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6C Wednesday, Oct. 6, 2010 Bulletin, Progressive, Record, Reporter occer Shannon Morrow Sports Editor sports@pl umasnews•corn The sideline was packed at Quincy's soccer field last Saturday, when the Quincy and Portola boys' and girls' soccer teams met for back-to- back matches amid home- coming celebrations• All the spectators from Quincy and Portola were treated to two very good matches• Quincy won the girls' match 1-0, and Portola won the boys' match 3-2• In the girls' match, Quincy scored early on a penalty kick shot in by Cecillia To- var, and then the rest of the Portola's Pedro Benuto, game went scoreless, above, is closely pu(sued by "I was really impressed Quincy's Henry Dil|ingham. with our defense," said Pot- In the girls' match, right, Por- tola coach Dave Valle. "Ittola's Sarah Johnstone and was solid. We started with a •Quincy's Alexis DeCoe com- lot of inexperienced girls, pete for the ball. Photos by but they've really picked it Shannon Morrow up." Quincy coach Lynn Koeller commented that her team was missing a couple players• nected with a header off a Following the girls' match, well-placed corner kick from the boys took the field and Benuto. played 80 minutes of intense Les Carr and Jose Avalos soccer, also delivered assists for Quincy scored first with aPortola. Garrett Hagwood goal by Alex Lemnah, and earned an assist for Quincy. then Portola tied the match with a penalty kick by Pedro Chester and Quincy girls Benuto. On a hot day with temper- Benuto then scored again atures in the mid 90s, the to give Portola a 2-1 lead, but Chester and Quincy girls' Quincy tied it with another soccer teams played to a 1-1 goal by Lemnah. draw in Quincy Wednesday, Lemnah's second goal was Sept• 29. off a free kick from midfietd, Chester struck first early which he aimed perfectly in- in the second haft, when Mi- to.the top right corner of the randa Lemons scored off a goal, out of reach of the ke p- keeper deflection after a shot er. by McKenna Taylor. The score at halftime was Quincy leveled the score 2-2• Portola put in the game- midway through the second winning goal in the secondhalf off a PK by Kristen haft when Mario Juarez con- Koeller. soccer pl on Playing in a tough venue Wakeford earned his second at College of the Redwoods, clean sheet of the season, the Feather River Collegemaking three saves for FRC. men's soccer team earned at The draw put the Feather 0-0 draw at a crucial point in River College men at 2-2-3 the season Oct. 1. overall. "That football field we had to play on may be the worst Women soccer field in the confer- The FRC women's soccer ence, so walking away with team lost 3-0 to College of the a point is not a bad thing," Redwoods Oct. 1, and is still said coach Don Williams. struggling to find its early Williams was referring toseason form after the loss of the fact that the football key player Chelsea Kocher- field, which also serves as. hans, who went down with a the soccer field, is veryseason-endingACLtear. rounded and quite torn up, "I am still waiting for making it difficult to con- someone to step up and fill nect passes on the ground, her shoes," said Williams. which is how the Feather "We have plenty of capable River men and women pre- players to do that, but no fer to play the game. one has claimed the consis- The match turned out t6 tent leadership role yet on be fairly lopsided in terms of the pitch," possession time, with theThe first goal came for Golden Eagles holding onto Redwoods when the ball the ball 80 percent of the took a bad bounce off the match and outshooting Red- rough football field pitch woods 21-8. and bounced up to strike the "I have no doubt that ourarm of a defender for the men will be more comfort-Eagles. able on our home pitch The official judged that a when Redwoods visits us on penalty kick should be Tuesday, Oct. 26," said awarded and the Lady Ea- Williams. gles found themselves down Sophomore Juan Garcia 1-0 just 29 minutes into the led all players with fourmatch. shots on goal and had theThe score line remained 1- Eagles' best two chances of 0 through the. half. The Lady the day. Eagles made a few halftime Perhaps the best opportu,adjustments that resulted in nity came when freshman more second-half shots, but Alex Reyes of Incline, Nev., they could not find the back crossed a rocket of a ball ofthenet. through the six-yard box,Redwoods found the Ea- and Garcia slid in with agles' freshman keeper and shot. However, soccer being Portola native Kayla Healy a game of inches, the ball up to the task of making five skimed off the bottom of saves onthe day, includinga • Garcia's boot and slid just penalty kick save in the 40th wide of the net. minute. However, Redwoods "I think that play typified slotted two more goals. how we were barely missing "We are proud of the way the back of the net all game Kayla has stepped in for our• long," said Williams. "The injured starter Kirsten Coul- good news is, we are creat- tas," said Williams. "We ing chances and playing sorely miss Kirsten's leader: tractive soccer. 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