White Lightning strikes thrice in under 10 league
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.
Sitkoff-O’Neil Accountancy Blue Bruisers 4 – Incline Village 2
Alexandra O’Neil scored two goals for the Bruisers with Vanessa Blout and Jamie McDonald each scoring once.
Century Conversion Corp. Blue Bellies 3 – White Lightning 3
In the first quarter White Lightning scored a goal despite aggressive defense by Alex Leslie as goalie.
The Blue Bellies retaliated in the second quarter with two goals from Andy Apolinar and an excellent corner kick by Brendon Driscoll.
The third quarter was scoreless due to excellent defense by both teams, particularly Eric Pratt and Vaughn Vajgrt for the Blue Bellies. White Lightning scored two more in the fourth quarter and the game ended in a tie after Brendan Driscoll sneaked a goal.
Volcano – #301
After the Volcano calculated goals by Corey Dorsey, Ramiro Aguilar, Jaime Mavaro and Ryan Fitzpatrick, the entire team switched offensive and defensive positions. Team 301 began to catch up, forcing the Blue Bellies to put Justin Alstrand, J.C. Martinez, Ben Gaunt and Yancey Doos back at their respective positions.
Perennial Landscape Blue Ice – The Grasshoppers
Patsey DeCrescenzo, Emily Keith and Karen Corral demonstrated in the first half that the Blue Ice came to play. Corral scored five goals.
Perennial Landscape Blue Ice – The Butterflies
Alicia Wilson scored with 30 seconds left in the first half. Alyssa Anderson and Megan Williams played good defense.
Estate Design Group Red Wolves – Blue Dolphins
Chris Smith, Danny Sturtevant and Chase Nunez played great defense. Kyle McKay, Salvador Tejeda and Chris Botto did awesome as goalies. Nathan Harper scored the goal of the game with Kevin Wood getting some great shots on goal. Chris Bobo held them off with great saves.
Totally Board Purple Panthers – U8G02
Jessica De Aragon came in from the right hard. Taylor Mickey passed well. Jordan Jensen dominated in defense with Julia Kleine. Merry Brown tackled and chased the ball and dribbled it to the goal with Leah Clifton scoring the Panthers’ two goals.
Sierra Paint and Chemical Blue Dolphins – Purple Panthers
A special thank you goes out to Rachael Jones who played her second game for the day with the Blue Dolphins. The Dolphins were struck with a mystery illness that hit just after school started. Danielle Finninck and Becky Haulman both did a fantastic job of driving the ball towards the goal line.
Northstar at Tahoe Red Viper Fireballs 4 – Blue Rocks
Tess Fitzpatrick scored two goals in the first quarter with lots of help from her teammates Emily Stewart and Tawnie Salas. Miss Silva and Amanda Rickert controlled the midfield during the second quarter. Hannah Zusy and Christine Mann helped Silva make a steal and bring it down the field for a score. Michelle Hoehn scored a goal as well. Ali Stringfield, Michelle Delyumia and Brittany White were keeping the Rocks from scoring with their defense and goalie moves.
Purple Penguins – Cheetahs
An exciting match against the Cheetahs with two goals scored by Rachel Nadell and one by Kelsey Falkenberg. Emma Brooks blocked several attempted goals by the Cheetahs and Samantha Safford drove the ball downfield to assist two of the Penguin goals.
Berry Hinckley Ind. Silver Lightning 1 – Dolphins 4
The Silver Lightning played hard to make up for four players being out with sickness and injuries. Annie Duner scored the only goal for the Team. The Dolphins had a great game
Tornadoes 2 – Silver Bullets 3
The Tornadoes were down 0-3 in the third quarter but came back to finish the game 2-3 after two goals by Matthew and Garrett. The Tornadoes played a super game with Russell making a good offensive kick in the first quarter and Dominick holding off two near goals as goalie in the first half.
Trout Creek Landscaping Bad Girls – Wipe Outs
Coree Sharp made a great pass to Kelly Matthews. Matthews made a great pass to the goal and just missed.
Trouble 0 – Smashing Monkeys 0
The teams were very evenly matched, and the scoreless game was the result of great defense. The two stars of the Trouble defense were goalies Marciel Lecuyer and Tinnian Vandergriff.
Trouble 5 – Terror 1
Morigan Drew made three goals. Katie Flaherty and Amber Giannini each made a goal for Trouble. It was a game played well by both the offense and the defense.
Sierra Paint and Chemical Blue Dolphins – Pretty in Pink
A special thank you to Autumn Winston for helping out the Blue Dolphins until enough team members arrived to play. The dynamite duo of the Dolphin dee were Abigail Abrahams and Natalya Jones who kept the ball available for the forwards to drive for the goal.
