HERSHEY — The Cinderella story for Southern Columbia’s girls soccer team comes to a close today, but the Tigers will have the opportunity to write their own ending when they take the field at 11 a.m. for the Class 1A state title game.

Once a No. 8 seed who had to travel to take on an undefeated Benton squad in the opening round of district playoffs, the Tigers (14-9) have been rolling, winning seven straight games with their last four coming by a combined score of 21-2.

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