Class A girls’ football: Kurt scores two goals – one from the deep sea – to lead Southwest over East against City | High School Football

Welcome to Episode 29 of The Lincoln Journal Star’s Prep Extra Podcast.

Omaha – Lincoln’s entire first round game of the Class I girls’ state football championship went to Lincoln Southwest.

No. 4 Silver Hawks scored twice in the second half to defeat No. 5 Lincoln East 3-0 on Monday at Morrison Stadium.

Southwest last reached the state semifinals in 2018.

Silver Hawks will play seeded Gretna 1 in the semi-finals on Friday at 12 noon

The Southwest also beat the East during the regular season, 1-0.

Southwest advances in shots 12-8.

Southwest scored on 28y Minutes from the game, the sixth goal for Charlie Court this season. It was a long shot from about 30 yards that floated high into the far corner of the goal.

The Silver Hawks made it 2-0 about 26 minutes before the break, scored by Junior Gillian Lin. She was able to move through the defense without pulling the ball and scored in a shot from about 15 yards.

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With 18 minutes to go, Kurt scored again from the penalty spot to make the score 3-0.

Gretna 2, South Elkhorn 1: Top seed Gretna survived the fear to advance in the State Women’s Class One Football Championship with an overtime win over 8th seed Elcorn South in the first round on Monday.

The Dragons scored the winning goal three minutes into 20-minute overtime. London Devine scored the winning goal with a penalty kick after Elcorn South received a penalty kick in his hand.

Our shots dominated 20-4.

Gretna scored just 10 minutes into the match when Aiden Pullman scored from a long shot, achieving only her fourth goal this season.

Elkhorn South tied the match 1-1 about 10 minutes into the second half with a penalty kick from Addy Gleckler.

Defending champion Gretna has won 40 of 41 matches over two seasons.

Check back for updates to this story and more photos from the match

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