WSC U16 girls win Soccer by the Bay tourney
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Aug 31, 2012 | 1269 views | 0 0 comments | 8 8 recommendations | email to a friend | print
West Coast Soccer Club’s under-16 girls Karma won the Soccer by the Bay Tournament on Saturday, Aug. 18, in Burlingame.

Team Karma includes Tracy players Michelle Hagelston, Daesha Brown, Hunter Wells, Gabrielle Enzmann, Eliana Mendoza, Breana Maita and Alessandra Rodriguez. Troy Dayak of Tracy is the club’s director of coaching.

Karma started the weekend with a 1-0 victory over Mustang Fury. Mendoza scored the only goal off of a pass by Shayla Bannert. Karma then beat San Mateo Select 7-0, with two goals each for Brown and Mendoza. Shayla Bannert, Ariana Mancieri and Amanda Valentine also scored, and Michelle Hagelston had three assists. The third game was a 1-0 win over San Carlos Sapphire, with Bannert scoring on a penalty kick.

Castro Valley United and West Coast Soccer squared off in the final. Brown scored the first goal for Karma off a pass from Wells 30 seconds into the game. Mendoza scored later in the first half off of a pass from Brown for the 2-1 win.

U10 girls second in Redwood City

West Coast Soccer’s under-10 girls Fury capped their summer tournament season with a second place finish at the Juventus Tournament of Champions, held August 3 to 6 in Redwood City. The girls went undefeated in round-robin play and came out strong against the home team Juventus Destino in the semifinal for a 4-0 win.

In the championship game the girls faced Peninsula Blues for a scoreless first half, and the Blues scored twice in the second half for the 2-0 win. Team members include Tracy players Trinity Sandridge, Alissa Garza, Alina Garcia, Jamie Conklin, and Allison Rickman. Other team members are Laura Gonzales, Kate Zeck, Gracie Alfonzo, Kalena Brongiel, Madeline Allum, and Haiden Arruda.

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