Notre Dame Prep girls win Division II soccer championship

The Scottsdale Notre Dame Preparatory girls soccer team. (Submitted photo)

The Scottsdale Notre Dame Preparatory girls soccer team. (Submitted photo)

The Scottsdale Notre Dame Preparatory girls soccer team won the Division II state championship title on Feb. 14 by winning 4-2 in a shootout against Gilbert Campo Verde High School.

After 110 minutes of scoreless play, the teams lined up for the penalty kick shootout where NDP goalie Meredith Reinhardt saved six shots for the Saints, according to a press release.

Her teammate Taylor Culver kicked in the fourth and final goal to seal the championship for NDP, who finishes the season 16-0-6.

This is the Saints second girls soccer title and their first since 2009, the release states.

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