Top TYSL girls win regional tournament
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The girls of Tracy XTreme, a competitive under-12 team formed from Tracy Youth Soccer League’s top players, finished as the top team in the California Youth Soccer Association District 8 Bill Meyers League.  Courtesy of Steve Dulkevich.
The girls of Tracy XTreme, a competitive under-12 team formed from Tracy Youth Soccer League’s top players, finished as the top team in the California Youth Soccer Association District 8 Bill Meyers League. Courtesy of Steve Dulkevich.
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The Tracy XTreme under-12 girls soccer team finished its season with a first-place victory at the California Youth Soccer Association District 8 Bill Meyer championship tournament on Saturday, March 1, and Sunday March 2, at Mary Grogan Park in Modesto.

XTreme coach Steve Dulkevich said that the 16-member team includes six girls who have been on the same recreational teams since their first under-6 season with Tracy Youth Soccer League.

He and fellow coach Fred West formed the XTreme team of the TYSL’s top U12 girls in November for the eight-game Bill Meyer league, followed by four more games in the 10-team championship tournament. XTreme finished with a 4-1 win over Calaveras in the championship match.

Team members are McKenna Bowman, Hallee Boyd, Maygan Brandt, Charlize Broussard, Alicia Camacho, Carolyn Dulkevich, D’Asia Gonzalez, Arianna Graziano, Sonia Guzman, Avery Hatfield, Hana Lucero, Nadia Mendoza, Payton Opperman, Samantha Saldivar, Alexis Villela and Jada West.

Contact Bob Brownne at 830-4227 or brownne@tracypress.com.

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