 3 District 15 Tournament at Van Horn High School. They meet Winnetonka in the semifinals at 5:30 p.m. Monday.