BILLINGS – The Billings Skyview girls won a unaccepted crosstown soccer crater Tuesday, outlasting Billings West 1-0 on a cold night during Daylis Stadium.
The Falcons finished 3-0-1 opposite West and Senior during a unchanging season, and Tuesday’s win put them alone in second place in a Eastern AA standings with 3 matches to go.
Skyview scored early in a initial half to take control and kept West out of a net in a firmly contested second half as goalie Skyler Chartier available her third shutout of a season.
The win moves a Falcons to 6-2-1 in conference, while West drops to 3-3-2.
West’s boys duration got early goals in any half to shutout Skyview 2-0 in a early compare Tuesday.
Riley Krueger-Harding tapped in a ideal cranky from Dylan Balsam in a 6th notation to give a Bears a 1-0 lead. Skyview screw Zach Hammler kept a Falcons in it with several large saves via a rest of a half, though Sam Carling dismissed a shot off Hammler’s leg and into a distant dilemma of a net only mins into a second half to double a lead.
West moves to 5-2-1 in a Eastern AA with a win, while Skyview falls to 1-8-0.