The winning streak is over.
But the unbeaten streak continues.
The Central Valley Christian girls soccer team saw its league winning streak end at 112 games with a 1-1 Central Sequoia League tie against Exeter on Friday night.
"It is a really cool record and I'm proud of it for the school and the seasons it has been going," CVC coach Jacob De Groot said. "At this point, it has almost become distracting because all the girls asked me about it after the game. We came back from a 1-0 deficit against a really good team and I want to be proud of that."
The Cavaliers were trailing 1-0 when Nicole Bouvia knocked in a penalty kick in the 72nd minute.
Goalkeeper Emily Whyte finished with four saves as the Cavaliers improved to 3-0-1 and 6-7-3.
"It was a heck of match. It was a lot of fun," De Groot said. "I wouldn't say we dominated, but we outshot Exeter. We just didn't finish well. We have to do a better job of that."
The Cavaliers will look to bounce back when they play Kingsburg on Tuesday.
"All records and streaks do come to an end. I'm not looking forward to it, but it will be OK," De Groot said. "I'm going to take the same approach and take it one game at a time. It won't get any easier with Kingsburg on Tuesday."
Exeter scored in the 29th minute on a goal by Irene Moreno.
Goalkeeper Cara Bryant kept busy, finishing with nine saves.
"We were really happy to get through this week with a win and a tie," Exeter coach Darin Lasky said. "It was a good result for us."
Redwood 4, Hanford 0: The Rangers avenged their only West Yosemite League loss by defeating the Bullpups.
Maddy Messier led the way with three goals, and Brittany Ontiveros added the team's fourth goal.
Goalkeeper Caitlin Owens needed just three saves for the shut out.
The Rangers improved to 6-1 in league.
Golden West 1, Mt. Whitney 0: Jennifer Saavedra scored in stoppage time and the Trailblazers knocked off the Pioneers in a West Yosemite League match.
Well past the 80th minute, Saavedra received a cross from Amanda Hernandez and knocked in the game-winning goal.
Goalkeepers Amanda Nuckols and Megan Robaina combined for six saves to preserve the shut out for Golden West, which improved to 2-5 in league.
Lindsay 8, Granite Hills 0: Jannely Rangel scored three more goals and the Cardinals defeated the Grizzlies in an East Sequoia League game.
Kayla Camargo and Carina Morales each scored two goals, and Daisy Rodriguez added one goal as the Cardinals improved to 3-1 in league and 7-10 overall.
Exeter 1, CVC 0: Dustin Perez scored on an assist from Ruben Garcia and the Monarchs defeated the Cavaliers for their first Central Sequoia League victory of the year.
The Monarchs were led defensively by Juan Castillo and John Grimes as they completed the shut out.
Redwood 1, Hanford 0: Joseph Blanks scored in overtime and the Rangers defeated the Bullpups in a West Yosemite League game.
Goalkeeper Zach Kirkish had six saves in the shut out as the Rangers improved to 3-4 in league and 6-12 overall.
Farmersville 2, Orosi 1: In the 77th minute, Johnny Cervantes scored on a header on a cross from Pedro Berber and the Aztecs defeated the Cardinals in an East Sierra League game.
Orosi tied the game in the 74th minute on a penalty kick, but the Aztecs answered three minutes later with the game-winner.
Freddy Vazquez scored in the 50th minute on a one-on-one with the goalkeeper for the Aztecs.
The Aztecs improved to 3-0 in the league play and 14-3-2 overall.
The win marked the end of a busy week for the Aztecs in which they went 2-0-1. They tied Lindsay 0-0 on Thursday and defeated McFarland on Tuesday.
"Orosi is a fantastic team," Farmersville coach Michael Jordan said. "They are incredible. We did everything we could to battle. I am so proud of my team because that team is outstanding."
Mt.Whitney 70, Hanford 63: The Pioneers remained just a game out of first place with a West Yosemite League win over the Bullpups at Mt. Whitney.
Dannon Frigulti scored 13 of his game-high 23 points in the fourth quarter to ignite a Pioneer comeback. Hanford was up 53-44 going into the fourth quarter. Mt. Whitney was 14-of-20 from the free-throw line in the final period. Turner Nelson had 22 points, including six in the fourth quarter.
Mt. Whitney (9-8, 3-2) can claim a share of first place with a win over Redwood (10-7, 3-2) on Tuesday at Redwood. Game time is 7 p.m.
"This is kind of what we set out to do, to compete for a league championship. And now we are in that position," Mt. Whitney coach Bob Aguilar said.
CVC 54, Exeter 51: The Cavaliers topped the Monarchs in a CSL game in Exeter.
Josh Payne had a game-high 21 points for CVC (7-11, 1-1). The Cavaliers had four other players with at least five points.
Caleb Harden had 13 points for Exeter (13-4, 0-2).
Farmersville 49, McFarland 37: Jose Del Real scored 24 points and the Aztecs defeated the Cougars in an East Sierra League game.
Cody Hall added 11 points for the Aztecs (10-7, 2-0).
Exeter 52, CVC 38: Amber Atkinson scored 11 points and the Monarchs (11-7, 1-1) defeated the Cavaliers in a Central Sequoia League game.
Kristin Stone scored 11 points to lead CVC (5-9, 0-2).