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U14 Revolution puts out Fire in 5-4 shootout

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GOALS GALORE

The Manteca Area Soccer League season was in full-stride Saturday as teams continued season action at Woodward Park. Teams combine for action throughout a dozen fields from 8 a.m. to 2 p.m. each Sa...

JAGADA CHAMBERS/The Bulletin


POSTED September 18, 2012 1:20 a.m.

The Fury blanked the Stockton (Stormie) 4-0 in Manteca Area Soccer League weekend action at the Regional Sports Complex.

Joanna Martinez had two early goals – the second was assisted by Jessica Milobar – and, in turn, assisted Milobar to give the local under-19 girls a 3-0 lead.

Martinez added one more goal, scoring on a chest shot.

Ashley Freeman had nine saves while Cecilia Ibarra-Bejar helped out her goalie on defense.

Taylor Gray, Kristyna Valdez, Clarissa Medrano, Carly Thissen and Estrella Morales prevented Stockton from breaking through the back line.

In addition, Anna Mascarelli, Aiyana Greeley, Ashley Tarango, Ashna Singh and Carla Ochoa received recognition for their passing and all-out hustle.



Under-14 boys

Revolution 5, Fire 4

Arturo Galvan scored three times and Rafael Hurtado had two goals in the Revolution win.

Kyle Dorland, Cody Niford and Galvan were also credited with assists.

The Revolution was also helped out by the defense of Alex Stearns, Rafael Chacon, Ashur Kanja, and Garrett Cross.

Ditto that for midfielders Jeremy Hopkins, Anthony Ramirez and Doland along with forwards Gabriel Ortega, Isaiah Flores, Ulises Leos and Niford.

Zachary Duran and Daniel Silva shared the goal-keeping duties.



Under-10 boys

Tigers 7, Extreme Rage 4

Logan Richardson scored twice and Joshua Valdez and Isaiah Soto had one each in the Extreme Rage’s loss.

Valdez was credit with an assist of Richardson’s second goal.

On defense, Richardson had five saves as the first-half goalie. Harenvir Braich and Soto helped out with a stop apiece in front of the net. Michael Arriola stopped 14 shot attempts in the second half.

The Tigers jumped out to a 3-0 first-half lead. The Rage struck back, scoring four times.

In addition, Cody Cronin, Devin Cisneroz, Erik Rodriguez, Julian Cash and Marquez Si earned recognition with their all-around effort.

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