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Ochoas hat trick leads Fury to victory
The Pumas (white jerseys) defeated the Chivas 2-0 for the Manteca Area Soccer League under-11 boys title at Woodward Park Sunday. - photo by GLENN KAHL

Carla Ochoa scored three goals to lead the Fury to a 4-3 Manteca Area Soccer League victory over Stockton (Granados) last weekend.

Joanna Martinez helped Ochoa complete the hat trick by assisting the last two scores in the game played at the Regional Sports Complex in Stockton.

Martinez came up with the go-ahead goal thanks to an assist from Adrianna Hernandez.

Manteca held a 2-1 lead, with both under-19 girls’ squads matching second-half goals.

The Fury got defensive pressure from Georgia Arriola, Taylor Gray, Kristyna Valdez, Estrella Morales, and Cecilia Ibarra-Bejar.

Ochoa, Martinez, Aiyana Greeley, Ashley Tarango, Jessica Milobar, Teresa Morales, and Ashna Singh did likewise on offense.

 Goalie Ashley Freeman had five saves while Carly Thissen and Anna Mascarelli managed some powerful kicks along the way.


Under-10 boys

Extreme Rage swept in tournament

The Extreme Rage went 0-3 in last weekend’s MASL tournament, losing 6-1 to the Avengers, 4-1 to the Earthquakes, and 5-1 to the Turf Dawgs.

Michael Arriola scored for the Rage in the opener, with Erik Rodriguez getting credit for the assist.

Against the Earthquakes and the Turf Dawgs, Joshua Valdez accounted for both goals in the two games. Arriola had the assist in Game 3.

Valdez, who also played goalie, along with Logan Richardson had 12 saves each in the opening game.

Zachary Todd had six stops in the second game.

In addition, Cody Cronin, Isaiah Soto, and Marquez Sy earned recognition for their all-out hustle while Devin Cisneroz, Julian Cash, and Harenvir Braich paced the defense.