“We just tried our best, and it wasn’t enough,” West coach Abel Dorado said. “St. Mary’s has a very strong team.”
With the loss, the Wolf Pack dropped to 1-4.
Tracy 5, Lincoln 0
Alexi Poppoff had a hat trick Thursday for Tracy’s varsity girls soccer team, netting all three of her goals in the first half of a
5-0 victory over Lincoln.
Poppoff scored in the seventh minute off an assist from Christina Garcia. Poppoff and Garcia hooked up again five minutes later for the Bulldogs (5-2-1 overall, 2-0 San Joaquin Athletic Association). At the 31-minute mark, Poppoff got her third goal, with an assist by Alyssa Stroup.
Garcia scored Tracy’s other two goals, with assists by Victoria Piazza and Bryanna Noe.
JV: Kimball 3, Stagg 0
Kimball’s girls soccer team posted a shutout Thursday night, blanking Stagg in Stockton, 3-0.
At the 23-minute mark, freshman midfielder Marissa Paz, with an assist from Katie Little, scored the game’s first goal.
In the second half, freshman midfielder Brittney Micely put the Jaguars up 2-0. Paz was credited with the assist.
Three minutes later, freshman midfielder Amber Lennier gave her team a 3-0 lead, with an assist by freshman Tayler Lennier.
The win gives Kimball a 12-2-1 overall record and a 3-0-1 record in Tri-City Athletic League play.
Wrestling: West Wrestling Club
At the San Joaquin Wrestling Association
Tournament on April 3, six athletes out of seven in the West Wrestling Club earned medals.
Roy Bravo, a cadet in the 130-pound class, placed first. Kyle Selna, a junior in the 140-pound class, and Mitchell Selna, a cadet in the 125-pound class, both came in first in their respective weight classes. Mason Salazar, a bantam in the 65-pound class, placed second. Kris Merril, a junior in the 285-pound class, and Gianni Jacobo, an intermediate in the 70-pound class, both finished third. John Jacobo, an intermediate in the 75-pound class, also participated in the event but finished just out of the medals.