Navarro’s nationally-ranked women’s soccer team just keeps rolling along and just keeps shutting down opponents.
The Bulldogs have bounced back from a tough loss in Tyler, where they lost on a free kick to the No. 2 team in the nation in a 3-2 game that — like the call on the free kick — could have gone either way.
Alicia Wilson’s Bulldogs won their second in a row since the Tyler game, and picked up their eighth victory in the last nine games with a 1-0 win over Blinn Tuesday at home at the Roark Montgomery Soccer Complex, where goalkeeper Grace Staunton and a stingy Navarro defense nailed down the team’s eighth shutout this season.
Tateyanna Pitter had two big games in those back-to-back victories.
She scored at the 6:17 mark in the first half Tuesday against Blinn, and scored a goal and handed out two assist in the romp over Cisco.
Pitter’s goal was enough to get the win in a game the Bulldogs dominated. They took 26 shots to Blinn’s eight.
The win gives No. 10-ranked Navarro a 6-1 record in the conference and an 8-3 slate for the season that started with 18 new players.
Navarro defeated Cisco 7-0 on the road Friday.
Annalise Rangel scored with an assists from Briana Garza, Nicole Olaya scored with an assist by Laura Jansa
Samantha Moran got an assist from Krystyn Hale for a 3-0 lead and Jansa scored with an assist from Oyala to make it 4-0 at halftime.
Pitter opened the second half with an unassisted goal and then handed out an assist as Olaya scored her second goal of the day to make it 6-0.
Pitter wasn’t finished.
She had her second assist of the second half on Roneisha Frank’s goal that closed out the scoring.
Pitter now has eight assists and three goals this season and is second on the team with 14 points, behind Olaya, who has seven goals and an assist.