STOCKTON — Weston Ranch rallied from a three-goal deficit to escape with a 3-3 draw in a non-league boys soccer match against visiting Chavez on Monday.
“We played much better in the second half and had a lot of opportunities to score,” Weston Ranch coach Francisco Cisneros said. “We have to play better in the first half. Happy we made the comeback, but it feels like we left some goals on the field.”
Chavez (1-0-1) had its 3-0 lead by the 27th minute.
The Cougars (1-0-2) made their move in the opening five minutes of the second half with Edgar Molina jump starting the comeback. He scored their first goal, then assisted Kevin Urrutia two minutes later. It wasn't until the 70th minute that Aaron Silva netted the equalizer, capitalizing on the delivery from Elvin Bolanos.
East Union 65, Tokay 30
East Union got it done on both ends of the floor and improved to 3-0.
Freshman Lani Tu'uga was one of three underclassmen in double figures with 19 points, and the Lancers allowed just one point in the second quarter as they raced to a 32-12 halftime lead.
Taylor Snaer contributed 16 points, and Ala Tu'uga finished with 10 points and nine rebounds.
East Union looks to keep the momentum going tonight at Atwater, the second of three games on consecutive days.
Ceres 57, East Union 49
CERES — East Union (3-1) suffered its first defeat of the season. Lydell King led all scorers with 17 points, while freshman Dylan Lee added 10.
The Lancers open the Modesto City Classic against Johansen on Wednesday.