Makena Owen assisted on Richley's game-winning goal as stellar
Tiger defense was provided by Mary Yeager, Delany Bell, Britany Stair
and Victoria Meer. Kylee Pochirowski and Tabitha Goff played steady
in goal for the Tigers.
* Bratz 1, Galaxy Girls 0
The Bratz and Galaxy Girls struggled to a 0-0 tie into the fourth
quarter until Claire Castillo broke the tie to give the Bratz the
Standout efforts came from Kelly Kindgren, Courtney McIntosh,
Alexandria Kehoe, Katie Escher, Zoe Sanglerat, Maria Swift and Milena
Both Brenna Landstrom and Madeleine Gallardo played solid in goal
for the Bratz.
In girls under-14 action:
* Goldfishies 3, Shockers 2
Led by Teyana Moyer's two goals, the Goldfishies came back from a
2-0 deficit to edge the Shockers Saturday.
Nikki Liddicote assisted on both of Moyer's goals as the
Goldfishies defense rallied behind Karli Kuhns and Shaina Griffing
and a penalty kick from Taren Seimonsma.
In boys under-10 play:
* Killer Bees 3, Fighting Ninjas 2
Timmy Root scored all three goals for the Killer Bees in the win
as the Bees took an early lead over the Fighting Ninjas.
Taylor Wildman scored two goals for the Ninjas as Matthew
Buchanan, Cody Caldwell and James Jarvis all combined on several
Zach Buie had a shot on goal with Dustin Ayres and Ryan Ridley
playing strong defense.
* Blue Bombers 6, Volcanoes 0
Anchored by solid goaltending and opportunistic scoring, the Blue
Bombers shut out the Volcanoes Saturday.
The Bombers were led by Nolan Mena's three-goal outburst (one off
a penalty kick), Marco Urquiza's two goals and David Varona's one
Support was provided by Brodi Beal, Jack Murrel, Nicolas Jaber and
Bombers' goalkeeper Ryan Davidson kept the Volcanoes scoreless
while defensive aid came from Kyle Regan, Ethan Murray and Slayter
* Rockets 5, Blue Blasters 1
Caleb Candelaria scored the lone goal for the Blue Blasters, who
were also led offensively by Misha Pakvasa, Paul Tadross, Trey
Franklin and Paul Weisinger.
The Blue Blasters used three goalkeepers, Jake Likich, Candelaria
and Brecht Van't Hof, to stop the Rockets.