The Halifax West girls’ soccer team capped off an undefeated season with one final win.

Halifax West defeated Riverview 5-0 Saturday afternoon at the Mainland Common.

“We knew (Riverview was) going to come out strong,” said Halifax West head coach Roy Snook. “Our girls were phenomenal . . . It was awesome.”

Including the regular season, playoffs and tournaments the team is 20-0.

Either Riverview or Halifax West have won the provincial high school girl’s soccer championship for the past eight years.

Riverview won the provincial title in a shootout against Halifax West last year.

“I don’t know if we can call it redemption,” said Snook. “We played them really hard last year. We didn’t get the bounces last year. We got the bounces this year.”

The teams battled back-and-forth for much of the first half until Halifax West broke the seal in the final moments of the first frame.

From there, the floodgates opened for Halifax West as they would pot four goals in the second half to secure the win.

“In the first half of the game we started playing really good and they started to die down a little bit but at the end of the game we started to play very well,” said Jayden Boudreau, who scored three goals in the game.

“(Scoring three goals) makes me feel good about myself, definitely,” she said. “Especially because I’m only in Grade 11.”

Claire MacDougall and Hanna Dorie had the other two goals for Halifax West.

Earlier in the day, Citadel captured the Division I bronze medal with a 4-0 win over King’s-Edgehill with goals from Nia Kakamousias (2), Annie Kakamousias and Maureen O’ Brien.

Division II girls soccer saw New Germany come away with the gold medal after a 3-2 overtime win over Northeast Kings Education Centre.

Mackenzie Kelly, Lauren Seamone and Emily Porter scored for New Germany while Emme Clarke and Alisha Jones netted goals for Northeast Kings.

Central Kings is taking home the Division II bronze medal after taking down Carrefour 7-0.

Taylor Guest (2), Sophie Walsh (2), Victoria Ensrink, Cassidy Coombs and Emma Hatchie came up with the goals for Central Kings.

The gold medal in the third division went to Pictou Academy with a 1-0 shoot out win over Cape Breton Highlands Education Centre.

The bronze medal went to Oxford with a 3-2 win over East Antigonish.

Taylor Mattinson, Brianna Warwick and Bethany Warwick scored for Oxford while Meg Wood and Alessia Missiaggia scored for East Antigonish.