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Competition strong in the AYSO

Staff Reports

The following are American Youth Soccer Association soccer scores from the last two weeks. Scores reflect only those reports turned in by coaches as of Monday afternoon.

Truckee Rents Blues Brothers 5 – #405 2

A strong second half performance gave the Blues Brothers their fourth straight victory. Scoring goals for the Blues Brothers were John Waterslackey, Austin Lynch and Andy Dahlen while Javier Espinoza, Jonathan Klein and Scott Horn controlled the game defensively.

Hazerdous Disposal Specialists Geen Machine 4 – Nine Black Raichus 1

Excellent teamwork and effort gave the Green Machine their third straight win. Peter Shelling, Trevor York, and Bryan and Dillon Lynch each scored goals. Strong defense by Nathaniel Miguel and Nathan Rhees added to the victory.

Alex Cramer scored the only goal for the Raichus.

Truckee Diner Yellow Cheetas – Blue Dragons/Orange Cheetas

The Cheetas had a great time playing the Blue Dragons on Friday and the Orange Cheetas on Saturday in the six and under division. All of the players were awesome. What a great way to start the season.

Century Conversion Corp. Blue Bellies 3 – Red Rockets 2

Brendon Driscoll made the first goal assisted by Andy Apolinar during the second quarter. Ikailea Cofer had an excellent goal shot but was stopped by the Rocket goal keeper. Apolinar scored in the third quarter. Ikaika Cofer scored a game-winning angle kick with a minute remaining in the game.

Volcanos 3 – #302 2

Corey Dorsey scored the Volcanos’ first two goals, both assisted by Ryan Fitzpatrick. Ramiro Aguilar scored the winning goal with an assist from Jaime Navarro. Volcano defense was outstanding under the leadership of goalies Justin Alstrand and Juan Martinez. Aaron Browning, Ben Gaunt, Yancey Doos, Victor Diaz and Errol Kerr played an almost flawless game.

The Mountain Forge Red Flames – Flaming Beauties

The Red Flames were red hot. Almost every team member made a goal or more. Mikaela Arnstein scored the first team goal. Nena Dill blocked a goal and scored. Erika Dill had great goal assists. Courtney Pomeroy was awesome at getting the ball back. Chessie Cooley-Reiders kicked the ball really hard. Helen Bansen assisted her team and ran strong. The Red Flames played a greater first game.

Tahoe Donner Assoc. Roaring Tigers – Purple Panthers

Kaitlyn Cocard, Jennifer Cabral and Kara Beckman each scored goals for the Tigers while the defense was led by Katie Karbo and Kennedy Power.

Sierra Paint and Chemical’s Truckee Terrors 2 – #403 6

Leah Baker played awesome defense for the Terrors. Dianna Oropeza and Jessie Schrader scored goals for the Terrors.

Lahontan Golf Club Nine Black Raichus – #616

The first game of the season saw Nine Black Raichus playing fearlessly. Jesus Ramirez promised his dad a hamburger if he scored and, indeed, his dad was treated as Jesus scored in the second quarter. Victor Sanchez scored in the third quarter. A few lost shoes and many cartwheeling tumbles topped off an opening winner for the Nine Black Raichus.

Lahontan Golf Club Nine Black Raichus – #618

Second game of the season and Nine Black Raichus dominated, winning 3-1 with Alex Cramer scoring all three goals. Nicholas Prodaniuk was a very effective first quarter defensive player. Coal Wilford defended the goal in the second quarter against some very aggressive shots. Carson Lindsay passed third assisted a goal. Victor Sanchez nearly scored twice with his aggressive moves. Fine sportsmanship and the loudest cheer coming from Raichus.

The All Star Carpet Care Attitude 0 – #304G 1

Possibly the hardest fought game thus far in the U14G season, the Attitude gave up one goal and was handed its first loss. Outstanding play by each team included awesome defensive play by Camille Gannam and Leslie Lighthiser, while on the opposing team, Olivia Rassuchine and Alex Drew excelled.


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