Milton sophomore Sanna Levine scored the game’s first goal with 28:03 to play and the top-ranked Eagles scored three more times in the final 17 to minutes to beat Northview 4-0 in the Class AAAAA girls soccer championship game on Saturday.
The Eagles’ first soccer title capped a perfect championship day for the north Fulton school, which earlier won titles in boys and girls lacrosse. It also gave Milton six state championships for the 2011-2012 school year, adding to the titles in boys basketball and boys and girls golf.
Northview (13-7-1) was able to keep high-scoring Milton (22-1) off the scoreboard for 52 minutes behind the outstanding play of goalkeeper Taylor Erickson and a defense that routinely kept five, six or more defenders back deep.
But Levine finally broke through, scoring from about 12 yards out off an assist from Kala Faulkner.
That was not good news for Northview, which had allowed just 16 goals all season and had shut out four consecutive playoff opponents, as