The Cleveland High School girls soccer team, showing excellent defense here in the first half as senior defender Rylie Pengelly (18) thwarts a Sandia possession, chalked up its fourth consecutive shutout Friday evening, defeating Sandia 3-0 at Lightning Bolt Stadium. Arissa C’De Baca and Pengelly, on a penalty kick, gave the No. 1 Storm (20-1) a 2-0 lead by halftime; C’de Baca notched the game’s final tally. No. 4 Eldorado (16-4), which beat the Storm in the 5A championship game last November, visits Cleveland Wednesday at 5:30 p.m., with the winner heading to the state championship game next Saturday, Nov. 11,  at 3 p.m. at UNM’s soccer field. By the way, Friday’s win was coach Greg Rusk’s 150th with the Storm.