- D'Evelyn girls' soccer is still in search of its first victory of the season after falling to a pair of 5A Jeffco teams last week.
The Jaguars were beat by Chatfield 2-0 Thursday at Lakewood Memorial Field.
D'Evelyn was not outclassed by its …
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D'Evelyn was not outclassed by its opposition from a higher class but the Jaguars are having problems scoring.
Chatfield sophomore Bree Bezdek scored the Chargers first goal in the second half.
And junior Made Giomona made it a 2-0 game with her goal in the second period that barely beat D'Evelyn sophomore goaltender Courtney Stutheit.
The loss wasn't for lack of effort. The Jaguars had multiple scoring opportunities and peppered two Chatfield goalies for nine total shots in goal. They simply could not convert.
Earlier in the week the Jaguars were beat by Bear Creek 1-0 Monday at Bear Creek High School.
The Bears' single second half goal stood up as the winning goal, and junior goalie Hunter Worthley stopped everything D'Evelyn kicked at her.
D'Evelyn is struggling to replace graduated Madi Hall, who led the team with eight goals last season. The Jaguars have now scored only a single goal in three games this season, a first half goal by Laura Wolff in a 5-1 loss to Valor Christian last Thursday.
The Jaguars finished 9-5-2 last season and their 5-2 4A Jeffco record had them in the mix for a league title up until the last game of the regular season. D'Evelyn finished just behind Green Mountain and Evergreen in 4A Jeffco last season but they finished 2013 on a seven game winning streak which included a playoff win over Weld County.
If the Jaguars want to put themselves back in play for a league title they need to regain their 2013 form before the start of league play in two weeks.
D'Evelyn (0-3) will play Centaurus Tuesday at 4 p.m. at the North Area Athletic Complex.
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