Youth soccer organization kicks off another season
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.
Silver Lightening 3 – Smashing Pumpkins 2
In spite of excellent goal tending by Bennett Carlson, the Pumpkins fell behind 3-1 by halftime. Scott Eberhardt scored once in the third quarter, closing the gap to 3-2. The Pumpkins’ other goal was scored by Kevin Flynn. Andrew price and Jonathan Engel had strong defensive games.
Volcanos 6 – 304 Green
The Volcanos erupted during their first game of the season, scoring six goals to their opponents three. Ryan Fitzpatrick scored the first goal in the opening quarter, assisted by Corey Dorsey. Ramiro Aguilar scored a goal in both the second and third period. Jaime Navarro scored in the fourth quarter along with Fitzpatrick, who scored his second of the game. The all-around team effort of Justin Alstrand, J.C. Martinez, Yancey Doos and Ben Gaunt, the Volcanoes earned their first win.
Poulin Steel and Windfall Fireball – Ice Age
Ryan Conness, a first year soccer player, did a great job passing to Hugo Sanchez for a Fireball score.
The All-Star Carpet Cave Attitude 3 – 305G 0
Natalie Milligan scored two goals for the Attitude and Kelly Tierney scored once. Rochelle Johansen had an assist while Zoe Richards and Kelly Ward both effectively tended goal.
The All-Star Carpet Cove Attitude 3 – 302G 1
Milligan scored three goals. Johansen and Haley Long both managed an assist. Richards and Ward each tended goal and an excellent performance was made by Camille Gaunam. The opposing goal was scored by Samantha Waters.
Century Conversion Corp. Blue Bellies 4- Red Wolves 3
The Red Wolves scored two goals early in the first quarter before the Blue Bellies came back in the second. Brendon Driscall scored three goals within the period, assisted twice by Eric Pratt and once by Kevin Decker. Pratt mustered another assist feeding Decker for a fourth quarter goal. The Red Wolves scored again late in the fourth.
Truckee Trouble 3- Hard Candy 0
A hard driving first goal was driven in by Katie Flaherty for the Trouble. Two more goals were added by Mariel Lecuyer in leading the Trouble to a 3-0 win. Some great ball control and ‘big boots’ were demonstrated by Emily Gannam and Morigan Drew.
Hazardous Disposal Specialists’ Green Machine 9 – 601 1
Dillon Lynch and Peter Shelling erupted for four goals apiece for the Green Machine. Matt Duncan added one for good measure.
Green Nikes 3 – Smashing Pumpkins 2
Orlando Virrey scored all three goals for the Nikes. Virrey was assisted on the second goal by Omar Virrey and Jason Shook.
Sierra Paint and Chemical Terrors – Blue Bruisers
Jessica Schrader and Nicole Panziera played tough defense for the Truckee Terrors. Kaitlin Zusy scored the only goal for the Terrors.
The Rock Garden Blue Rocks – Purple Dolphins
Raquel Reza and Samantha Marsh made a nice clearing of the ball. A nice infield run was made by Rosie Moniz. Moniz scored the first goal of the game. Logan White and Ashley McCauley played nice defense. Erica Neville showed her strength as an aggressive player. Ramirez followed the ball very well while Kaitlin Russo had a nice infield run.
Blues Brothers – Great White
Victor Islas scored two goals with some very skillful ball handling. Micah Silver showed some real ‘heads-up’ play and seemed to be all over the field. Tyler DeSchnyven gave it all he had. David Ledge, Matt Harry and Collin Towle all made some excellent saves while alternating at goalkeeper.
Berry-Hinckley Industries Silver Lightening 1- Wipe Out 2
Neither team scored in the first half. Tinia Jorgenson scored a goal for Wipe Out. Worcester answered by scoring for the Silver Lightening. Finally Lorin Oneal scored for Wipe Out to claim the win.
Volcanos 4- 305 2
The Volcano’s won their second game of the season Thursday. Fitzpatrick led off the scoring with a first quarter goal. Aguilar scored the next two with assists from Jaime Navarro and Yancy Doos. Goalie Alstrand, J.C. Martinez, Ben gaunt and Errol Kerr and Martin Corral contributed to a good team effort. Corey Dorsey scored the game sealing goal in the fourth quarter.
Volcanos 4 – The Cream Puffs 2
Dorsey started the offense with a goal assisted by Aguilar, and another in the second also assisted by Aguilar. Fitzpatrick scored the Volcano’s other two goals with an assist by Aguilar and an assist by Gary Pate. Alstrand, Martinez, Browning, Gaunt, and Doos all contributed to the Volcano victory.
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