Attitude prevails in rematch, Tigers undefeated
The following are American Youth Soccer Association soccer scores from the last week. Scores reflect only those reports turned in by coaches as of Monday afternoon.
Lahontan Golf Club Nine Black Raichus 3 – Blue Lightning 3
Nine Black Raichus raged in their game against Blue Lightning, resulting in a 3-3 tie. Excellent sportsmanship was shown by both teams. Michael McNamara scored our first goal. Nicholas Prodaniuk had excellent offensive kicks. Will Lowder was continually in the “beehive” with many strong offensive moves. Carson Lindsay scored his first goal of the season with a kick that sneaked by team Lightning’s goalie. Alex Hamilton held off goal attempts as goalie. Victor Sanchez showed tremendous control as he dribbled the ball clear downfield, passed to Alex Cramer who then scored. Incredible focus on teamwork by all the players.
Volcanoes 1 – #304 1
An outstanding game of soccer was played both defensively and offensively by both teams. Goalie Justin Alstrand held off the opponents attempts to score. Ramiro Aguilar scored early on an assist by Ryan Fitzpatrick. Yancy Doos, Gary Pate and Jaime Aguilar were excellent offensive players. J.C. Martinez, Ben Gaunt and Victor Diaz held back team #304.
Volcano 3 – #302 2
The boys coached themselves into a 3-2 win. Led by center midfielder Ramiro Aguilar and the goalie Alstrand, the Volcanoes dominated much of the game. Errol Kerr, Gaunt and Pate stopped the opponents shots on goal. Navarro and Corey Dorsey set up strategy for offensive play, enabling Fitzpatrick’s breakaway goal to win the game. Doos and Diaz resisted exhaustion in keeping the ball upfield. The cooperation of all team members produced this victory.
Tahoe Home and Deck Care Aqua Flash – Purple Panthers
Fast moves and great passing resulted in another Aqua Flash win. Stephanie O’Neil, Haley Busby and Elaine Murphy each had scores. Kellie London and Julie Dorsey had some steals while Dane Keith, Jade Bokelund and Tracey Gilmore manned the goal.
Tahoe Home and Deck Care – Nik ‘N’ Willies Bad News Bears
Aqua Flash came on strong for their second win of the season. London, Bokelund and Gilmore prevented many shots on goal while O’Neil, Busby, Dorsey and Murphy scored. Keith had an assist.
Perennial Landscape Blue Ice – Cheetahs
This was a great game and both teams were playing well. The team of Karen Corral, Emily Kieth and Patsey DeGrescenzo were successful in moving the ball down the field and scoring for the Ice.
Perennial Landscape Blue Ice – Green Grasshoppers
The Blue Ice played their best defensive game of the season against the Green Grasshoppers. The game was very evenly matched. Good defense was played by Alyssa Anderson, Keith, Alicia Wilson and Megan Williams. Corral and Keith scored goals.
Tahoe Home and Deck Care Aqua Flash – Firecrackers
Aqua Flash remains undefeated this season. Oneil, Dorsey and Busby each scored goals against the Firecrackers. Midfield steals by London, Kieth and Bokelund helped lead to great passing and offense by Murphy.
The All Star Carpet Care Attitude 0 – The Roses 0
It was a battle of defense to the end. Laurel Barchas played great goalie and defense for the Attitude.
Blue Dolphins 1 – Rocks 0
A last minute shot by Kirstin Milligan propelled the Dolphin record to 7-0 on the season.
The All Star Carpet Care Attitude 4 – Dolphins 1
The second meeting between these teams proved to be as exciting as the first, this time with the Attitude claiming the win.Natalie Milligan came out shooting early, then Leslie Lighthiser and Camille Gannam each capitalized on penalty kicks. Zoe Richards finished with a goal in the fourth. The Attitude defensed remained strong throughout the game, giving up only one goal. Kelly Ward’s excellent goal play deserves merit.
Blues Brothers – White Lightning
Led by Captain David Haskell, the Blues Brothers played an inspired game. Clayton McDonnell scored his first goal of the year and Will Collin showed good skill as the goalkeeper.
Blues Brothers – Silver Streak
Captain Victor Islas scored on a direct kick. Great hustle from the team resulted in near misses by John Manseau and Samuel Soto.
Tahoe Donner Association Roaring Tigers – Bad News Bears
The Roaring Tigers maintained their undefeated season despite great efforts from the Bad News Bears. Tigers’ goals came from Kaitlyn Cocard, Lena DeCresccenzo, Jennifer Cabral and Katie Karbo.
Lebel Roofing Blueberries – Blue Ice
Danika Turner from the Blueberries ran the whole field to score the first goal of the game. Cami Straw scored eight goals for the team. Great passing between the girls. They all played very well. Alex Mezger had a nice assist to Turner for a score.
Law Offices of Tom Archer Mighty Pythons 3 – Blues Brothers 1
A tough, rugged defensive battle raged for three quarters as these two teams entered the fourth quarter in a 1-1 tie. Beau Blanford scored the Pythons only goal. Andrew Pado and Shawn Conway at goal contributed along with the rest of the team to a strong defensive effort. Emmanuel Sarabia took care of the rest of the offense, scoring two goals in the last quarter to lead the Pythons to victory.
Tahoe-Truckee Purple Spice Girls – Orange Cheetahs
The spice girls had great teamwork in the game. Kirsten McNamera scored early and had a great game. Clara De Pew took the ball all the way down the field, helping out her team. Nikki Caravelli kept her eye on the ball and worked with the team to score a goal. Ali Haines was on fire, scoring several times. Katie Churchman did a great job both offensively and defensively, scoring several times. All in all, a great effort by the Spice Girls.
MWA Architects Silver Streaks 4 – Blues Brothers 1
William Prosser had an amazing game, scoring three of the Silver Streaks four goals. Greg Pearson scored the Streaks other goal. Teague Mason, Stevie Carter and Taylor Blanton played aggressive defense. Both teams played hard.
MWA Architects Silver Streaks 4 – Pythons 3
Cody Wicks scored two goals for the Silver Streaks and Dylan Victor contributed the other. Graham MacDonald , Chris Hazlett, Jose Xochihva, Charles Klein and Greg Pearson all played a great game, but the Pythons snaked out with the victory.
Sierra Paint and Chemical Blue Dolphins – Pretty in Pink
Hats off to Danielle Finnick who scored multiple goals and inspired the Dolphins to hustle to the ball. Hanna Casares did a fabulous job as a goalie, making several saves. Melissa Schjelderup showed some smart moves.
Sierra Paint and Chemical Blue Dolphins – Firecrackers
Another great game by Finnick who was aggressive in scoring numerous goals. Alicia Brady and Natalya Jones also made some goals. Abbey Abrahams was the defensive queen for the day. A very evenly matched game for both teams that showed great effort by all.
Trouble 1 – Blue Bruisers 0
With two minutes left in a hard fought game, Mariel Lecuyer received a perfect pass from Morgian Drew and kicked the winning goal in a 1-0 victory over the Blue Bruisers. If it wasn’t for the great defense led by Vanessa Dodds and Laura Lashbrook the game might have been different.
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