The Delta Charter and Millennium soccer teams faced off during Tuesday’s rain storm, with the Falcons taking the 7-0 win.
It puts the Falcons at 6-0-1 for the season, and the Dragons at 0-3. It was Delta Charter’s first home game on West High’s soccer field, where the Dragons will play all of their home games this year.
Millennium stayed on offense for most of the game and took a 4-0 lead at the half on two goals from Anneliese Bradley and goals from Nataly Solis and Drew Robbins. Sana Sharifi, Amber De La Cruz and Estefania Torres scored Millennium’s goals in the second half.
Millennium coach Mario Ron said he took the chance to get in all of his players to make sure everyone on the team can work together.
“I’m more concerned with how the ladies move the ball, and in these types of situations we can take advantage of everybody playing and moving the ball.
Delta Charter coach Avo Atoian said that even with a loss he is encouraged with every game his team plays.
“With a new team it’s very tough to get some games, but I know for a fact that every game our girls are improving,” he said. “Our goal is to get better and better every game. I know that the next couple of games will be good games for us.”
Delta Charter plays next at Venture Academy in Stockton on Thursday, and Millennium will start Central California Athletic Alliance play on Thursday at Big Valley Christian in Modesto.
Manteca 1, Kimball 0
The Jaguars started off in control on Wednesday in Manteca in their first Valley Oak League game. But missed shots plagued the Jaguars, as 18 of Kimball’s shots on the goal either went wide or high, or went right to the Manteca goal keeper. Manteca scored 32 minutes into the first half, and Kimball goalie Tayler Lennier protected the goal through the second half. She had 11 saves for the day. The loss puts Kimball at 7-2 for the season.
Tracy wins Sierra Tournament
Tracy High’s soccer team went 4-0 for the weekend to take first place at the 7th annual Vern Gebhardt Champions Cup Friday and Saturday at Sierra High in Manteca.
Tracy senior Bria Outland was the tournament most valuable play on offense with five goals and five assists over the two days. Brett Scheckla and Nicole Gasior received the defensive co-MVP award, and Amanda Simonich was the most valuable goalie, allowing just two shots to get past her over two days.
Tracy beat Livingston 2-1 in the first game. Autumn Bolton and Mariaha Serrato scored Tracy goals and Bria Outland assisted on both of them.
Tracy its second game against Argonaut 12-0, with three goals each from Bria Outland, Cailie Chayrez and Celina Perez, two from Mariaha Serrato and one from Brett Scheckla. Outland had three assists, Courtney Allen had two assists, and Nicole Gasior, Autumn Bolton, Kaitlyn Crone, Cailie Chayrez, Celina Perez, Ghoncheh Azadeh, and Mariaha Serrato also had assists.
Tracy beat Pleasant Valley 2-0 in the semifinals. Mariaha Serrato and Bria Outland scored the goals, and Becca Renin and Serrato had the assists.
Tracy won the championship game against Sierra 2-1. Bria Outland scored Tracy’s first goal on an assist from Mariah Serrato, and Cailie Chayrez scored the second goal on a penalty kick.
Tracy’s JV repeats as Gephardt Cup champs
Tracy High’s freshman-sophomore girls repeated as tournament champions after they went 4-0 in the junior varsity tournament at the Vern Gephardt Champions Cup at Sierra High Friday and Saturday in Manteca. It puts the team at 7-0 for the season.
Tracy opened on Friday with a 2-0 win over the Mavericks from Mesa Verde High of Citrus Heights, with Kelly Brooks scoring on an assist from Daesha Brown, and Brown also scoring a goal unassisted.
Friday’s action also included a 4-0 win over Oakdale, with Brown, Kennedy Gray, Allie Rodriguez, and Hunter Wells scoring for Tracy, with assists from Shayla Simonich, Jenna Wesely, Jill Finney.
Tracy went on to beat Beyer 5-0 in Saturday’s semifinal game. Allie Rodriguez and Nikole Hutchinson each scored two goals and Gabriella Tassano also scored. Kelly Brooks had two assists, and Simonich and Brown also had assists.
Brooks and Simonich each scored in Tracy’s 2-1 win over Sierra in the championship game. Brown and Gray had the assists.
Millennium 3, West 1
The Millennium soccer team took a 3-1 win at West High on Saturday, moving the Falcons to 5-0-1 for the season and West to 0-4. The Falcons kept the ball on offense and gave West few chances to take shots on the goal. Scoring for Millennium were Anneliese Bradley, Salina Elias and Ivy Torres, and Torres also had two assists.