Mountain Vista moved to 12-0 this week and will remain CHSAA’s Class 5A No. 1 team heading into the final week of the regular season.

Adams City also moved to 12-0, but will need to finish strong to stay in the 5A playoff picture.

In this week’s look-in on girls soccer, let’s dive into the longest winning streaks from each classification and what it means for the postseason, which starts May 7.

Class 5A

No. 1 Mountain Vista (Win Streak: 12): With two games left in their regular season, the Golden Eagles (12-0) can go a long way in cementing the No. 1 seed in the upcoming 5A postseason with a favorable result against No. 2 Rock Canyon on Monday.

On Thursday, senior Lily Boydstun and junior Laney Erickson scored in a 2-1 win over No. 9 Castle View (6-3-1).

For Boydstun, it was her team-leading 8th goal of the season. Erickson leads the team with 20 points (seven goals, six assists).

No. 23 Adams City (Win Streak: 12): The Eagles (12-0) don’t have a strong enough schedule to move up the rankings much more than where they are at — even with three games remaining.

But they can make a run at the program’s most wins in a season in at least 15 years.

Left on their regular season schedule: 4A No. 57 Thornton on Friday, 3A No. 48 Alameda on Tuesday and 4A No. 26 Gateway on May 2. They’ve already beaten all three of them this spring.

This season, freshman Hilary Delgado has led the way with 18 goals for the Eagles, who have outscored teams 70-3.

Class 4A

No. 4 Windsor (Win Streak: 6): The Wizards (8-3-1) wrapped up the 5A/4A Northern Colorado Athletics Conference on Wednesday, beating No. 36 Centaurus 4-2.

The win was Windsor’s 97th straight inside league, which also just included beating former 4A No. 1 Mead on Monday, behind freshman Tatum Gentry’s second-half goal.

The Wizards are home against No. 47 Mountain View on Saturday.

No. 3 Northfield (Win Streak: 6): The Nighthawks (12-0-1) have been dominant as they’ll soon look to make a run at their program’s second title after winning it all in 2022.

They have outscored teams 74-2 this season, touting at least 19 different players with goals.

They are home against 5A No. 29 Denver South on Wednesday and finish at No. 12 Denver East on Friday.

Class 3A

No. 5 Delta (Win Streak: 10): The Panthers (12-1) are led by 3A’s leading scorer Jessie Black, who has 33 of her team’s 71 goals this spring.

The junior — who also has the most points in class at 74 — came into Thursday’s game against No. 10 Roaring Fork with at least two goals in four straight games. Stats were not immediately available after their 2-0 win against the Rams.

The Panthers are at No. 60 Moffat County on Tuesday.

No. 1 Colorado Academy (Win Streak: 10): The Mustangs (10-0) have scored 51 goals this spring, 22 of them coming in the last three games.

Celina Frenz scored her team-leading 14th goal in a 10-0 win over No. 40 The Academy on Thursday, wrapping up the 3A/2A Metro League title.

They host 5A No. 36 Lakewood Monday then are at No. 9 St. Mary’s Academy on Tuesday.

Class 2A

No. 8 Bruce Randolph (Win Streak: 12): The Grizzlies (12-0) have 101 goals this season, 12 more than any other team in the state.

Senior Jaqueline Oropeza leads the state with 81 points and 34 goals. She’s scored in nine of the team’s 12 games and has five goals in three of them.

The Grizzlies were scheduled to play 3A No. 45 Denver West on Thursday but no score was reported.

No. 1 Denver Christian (Win Streak: 7): The Thunder (10-0-1) had one of their more impressive wins of the season on Thursday, scoring four unanswered goals in the second half to beat No. 6 Dawson 6-1.

Without a senior on their varsity roster, per MaxPreps, the Thunder are looking to get back to the title game for the first time since their three-year run to the finals from 2017-2019, when they won it all twice.

Freshman Lyla Scullion came into Thursday with a team-most 23 goals on the season.

They host No. 18 Telluride on Saturday.