The Campolindo soccer teams dominated their rivalry with Miramonte Wednesday night, as the girls won at home, 5-0, and the Campolindo boys won at Miramonte, 3-0.
The win by the Campolindo girls ensured they would remain in first place in the DFAL at the halfway point. They are 5-0-1, while second place Dublin is 5-1-0 (their loss coming to Campolindo).
The Campolindo boys sit in second in the DFAL with a record of 4-1-1 behind Acalanes who is 5-0-1. The two teams tied earlier this season. The Miramonte boys sit in fourth place.
While the Miramonte and Acalanes girls teams are unlikely to catch up to compete for the league title, both teams are competing for spots in the NCS playoffs. The Matadors are currently fourth in the DFAL, and the Dons are fifth.