Droka all scored. Trenton Roberts and Logan Naddy made some excellent
long kicks. Nate Padgham and James Kratzberg played solid defense.
Boys under 6
Silver Sharks: Tanner and Nico made great passes to each other,
setting themselves up for goals. Robert Leigh did a good job of
coming up with contested balls. Red Rockets, Mighty Tigers: Evan
Siegel, Morgan Cortens and Charlie Jacobs all scored goals. Matthew
Keasey, Max Caliger and Tommy Vanis all provided assists. Alexander
Taxman and Henry Wilde performed well on defense.
Girls under 5
Pink Buttferflies, Razzle Dazzle Berries: Sara Cargile, Isabella
DiGiorgio, Alexis Garbers, Emily Johnson, Maggie Pietsch, Erica
Roque, Anna Steelberg and Kate Wirta all scored goals.
AYSO Region 97 Soccer
Boys under 10
North Irvine 1, Newport Mesa Mavericks 0: Goalkeeper Ryan Braun
led the Mavericks' defense in the first half. Fullbacks Cash Swank,
Landon Knight and Caleb Oneil stopped the Irvine team cold. Halfbacks
Jack Binford, Baron Davis and Malcom Fagan excelled in the first
half. The game's lone goal came off an Irvine break and rebound in
front of the Newport goal with about two minutes to go in the 3rd.
Ryan Braun, Peter Seidner, Dominic Faulkner and Nick Roman all had
shots on the goal in the fourth quarter.
Boys under 12
Brown 5, Barry 0: Charlie Pena scored two goals. Blake Smith,
Nolan Mean and Cory Kroger each added one goal to Brown's total.
Goalkeepers CJ Tona, Ryan Davidson, and Paul Wiesinger stopped every
shot kicked at him in the goal.
Girls under 10
Crazy Eights 2, Slimers 1: The Slimers scored in the first
quarter. In the third quarter, the Eights Reo Nathan scored. Brooke
Meer, Julia Frei and Riley Rickman,Mackenzie Gaddis and Rachel
Whitelegge combined passes to Analysa Vivanco who then put the ball
in the goal with a long kick to put the Crazy Eights ahead. Kellie
Melendres, Jenna Jarvis and Jessica Ochoa all played great defense to
help goalkeeper Alex Vazquez.
Blackwidows 4, Spongbobs 2: Hailey Smith, Taylor Long, Regan
Rutter and Sophia Jeffries did a super job protecting Amanda Sheppard