Adib Guedoir tallied two goals and two assists, helping Sierra get a comfortable 6-1 non-league victory over visiting Lathrop on Wednesday.
It was a good opportunity for the Timberwolves (3-2-1) to work in new additions to the team.
“We have a big roster with three new players just now coming from the football team,” Sierra coach Joe Pires said. “We’re trying to find the chemistry and got everyone to play.”
Manny Magana also scored twice and had an assist. Freshman Audie Garza assisted two goals and added one of his own.
Juan Carrillo scored the lone goal for Lathrop (2-5-1), closing the Spartans in 2-1 in the first half. The Spartans get the next week off from game action and opens Western Athletic Conference play against Pacheco on Dec. 18. Sierra heads to Chavez.
Weston Ranch 6, Stagg 2
The Cougars (2-0-3) put together a complete game ahead of their first Valley Oak League contest.
Elvin Bolanos led the way with a hat trick, with Atlantis Gholston assisting the final goal. Weston Ranch led 5-0 at halftime and was jump started by Bolanos’ penalty kick.
Bryan Rodriguez added one goal and one assist. Kevin Urrutia scored once and was aided by Angel Pantoja.
“We played extremely well tonight,” Cougars coach Francisco Cisneros said. “It was a good performance leading into our league opener (today). We finally put it all together. Everyone on the team contributed today.”
Weston Ranch heads to Kimball today.
Manteca 9, Modesto 0
Kaley Miller burned the visiting Panthers (2-1-2) for three goals and one assist in non-league action at Guss Schmiedt Field. Manteca (7-0-1) was well ahead at halftime 5-0 and finished with 33 shot attempts.
Freshman Cameron Silva added two goals and two assists. Caitlynn Wong and Isabella Avila each had a goal and an assist. Ashleen Kalar and Kaylee Gines scored one apiece, and Jordyn Silva turned in two assists.
Goalies Aimee Meier and Willow Stearns combined for four saves. The Buffaloes travel to Gregori today.
Sierra 4, Golden Valley 0
MERCED — Freshman Jocelin Roa booted two goals as Sierra (6-0) kept its perfect start intact.
Juliana Rodriguez had a goal and an assist. Tiana Cello also scored one, Nicole Martin pitched in two assists, Jenna Castro had one assist.
Michaela Bitle posted six saves in the Timberwolves second clean sheet of the early season. They finished with 24 shots, 13 on goal.
East Union 3, Downey 1
MODESTO — Hailey Sims helped spark the Lancers attack with two assists, and they scored two unanswered goals in the second half to improved to 2-3-2.
Taylor McMahon, Thania Valencia and Sonia Ruiz accounted for the goals. Cynthia Romero assisted Ruiz’s insurance goal.
Pacheco 42, Lathrop 27
LOS BANOS — Jerahmel Tillman produced one of the highlights of the match, squeaking out a 10-9 decision in the 138-pound bout.
Edward Cuellar (126), Tavis Rollins (145) and Carlos Ramirez (182) all won by fall. Jose Soto (132) was awarded points via forfeiture.
Pacheco 48, Lathrop 24
LOS BANOS — Lathrop fell to 1-1 in the WAC but had pinfall wins from freshman Janida Garcia (126), Alexis Murray (131), Sarah Atkins (137) and Kristina Rose (143).
Foothill 65, Sierra 61 (3OT)
PLEASANTON — The Timberwolves (3-3) struggled offensively for three quarters before coming alive in the fourth when they started down by 10, 37-27, before taking it to triple overtime.
In the end, Sierra missed an open jumper and fouled on the rebound. Kendrick Currey paced the team with 27 points, Zach Curry had 11 and Jesse Ortiz-Martinez nine.
Pacheco 36, Lathrop 6
Nicholas Caballero accounted for the Spartans only points, winning the 182-pound match by pinfall.
JV girls soccer
East Union 3, Downey 0
Britney Barrington struck for two goals, while Melissa Gonzales assisted both while scoring one of her own.
Sierra 4, Golden Valley 2
Lela Schluer’s two goals helped make the difference in the road victory for Sierra. Larissa Phillips and Rebecca Thomson each chipped in a goal and an assist.
Presley Perez and Nayleen Yamamoto each added an assist. Goalie Annika Beall picked up five saves.
JV boys soccer
Sierra 7, Lathrop 0
Grant Ogden and Paul Pimentel scored two goals apiece to lead the onslaught. Marcus Ponce, Adrian Ramirez and Dylan Rogers each added one.