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Class A No. 6 Lincoln Southwest dominated city rival Lincoln North Star 7-0 on Tuesday in boys soccer. Isaiah Shaddick netted three goals for the Silver Hawks, while Luke Monson recorded two assists.

Southwest goalkeepers Dylan Tridle and Ladd Kutilek combined to shut out the Navigators.

The Silver Hawks (9-2) have won four straight and eight of their last nine. North Star (1-10) has lost five straight and been outscored 13-0 in its last two matches.

GIRLS SOCCER

Omaha Mercy 1, Lincoln Pius X 0: Elizabeth Rosenthal scored the only goal of the game to give Omaha Mercy the win over Pius X at Creighton's Morrison Stadium in the Clash of the Classes Tournament. Lincoln Pius X will face Omaha Burke at 5:30 p.m. and Omaha Mercy plays Omaha Marian at 7:30 p.m. as the tournament continues Wednesday.

Lincoln North Star 2, Elkhorn 1: Isa Cisneros picked up the shutout and Kate Jones and Kamrin Feely provided the offense with a goal each to help the Navigators in a consolation game at the Millard South Invitational. Papillion-La Vista captured the title for the second year in a row.

BASEBALL

Millard South 11, Lincoln Southeast 0, 5 inn.: Jayden Payne threw five innings of shutout ball for Class A No. 5 Millard South. Jayden Folkers and Noah Greise led the Patriot attack with a homer apiece.

GIRLS TENNIS

Lincoln Southwest 9, Lincoln Northeast 0: Silver Hawk freshman Grace Bartolome picked up an 8-1 victory at No. 3 singles over Northeast senior Erica Trambly, and then added a No. 1 doubles win while teaming up with Allie Haggar. The Silver Hawks rolled in doubles competition, dropping just three sets in the three matches. Bartolome and Haggar earned an 8-0 victory at No. 1 doubles, while Ella Dean and Meg Hove did the same at No. 2. Ella Ford and Kate Swan picked up the third doubles victory with an 8-3 win at No. 3. 

TRACK

Wisner-Pilger InvitationalLogan Page was the lone Patriot to win an event for Parkview Christian. Page won the high jump (5 feet, 10 inches), the long jump (20-2½) and the triple jump (43-0). Josh Platter picked up a second-place finish in the long jump and third in the high jump.

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