Law offices of Tom Archer Mighty Pythons 5 – Blues Brothers 1
The Pythoons rebounded from a Wednesday loss to record a convincing victory over the Blues Brothers on Friday. Showing a team-wide effort, the Pythons’ defense allowed only one goal – by Matt Hardy – with Andrew Pado making an exceptional save as goalie. The Pythons’ scoring was led by Junior Espinoza, recording his first two goals of the season. Additional scoring was provided by Tommy Mueller, Emmanuel Sarabia and Billy Mann who all scored once. These players all played exceptional defense along with Beau Blandford and Jordan Nadell who provided a solid half of scoreless goal tending.
New Moon Natural Foods Truckee Fireballs – Purple Dragons
Thanks to the purple Dragons for a fun-filled, action packed game. Congrats to Mikey Barriger, Max Szekely, Josh Tye, Joe Burtness and Jordan McElroy of the fireballs who all scored.
Glen/Devonshire Assoc. Red Hot Fireballs – Blue Dragons
After many hugs, tackles and dog piles, the Red Hots managed to score a whole bunch of goals with the help of Zachary Pearson and Boston Ferrerra. Calvin Svoboda figured his Dragon friends needed some help, so the Fireball went ahead and scored one for them.
MWA Architects Silver Streaks 2 – Fireballs 2
Cody Wicks scored both goals for the streaks. Teague Mason played aggressive defense.
Law Offices of Brent P. Collinson Purple Dragons – Fireball
Ethan Manseau scored multiple goals for the Dragons. Ceunner Potter contributed two more goals and Travis Ferrie and Ethan McKechnie both had assists and strong defensive play.
Truckee River Associates Green Nikes – Homeboys
Orlando Virrey scored the Nikes’ only goal in the first half, which ended in a 1-1 tie. Virrey then erupted for three more goals in the second half. Omar Virrey scored once on a penalty kick.
MWA Architects Silver Streaks 3 – Pythons
Cody Wicks scored two goals for the Streaks with Dylan Victor knocking in the third. William Prosor played excellent defense.
Sitkoff-ONeil Assoc. Blue Bruisers 0 – Trouble 1
The Trouble cooled down a hot Bruiser team.
Nik ‘N’ Willies Bad News Bears – Aqua Flash
Elizabeth Atwood-Wills had a good block. Great effort given by Molly Askinas, the goalie for the Bears, and forwards Chelsea Cordell and Kathy Radebold, who were so aggressive their faces were red. Goalie Jackie Lebel had some excellent saves and Sarah Nieves had some awesome blocks. Kelsey Decker played real hard defense. Jillian Akers had a nice save in the first half. Emma Sloan was an aggressive force in the first half.
Silver Lightning 1 – Green Geckos 0
Allee Macorie scored the only goal of the game in the first half of the game. Both teams played incredibly.
Mountain Forge Red Flames – Butterflies
The Red Flame girls are really improving. Their last two games were their best. Mikaela Arnstein is assisting and scoring. Courtney Pomeroy pleased the crowd with a “thumbs up” on her good job. Erika Dill and Helen Bansen played good defense. Chessie Cooley-Rieders kicked hard and made some goals. Nena Dill was great at offense and defense.
Truckee Sunrise Rotary White Lightning 1 – Fireballs 0
This game was neck and neck. Guarding the goals for the Lightning were Kevin Cowie and Sheridan Stegner. There was strong Lightning offense by Ryan Joy, Ryan Hungerford and Jeffrey Worcester. Domineering defense by the Lightnings from Marshall Harvey, Aric Deardorff and Ethan Phelps. The winning goal of the game was an outstanding goal shot by Scott Kelly with an assist from Tommy Nichols.
Truckee Sunrise Rotary White Lightning 3 – Blue Bellies 2
White Lightning took off with a goal in the first quarter by Ryan hungerford. Bryce Padellford and Ryan Joy paired up for an unstoppable defense. Lightning took over in the fourth with a goal by Scott Kelly and a third goal assisted by several players. Helping on the front line were Tommy Nichols, Aric Deardorff and Jeffrey Worcester. Goal tenders for the game were Sheridan Stegner and Marshall Harvey.
Truckee Sunrise Rotary White Lightning 4 – Blues Brothers 1
Aric Deardorff was unpassable as goalie for the White Lightening in the first half. Lightning scored two in the second. The first was by Scott Kelly and the second was a perfect pass from Sheridan Stegner to give Tommy Nichols the shot at goal. Ethan Phelps and Kevin Cowie kept the “blues” at bay. Tommy Nichols was outstanding as goal keeper in the second half. Contributing immensely were Ryan Joy, Jeffrey Worcester and Marshall Harvey.
Tahoe Truckee Supply Blue Lightning – Purple Dragons
Ryan Smith played three quarters of great offense. Colby Wrangler, Victor Nunez, Gregory Graham and Schuyler Minnick all contributed awesome game efforts.
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