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Escartin scores twice as Fury shuts down Breakers
Action heats up in Manteca Area Soccer League play as the Red Dragons and Wizards do battle in an under-8 boys game at Woodward Park Saturday. - photo by HIME ROMERO

Kareena Escartin did the job as a goalie in the first half, and she was just as effective doing work in the opponent’s goal area at Woodward Park Saturday.

The part-time keeper was part of a combined shutout with Megan Harlan and scored two second-half goals to highlight the Fury’s 4-0 win over the Breakers in under-14 girls Manteca Area Soccer League play.

Escartin also had two saves, while Harlan — who scored one goal in the first half — tallied three. Georgia Arriola contributed a goal and was instrumental in keeping the sheets clean. Arriola was a part of the back-line core of Haylee Chance, Jennifer Ibarra-Bejar and Gavin Kaur that relentlessly protected the Fury’s goal.

Destiny Hernandez stood out at midfield and had two near-miss goal attempts.

In other MASL action:

Under-10 boys

Eagles 5, United 2

Jesse Ortiz-Martinez recorded a hat trick, while Jose Cabrera and Jason Machado added to the Eagles’ goal total with one apiece.

Marc Soto and Matthew Dunham combined for nine saves at goal, but Joshua Valdez came up with the biggest one when he deflected a penalty kick away from danger.

Simon Hinmon displayed good heart and hustle on defense and was a big reason why United was held scoreless in the second half.

Under-8 boys

Killer Sharks 4, Voltage 3

Omar Lopez fired three goals, while Luke Abrew added one of his own off a nice delivery from Nolan Calmes.

Calmes was key on the defensive end along with Seth Dunn, Brian Crawford and James Ng.

Wizards 6, Cobras 0

Ervin Mendiola Mora was unstoppable. The Wizards striker netted five goals with assists coming from Brandon Salisbury and Zaid Seely. Haremvir Braich chipped in one goal.

Salisbury also played goalie and picked up four saves, while Elmer Erazo notched two and Ezana Ohezae one in the combined shutout.