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Sierra advances with 2-0 record
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Tournament host Sierra made it through pool play unscathed Friday with wins of 4-0 over Downey of Modesto and 2-0 over Chavez of Stockton in the Timberwolves Boys Soccer Tournament at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
Eddie Aguilar had a pair of goals for Sierra (5-2-1) against the Knights (2-1). David Lopez and Athen Gonsalves each added a goal for the Timberwolves with Carlos Mendez, Kevin Mendiola and Athen Gonsalves each getting an assist.
Lopez and Joel Lemus each had a goal against the Titans and were assisted by Mendiola and Aguilar.  
The Timberwolves face Enochs of Modesto in a semifinal contest this morning at 11:30 at Daniel Teicheira Memorial Stadium.
Stagg 3, Weston Ranch 2
STOCKTON – The Cougars (2-4-3) closed out non-league play with a tough loss to the visiting Delta Kings Stockton.
Francisco Cisneros was pleased with the performance by Weston Ranch on Friday.
 “We had our chances,” he said.
All of the scoring took place in the first half. The Cougars were a man up with five minutes left in the game but were unable to capitalize.
They scored the first goal of the game with Ariel Silva taking a pass from Robert Gonzalez.
But the Delta Kings answered back to tie the game up at 1-1, adding another goal shortly after to make it 2-1.
Weston Ranch knotted things up at 2-2 on a goal by Gonzalez.
Stagg reclaimed the lead for good shortly before halftime.
The Cougars will take on visiting Kimball in the Valley Oak League opener on Monday beginning at 5:30 p.m.

East Union 3, Lincoln 1
STOCKTON – Arturo Galvan buried a free kick from nearly midfield Friday for the visiting Lancers (3-1-1) at Spanos Stadium early in the game to set the tone for the non-league contest.
Jiovania Ruelas took an assist from Jesus Hurtado for the second East Union goal and Hector Romero scored the last one for the Lancers on a deep cross that bent its way into the net.
“Our defense was strong,” East Union coach Edgar Zelaya said. “They only had four shots on goal.
“We kept the ball on the ground and passed it well.”