Katerina Garcia scored twice and assisted another as the Durango High School girls soccer team beat Rampart 3-0 on the road Saturday.Bekah Keil tallied the Demons' first goal. Kelly Fuge and Kelsey McLean added assists on the play.
Kallie Morris recorded six saves in the first 50 minutes, with Abby Surmeier finishing off the shutout with three.
"The girls played really well," said DHS head coach Aaron Eldridge, who said the Demons (2-3) were disappointed with Friday night's 3-0 loss on a cold night at Coronado High School.
"We just couldn't finish," Eldridge said.
"We outshot them 19-9."
The Demons won one and lost two at the Green Mountain Tournament the week before. The first eight games for DHS come on the road.
"It's good for us to get a couple of wins on the Front Range," Eldridge said of his team's start to the season. "I just thought we could get a couple more."
Eldridge said he feels good heading into Southwestern League play, in which Durango has gone undefeated the last two seasons.
The Demons travel to face Montezuma-Cortez at 5 p.m. Tuesday.