October 13, 2017

Ridgeview girls soccer defeats No. 3 Bend 3-1 to set up showdown with Summit

Aspen Jeter scored two first half goals to lead the Ridgeview girls soccer team (5-1 Intermountain Conference, 10-1 overall) to a 3-1 victory against Bend Thursday evening. The senior night win, played at the Ravens' football stadium, sets up an Oct. 17 showdown at No. 4 Summit, which is tied with No. 3 Ridgeview for first place in league play.

Jordyn Buresh scored the first goal for the Ravens, who completed the season sweep of Bend, which was ranked No. 3 going into the match.

Ridgeview's Cassidy Nelson kicks the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 3-1 victory against Bend on Oct. 12. The win set up an Oct. 17 showdown with Summit, likely for the Intermountain Conference title. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Saylor Goodwin battles Bend's Brooke Jolma for the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 3-1 victory against Bend on Oct. 12. The win gave No. 3 Ridgeview a season sweep of the No. 5 Lava Bears. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Sierra Cassaro fights off a Bend player during the first half of the Ravens' 3-1 victory on Oct. 12. The senior night victory was played at Ridgeview's football stadium. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Mackenzie Stadler dribbles the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 3-1 victory against Bend on Oct. 12. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview girls soccer players celebrate Aspen Jeter's second goal of the match late in the first half of their 3-1 victory against Bend on Oct. 12. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Aspen Jeter moves the ball up the pitch in the first half of the Ravens' 3-1 victory against Bend on Oct. 12. The senior scored two goals in her final regular-season home match. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Aspen Jeter moves the ball up the pitch in the first half of the Ravens' 3-1 victory against Bend on Oct. 12. The senior scored two goals in her final regular-season home match. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

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