Kyle Dorland scored twice to lead the Revolution to a 5-0 win over Chivas in under-12 boys action Saturday at Woodward Park.
The 2011 Manteca Area Soccer League season kicked off on Saturday for under-8 to under-14 divisions. The under-6 boys and girls started on Aug. 5.
Aron Navarrette added one goal and two assists for Revolution. Jordy Ramirez-Aguilar and Cody Niford each pitched in with one, while Kavin Carrillo-Mejia and Joseph Smoley contributed with an assist apiece.
Mason James and Navarrette split time in the goal box and were aided by defenders Justin Rother, Logan Wilson and Samuel Ward for the shutout. Daniel Ibarra, Felipe Mata-Diaz, Carlos Munguia Jr. and Marcus Camden helped Revolution control the midfield area.
Heat 5, Earthquakes 3
Cassie Vasquez, Kayla Montoya and Madison Geldermann each scored once for the Earthquakes.
Makenna Braggs and Geldermann were the goalies. Bayleigh Walker and Julia Foxworth were standouts on defense.
Eagles 3, Cruz Azul 2
Joshua Alaniz booted in the deciding goal for the Eagles in the second half after Jesse Ortiz-Martinez netted the first two for the Eagles. Alaniz also had one assist.
Simon Hinmon came up big at goal in the second half, stopping nine shots. Jose Cabrera had three saves in the first half. Michael Arriola, Jason Machado, Marc Soto, Nolen Gavino and Ramon Rodriguez anchored the defense.
Inferno 4, Lightning Strikes 0
Joy Aguirre produced a hat trick, and Alexis Rodriguez scored once to lead Inferno’s barrage. Aaron Sandberg contributed an assist.
Brandon Navarrette and Quentin Banks combined for the shutout with help from defenders Fernand Haro and Michael Garcia.
The Wizards 6, Chelsea FC 1
Ezana Ghezae torched Chelsea with four goals on top of playing outstanding defense.
Jessie Flores and Ervin Mora chipped in one goal each, and Zaid Seely had an assist. Brandon Salisbury and Mora each stopped two shots at goal.
Mustangs 4, Lightning 1
Nicholas Ridgewell got the Mustangs rolling by scoring their first two goals of 2011, and Tyler Nansel scored the final two against the Lightning. Goalie Alex Gatty kept the Mustangs ahead with three key saves.
Bad News Bunnies 5, Hot Shots 0
The Bunnies dominated everywhere on the pitch, with Isabel Paniagua leading the way with two goals. Angelica Madrigal-Morales and Olivia Donham scored once each.
Madrigal-Morales also saw time at goal along with Alyssa Clapp, as they combined to keep the sheets clean. Madison Munoz, Courtney Washburn, Brianna Bingham, Aryanna Jones and Yesena Franco were stout defensively.
Joleen Ybarra didn’t score but kept the pressure going on the attacking third with eight shot attempts. Skylar Mello showed outstanding hustle.