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MASL Fury routs Breakers, 6-0
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Alina Coronado and Kareena Escartin scored two goal apiece to anchor the under-14 Fury girls’ 6-0 drubbing of the Breakers in Manteca Area Soccer League action Saturday.

Megan Harlan contributed a goal and two assists, and Jennifer Ibarra-Bejar added a goal of her own with a head shot. Haylee Chance chipped in with an assist.

Second-half goalie Jasmine Herrera recorded two saves.

In other MASL action at Woodward Park:

Under 12 girls

Galaxy 9, Heat 5

Alison Bingham scored five goals, and Salma Hamza added a hat trick in Galaxy’s high-scoring affair on Oct. 8.

The Heat came out like gangbusters, firing three goals within the first few minutes before Bingham started her run with two quick goals. The loss was the first of the season for the Heat.

Under-10 boys

Inferno 6, Real Madrid 1

Riccardo Nieblas collected three goals and an assist for Inferno, while Joey Aguirre contributed one of each,

Aaron Sandberg and Austin Frisk scored one apiece, and Quin Banks had an assist. Alexis Rodriguez and Brandon Navarette were lauded for their hustle on defense.

Inferno 7, United 5

Nieblas continued his big Saturday with four more goals, with Aguirre scoring two and Frisk one.  Ildefenso Bettercourt led the defensive effort.

Eagles 4, Cruz Azul 2

Joshua Valdez sparked the Eagles with a goal that came directly from his own corner-kick cross.

Simon Hinmon continued the scoring surge with a bomb from the center line, and Matthew Dunham iced the win with two goals.

Michael Arriola and Dunham shared time at goal and had nine saves each.

10-under baseball

Manteca Krush 10, Ripon Thunder 4

Gary Alexander and Ramiro Suarez each roped two-run singles in a four-run first for the Krush in Manteca Heat Fall Ball League action Oct. 3 at Big League Dreams.

Tyler Kiser led Manteca with a 3-for-3 effort that included three runs, and Zach White was 2 for 3 with two runs scored.

Starting pitcher Brandon Allie gave up just one hit in three innings of work for the win. Evan Heath struck out the side in the fourth, and Pili Hines finished it off in the fifth.

Jeremiah Galvez smacked an RBI single in the fifth and scored on a passed ball for Ripon, which was held to just two hits.