The girls soccer program at Holy Family High School has found its footing after a 1-4 start to the spring season.

Bidding for a league crown (that’s right) is up next.

The Tigers won their fourth straight game Monday, beating Centaurus 4-1 behind a goal and two assists from freshman Makaelia Giron.

Over the past week, the 2021 state champs have wins over Greeley West, No. 3 Mead, 2022 quarterfinals Air Academy and the Warriors. Only them and last year’s 4A runner-up Windsor remain undefeated in the 5A/4A/3A Northern Colorado Athletic Conference. The two will meet May 3 with the crown possibly on the line.

“We didn’t start off at a great pace,” Giron told Monday. “Now that we are working as a team and working together, I feel like we are playing better with each other, and everyone is comfortable. I believe that we can win a state championship.”

In this week’s look at girls soccer, let’s focus on a couple league races in each classification. The regular season ends May 6.

Class 5A

Front Range League: Class 5A No. 1 Broomfield and No. 9 Legacy are undefeated in the FRL South. No. 2 Fossil Ridge is a game ahead of Fort Collins in the North.

The winners on each side of the league will face each other for the crown next week.

The Eagles (10-0, 5-0) are at the Lightning (8-1-1, 5-0) Thursday, pinning the stringiest club in the league against the hottest goal scorer in Legacy’s Kendall Rippley.

Broomfield has allowed just three goals in 10 games. Rippley, last year’s 5A goals champ, has scored 18 of 19 goals of the season over her last six games.

The Lambkins (7-4, 4-1) are also at the Sabercats (10-0, 5-0) Thursday. Kiley Ballek leads the FRL North with 14 goals and 13 assists.

5A/4A Centennial League: No. 4 Arapahoe (7-3-1, 4-0) is getting pretty close to wrapping up the league title as it is two games in the loss column ahead of the rest of the field.

The Warriors beat Cherokee Trail 2-1 behind a pair of assists from Bella Lopez last week, then got an overtime winner from Neve Borgerding in a 1-0 victory against Mullen Thursday.

Arapahoe is home against Overland on Tuesday and Cherry Creek Wednesday.

Class 4A

5A/4A/3A Northern Colorado Athletic Conference: Windsor (6-4-1, 4-0) hasn’t lost a game inside league since 2009, per MaxPreps.

The Wizards are tied with Holy Family (5-4, 3-0) atop the standings with less than two weeks left in the regular season. Goalkeeper Leah Bacon recorded three consecutive shutouts entering the week for last year’s 4A runner-up.

Windsor is at Holy Family May 3.

Jefferson County: No. 2 Dakota Ridge is currently a game ahead of No. 4 Green Mountain (9-3, 4-1) and D’Evelyn (5-6, 4-1) in the league standings.

Keeper Kassidy Spencer has allowed only six goals in 725 minutes in net for the Eagles, who beat Green Mountain last week and are at D’Evelyn next Monday.

Alyssa Hamilton of Green Mountain leads the league with 31 points, totaling 11 goals and nine assists.

Class 3A

3A/2A Metro League: No. 1 Colorado Academy (6-2, 5-0) leads No. 2 Jefferson Academy (9-2, 5-1) and No. 5 Prospect Ridge Academy (8-3, 4-1) by a game in the standings.

The Mustangs beat the Jaguars in double overtime earlier in the month and host PRA later today.

Kateri Trujillo of PRA leads the league with 16 goals. Allie Jo Kirkpatrick of JA leads in assists with 17.

Western Slope: No. 3 Vail Mountain (7-0, 3-0) and No. 7 Delta (10-1, 3-0) are tied in the standings and will face each other May 4 with the league crown likely on the line.

Stella Stone has seven goals and five assists for the Gore Ranges. Julia Nelson has given up eight goals while recording 102 saves in net for the Panthers.

Class 2A

Tri-Peaks: No. 5 Colorado Springs Christian School (7-4, 5-0) has a sizeable lead in the league standings thanks in part to Olivia Bakers’ league-leading 27 points.

The next closest to CSCS is No. 10 Buena Vista (5-3, 2-0), which has played three fewer games inside the league. The Demons are at the Lions May 2.

Mile High East: No. 1 SkyView Academy (9-0, 4-0) is in the league driver’s seat thanks to 3-2 win over Denver Christian (9-1-1, 4-1) on April 13.

The Hawks have outscored teams 53-3 this spring.

Meanwhile, Nerea Geng leads DC and the league with 22 goals.