View Mobile Site
Text Size: Smaller Larger Normal

Soccer Girls Craft Wins Over Visiting Hughson

Soccer Girls Craft Wins Over Visiting Hughson

Soccer Girls Craft Wins Over Visiting Hughson

Rushing up the wing, Liz Cortes found...


POSTED February 14, 2018 9:55 a.m.
Share on Facebook Bookmark and Share

Only one game was on the schedule for the varsity Lady Cougars soccer team this past week, a home game hosting the Hughson Lady Huskies on Wednesday, Feb. 7.

The host Escalon girls took a 3-0 shutout win, enjoying a solid effort all the way around.

“Goals were by Kaitlyn Castro, Mya Beary and Madison Kindberg, assists by Madison and Morgan Dominguez,” said head coach Jamie Peoples. “Lily Franks had one save.”

Seniors on the team honored for their contributions to the soccer program were Mary Adams, Dalsin Alves, Peyton Arnold, Kaitlyn Castro, Macie Chase, Morgan Dominguez, Katie Erazo, Lily Franks, Madison Kindberg, Adela Ley-Han and Jazzy Smith.

The girls are scheduled to start the first round of playoffs on Wednesday, Feb. 21 – time and opponent to be determined.

 

JUNIOR VARSITY

The junior varsity soccer girls came away with a win at home against Hughson in their one game scheduled this past week. The game on Wednesday, Feb. 7 saw the squad find the back of the net multiple times with goals from several players in the shutout 5-0 victory.

“This was a fun and enjoyable game for the girls,” said head coach Jen Schmidt. “I was able to move them into different positions throughout the game and see what they could do.”

Four different players found the net and there were also assists from four of the JV girls as well.

“Nevaeh Pence shined with two assists, one going to Liz Cortes and the other to Nallely Patino,” Schmidt said. “Gena Goodman assisted a goal scored by Liz Cortes. Jayda Enes also assisted a goal scored by Alexis Barron and Alexis returned the favor by giving an assist to Jayda Enes for her goal.”

Enter a Comment:

You must be logged in to post comments.
http://www.oakdaleleader.com/ encourages readers to interact with one another. We will not edit your comments, but we reserve the right to delete any inappropriate responses.

To report offensive or inappropriate comments, contact our editor.

The comments below are from readers of http://www.oakdaleleader.com/ and do not necessarily represent the views of The Newspaper or Morris Multimedia.

No comments have been posted. Log in or Register to post a comment.

© Copyright 2018 Escalon Times
Please wait ...