COSTA MESA — The kid with the yellow cleats is Jerry Rosete. He goes by a different name on the soccer field, though.
"He likes to be called Perry," said Taylor Strook, his College Park Elementary School teacher.
Strook heard "Perry's" name called a couple of times at Costa Mesa High Wednesday.
Rosete scored twice to lead College Park to a 4-1 victory over Lincoln in a third- and fourth-grade boys' bronze division opening game at the Daily Pilot Cup.
Someone on Lincoln's side said Rosete must be a good player because of his bright cleats.
Rosete stood out early in the second half against a team playing a kid down and with two second-graders.
Rosete gave College Park the lead for good in the 27th minute. He beat the keeper, sneaking a left-footed shot toward the far post to break a 1-1 tie. Rosete celebrated with the College Park's seven other position players on the pitch.