OVERTIME: A losing night on The Ridge - Tucson News Now

OVERTIME: A losing night on The Ridge

Jorge Carrasco led the Chargers to their 19th win of the season. Jorge Carrasco led the Chargers to their 19th win of the season.
TUCSON, AZ (Tucson News Now) -

The big home night facing ranked opponents did not end the way Ironwood Ridge had hoped.

The 3rd ranked girls soccer team scored three goals against #1 and four-time defending state champion Catalina Foothills, the most the Falcons have allowed all season. But even that wasn't enough.

Catalina Foothills (17-1-2) blitzed the home team with four first half goals and held off The Ridge 5-3.

The victory was the second this season for the Falcons  over the Nighthawks (13-4-1) who they beat 4-0 early in the season at the Brandon Bean Classic.

Catalina Foothills is attempting to win a fifth state championship in a row. They have won the Division II title in both years of its existence (2012 and 2013) and won the final two Class 4A Division I championships (2010 and 2011).

Meanwhile in the Nighthawks gymnasium, #10 Cholla's Jorge Carrasco scored 23 points as the Chargers took control in the third quarter and held off 14th ranked Ironwood Ridge 50-47.

The diminutive point guard continually drove the hole aggressively taking on the Hawks big men inside.

Senior captain Luis Rodriguez added 17 points as the Chargers (19-4) avenged an early season loss to Ironwood Ridge at the Salpointe Tipoff Classic.

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