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Galvan’s four goals leads Revolution to high-scoring win

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Galvan’s four goals leads Revolution to high-scoring win

The Ajax United Green’01 boys soccer team took the Heritage Harvest Cup championship in Concord this past weekend. They defeated the Walnut Creek Legends in a penalty-kick shootout, 3-2, (3-1 PKs)....

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POSTED October 30, 2012 1:55 a.m.

The Revolution squeaked past the Fire in Manteca Area Soccer League under-14 boys division play this past weekend.

In the 6-5 win, Arturo Galvan scored four goals while Rafael Hurtado, who converted a first-half on a penalty kick, and Isaiah Flores had a goal each.

Zachary Duran played goal keeper for the entire game.

Cody Niford and Jeremy Hopkins provided support at the forward posts. Kyle Dorland, Rafael Chacon, Grant Silva, Garrett Cross and Ulises Leos anchored the midfield.

Alex Stearns, Ashur Kanja, Daniel Silva and Gabriel Ortega keyed the defense.

The Revolution trailed 4-1 in the first half, rallying in the second half thanks in part to Duran’s play at goalie.



Under-10 boys

Turf Dawgs 3, Extreme Rage 1


Joshua Valdez and Zachary Todd combined for the only goal by the Extreme Rage.

Todd, who was credited with the assist, set up Valdez’s second-half score.

The Turf Dawgs took the early 1-0 lead in the first half.

The Extreme Rage fought back, getting defensive support from Devin Cisneroz, Erik Rodriguez, Harenvir Braich, Marques Sy and Julian Cash.

Valdez, Todd, Logan Richardson and Cody Cronin played aggressively on offense, taking a collective 21 shots at goal.



Under-19 girls

Fury 3, Ebbets Pass 2


Carla Ochoa completed the hat-trick in the Fury win at Woodward Park.

Anna Arriola was credited with assists on the first two goals while Estrella Morales assisted the other score.

The game was tied 1-1 when Ochoa scored twice to complete her three-goal performance on her team mom’s birthday.

Kristina Valdez and Clarissa Medrano did their part by keeping the pressure on the Ebbets Pass defense.  Georgia Arriola chipped in by out-running her opponent.

Ashley Freeman, who played goalie in the first half, had two saves before leaving the game with an injury. Taylor Gray came in and made five stops in the first half and seven more in the second half.

Anna Arriola, Jessica Milobar, Teresa Tarango, Anna Mascarelli, Carly Thissen, Medrano, and Ochoa accounted for the shots at goal.

In addition, Teresa Morales, Adrianna Hernandez, Aiyana Greeley, and Ashna Singh did their part by maintaining the pressure on Ebbets Pass.

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