Soccer: Wolf Pack turned away by Delta Queens
by Bob Brownne
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West High’s soccer team suffered a frustrating 1-0 loss at home to Stagg on Wednesday, April 10, finish the first half of the Tri-City Athletic League season.

Stagg (6-10-1, 2-2 TCAL) scored the only goal of the game in the 14th minute with a breakaway up the middle resulting in a shot to the left side of the net.

West (3-7, 2-3 TCAL) responded with its own charges at the goal, with junior forward Colleen Burkhart getting the best chance with a one-on-one shot against the Stagg goal keeper, only to have the shot deflect off the right post.

West again put pressure on Stagg at the end of the second half, only to be turned away by the Delta Queens defense.

“We were up there a lot, but we couldn’t finish,” coach Abel Dorado said.

Senior midfielder Estefani Gomez said the Wolf Pack still has a chance to make a comeback in the second half of the TCAL season.

“I have a lot of faith in our team,” she said. “We’ll see them (Stagg) again, and we’ll definitely dominate.”



Kimball 4, Manteca 1

The Jaguars team got past Valley Oak League opponent Manteca on Tuesday, April 9, to extend their perfect record.

Kimball (13-0, 5-0 VOL) took at 3-0 lead at the half as freshman Maya Lopez scored on a corner kick in the eighth minute, sophomore Abby Dyer scored unassisted in the 19th minute, and senior Adaurie Dayak headed in a cross from sophomore Taylor Hopkins in the 25th minute.

Manteca (11-5, 4-3) scored once early in the second half, but Hopkins responded for Kimball with goal off a cross from Dyer.



St. Mary’s 2, Tracy 1

Physical play and battles for control at midfield marked the Bulldogs’ non-league match against the Rams on Monday, April 8, at Tracy High.

St. Mary’s is a traditional playoff rival for the Bulldogs (7-6-1, 3-0 San Joaquin Athletic Association).

The Rams took an early lead with goal in the sixth minute.

Tracy tied it up in the 23rd minute when senior midfielder Kellie Piazza sent a free kick to the front of the goal and senior forward Taylor Roach made a shot from within a tangle of St. Mary’s defenders.

The Rams scored the deciding goal in the 35th minute. Both teams had scoring

Tracy sophomore goalkeeper Gabriella Tassano made seven saves, including four in the second half.

Tracy returned to San Joaquin Athletic Association play Tuesday, April 9, finishing with a 0-0 tie at home against Bear Creek.

Tracy coach Nate Perry said it was a frustrating outcome, as the Bulldogs consistently outshot the Bruins but were still denied any goals.



Millennium 10, Delta Charter 1

Millennium freshman Reina Perales scored four goals in the Falcons’ win at home over the Delta Charter Dragons.

The Falcons (6-6-1, 3-1 Central California Athletic Alliance) stayed in control of the ball with 38 shots and 41 steals, and allowed the Dragons (0-5, 0-2 CCAA) only two shots on goal.

Millennium junior Ivy Torres scored two for the Falcons, and senior Daisey Aguayo, junior Drew Robbins and freshman Alina Coranado also scored goals.

• Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.
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