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The BCHS girls soccer team high-five's the losing Strathmore team.

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The Bakersfield Christian girls soccer team enjoys a victory over Strathmore.

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The Bakersfield Christian girls soccer team gets emotional over their win against Strathmore.

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Soccer player Hannah Rehkopf takes pictures with fans, friends and family after she and her teammates win over the Strathmore Spartans.

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Both the Bakersfield Christian girls soccer team and the Strathmore Spartans team meet in prayer after the game.

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Soccer player Hannah Rehkopf hugs a fan after her and her teammates win over the Strathmore Spartans.

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Bakersfield Christian High School's Eszter Toth goes up with a Strathmore opponent attempting to head the ball.

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Bakersfield Christian girls soccer enjoys a victory over Strathmore.

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Bakersfield Christian's Arianna Castillo tries to head the ball against a Strathmore opponent.

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Halli McFee gets to the ball before a Strathmore opponent.

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Halli McFee takes one on the chin for the team in the game against Strathmore.

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Hannah Rehkopf of Bakersfield Christian outmanuevers her Strathmore opponent in the soccer playoffs.

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Bakersfield Christian's Raegan Staib keeps the ball away from Strathmore's Taylor Alkire during the playoffs

Bakersfield Christian junior Hannah Rehkopf scored her 76th goal of the season, extending her Central Section record and leading the top-seeded Eagles to a 1-0 victory over No. 4 Strathmore in the Division IV semifinals at BCHS on Wednesday.

The Eagles (25-3) host No. 3 seed Tulare-Mission Oak on Friday for the D-IV championship.

Rehkopf scored in the first half off an assist from Madison Jordan. The Eagles out-shot the Spartans (18-9-3) 9-4.

Division IV

Tulare-Mission Oak 5, Foothill 2

The seventh-seeded Trojans surrendered five first-half goals to the No. 3 Hawks and bowed out in the Division IV semifinals.

Foothill (17-11-1), one of four Southeast Yosemite League teams in action Wednesday, had upset No. 2 seed Kingsburg 3-0 in last week's quarterfinals but were unable to continue their upstart run.

Mission Oak (17-5-1) travels to Bakersfield Christian for the D-IV final Friday.

Division V

Fowler 5, Kern Valley 4

Felicity Rodriguez scored a hat trick and Jessica Dondlinger had two goals for the Redcats (19-7-1), who advance to play top seed Tollhouse-Sierra, which beat Washington Union 1-0.

No. 6 seed Kern Valley (10-11-2) came up just short in a wild game that was 2-2 at halftime. Fowler scored the next two goal, but Kern Valley answered to cut the lead to 4-3, only to have Rodriguez's third goal make it 5-3 with 13 minutes remaining.

Taylor Tito scored in the final minutes to bring the Broncs within a goal again.