Three teams from St. Bernard’s
After an 11-1 league record earned the team a first-round bye, 17 points from Kaodi Dike and 11 points from Oscar Moreno helped the Saints record a 40-30 win over Presentation (
Michael Njamfa, Andy Lorusso and Jacob Odell all added four points, and Ian Arucan and Joshua Cuestas both added two.
In the title game, the Saints faced St. Luke’s and recovered from a 9-7 halftime deficit to eke out an 18-17 win — thanks to a total team effort.
“When the season started out, I had 11 basketball players, and when the season ended I had one basketball team with 11 players, playing as one team,” coach Cornealious Moore said. “That is what helped us to have a winning season and ultimately winning the championship game.”
J.R. Seitz, Brian Freitas, Casey Bento and Andrew Jurado made up the rest of the roster.
Triumph live up to name
The Tracy Triumph 10-and-under girls Tracy Unified Competitive Soccer Club Bill Frazier miniseason team concluded the monthlong miniseason with a pair of wins over Stockton and Modesto in Manteca the weekend of Feb. 16 and 17, outscoring their opponents by a combined tally of 8-0.
Reina Perales, Amanda Beck, Garbiele Enzmann, Jill Finney, Taylor Nusser and Eliana Mendoza all recorded goals in a 6-0 walloping of Stockton. Finney’s tally came on a 20-yard blast, and Enzmann’s came off a nifty corner kick from Taylor Hopkins. Enzmann also assisted on Perales’s opener, as the defense limited
Michelle Hagelston and Gabrielle Tassano stopped what shots did get through for the shutout.
After a short break, the Triumph continued their winning ways with a 2-0 win over
Hagelston made six saves, and Abby Dyer and Amanda Beck dominated the midfield.
Quakes boys make opponents tremble
The Tracy Quakes 10-and-under boys team recorded a pair of wins over
After a scoreless first half,
With five minutes to go, Malik Charles brought the ball up, and Terriquez finished the fast break to give
It only got better from there, as
Terriquez outdribbled a host of defenders for another goal, and Matthew Krause managed to knock in an indirect kick from outside the 18-yard box, sending it past the wall and goalie. Both Krause and Terriquez added another to bring the final tally to 4-0.
Dominic Jordan, Oscar Villasenor and Kyle Hewitt all contributed to the win.
Killers win but avoid jail time
The Tracy Killers 14-and-under girls team either won or tied their games — 0-0 to Ceres and 2-1 over
That would have only added insult to injury, as Brittany Sevey and Jackie Trejo dominated the corners to keep Ceres’ scorers silent. Only a stout Ceres defensive effort kept
Lydia Harrington scored the goal to give
Woo continues to wow
After vanquishing the competition at Level 8,
His all-around score of 49.125 was enough to place him second overall — and his teammate, Jonathan Liu of
For a Level 9 competition, all scores from the