Nikes and Streaks winners this week
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.
Berry-Hinkley Industries Silver Lightning 1 – Lightning 3
Despite having four sick players the Silver Lightning played a hard fought game. Silver Lightning scored on a penalty kick by Katie Dill
Totally Board Snowboarding Geckos 0 – Silver Streaks 1
Both teams battled on both side of the field. In the first quarter, Gecko goalie Will Akers made a superb save. Roberto Magana nearly scored, but sailed the ball over the net. Sawyer Stratton and Will Akers both had headers. Akers’ second quarter header saved a goal. A penalty kick in the fourth quarter was the game’s only score.
Truckee Sunrise Rotary White Lightning 5 – Green Geckos 2
Ryan Joy, Ryan Hungerford and Scott Kelly each scored a single goal with Tommy Nichols blasting in two scores for the White Lightning. Guarding the goal against the Geckos was Kelly, Marshall Harvey and Kevin Coloie. Helping on the front line were Ethan Phelps, Aric Deardorff and Bryce Padellford. Sheridan Stegner and Jeffrey Worcester contributed to the White Lightnings’ defense.
The Mountain Forge Red Flames – Spice Girls
The Red Flames played a great game. Helen Bansen blocked two goals. Chessie Cooley-Rieders scored twice. Netna Dill and Mikaela Arnstein stole the ball many times and ran hard. Courtney Pomeroy also played good defense. Erika Dill was missed due to a cold, be the whole team looks to be “red hot” for their upcoming last game.
The Mountain Forge Red Flames – Blueberries
Mikaela Arnstein, Helen Bansen, Courtney Pomeroy and Chessie Cooley-Rieders all played tough. Colley-Reiders was certainly the star of the game.
Tahoe-Donner Assoc. Roaring Tigers – Firecrackers
A last minute goal propelled the Firecrackers past the Roaring Tigers. The Tigers had goals from Lena DeCrescenzo, Katie Karbo and Kara Beckman. It was an exciting game with all the players making contributions.
The Law Office of Brent P. Collinson Purple Dragons – Cheetahs
Ethan Manseau had two goals for the Purple Dragons. Andrew McKechnie displayed great team work with assists on both offense and defense. Sawyer Ballistrer had great defensive stops and multiple attempts at goal for the Dragons and Travis Ferre had a nice assist at the goal.
The Law office of Brent P. Collinson Purple Dragons – Grey Sharks
Manseau served again as the Dragons offensive overlord, scoring multiple goals against the Sharks. Ferre added a goal and Gunner Potter scored a goal in the third quarter. Ballister played well defensively while McKehnie had many assists.
Truckee Rotary Green Nikes 2 – Airheads 1
The Airheads scored their first and only goal in the first quarter, taking a 1-0 lead.
Michael Silva and Orlando Virrey were a great duo as forwards and the backup midfielder, Cole Froelich, completed a threesome that combined for the Nikes’ first score. The goal was the result of a pass to Silva, who passed to Froelich who kicked to Virrey, who shot it past the Airhead goalie. Virrey also scored the game winning goal for the Nikes.
Shane Colin played was the Green Nikes goalie. Sean Vincent did some wonderful headers and even made a power play with his stomach. Nathan McKinney and Daniel Iniguez displayed a host of talent and speed.
Tahoe-Truckee Supply Purple Spice Girls – Purple Penguins
Nikki Caravelli, Ali Maines, Katio Churchman, Kristen McNamara and Clare De Pew all had a great game this past Saturday, showing lots of teamwork. Caravelli, Maines and Churchman each scored goals and there were many close calls by the others. McNamara and De Pew made some great kicks, really helping out their team.
Berry-Hinckley Ind. Silver Lightning 1 – Dolphins 5
Though playing hard, the Silver Lightning gave up five goals to the Dolphins. The Lightning’s only goal was scored by Mariah Worcester during the second quarter.
Berry-Hinckley Ind. White Lightning 0 – White Bandits 2
Silver Lightning played a hard game against the Bandits despite missing four key players. Lauren O’Neal scored the Bandits’ second goal.
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