AYSO Game Report for U12 Legacy vs. Burgundy Beasts Saturday, Oct. 30
By Wendy Watson
Saturday Oct. 30 brought a beautiful cloud-filled sky to the soccer fields at El Tejon School. Our U-12 teams were charged and ready to go as Legacy (coached by Laura Raymond and Loren Graham) and Burgundy Beasts (coached by Jeff Neeley and Bill Shillig, sponsored by Mountain Auto Body) met at the half line. Both teams were a force to be reckoned with. It was a very intense scoreless first half. Legacy keeper Robert Jensen and Beasts keeper Alex Smith swiped every ball that came their way.

In the third quarter of the game Mason Raymond of Legacy made a spectacular goal, assisted by teammate Lea Graham. The rest of the game consisted of numerous attempts to score from both teams. The energy and skill of Burgundy Beasts and Legacy made the game a challenging one for all players. In the last seconds of the game Lea Graham took the ball from her defensive position all the way to the net to score a goal! The game was entertaining to watch and the players and coaches displayed great sportsmanship making this game what A.Y.S.O. is all about… Fun, Fair and Safe!

Final score: Legacy 2, Burgundy Beasts 0

AYSO Game Report for U14 Tropic Thunder vs. Dynasty Saturday, Nov. 13

by Lee Bizzini

The cold, blustery day greeted Tropic Thunder, coached by Keisha Huning and Dynasty, coached by Beth Villanueva as they faced each other on Saturday, Nov. 13.

Austin Crist of Tropic Thunder wasted no time in scoring their first goal in the first quarter. However, Dynasty’s Taurino Rodriguez followed with one of his own, bringing the score to 1-1.

In the third quarter, both goalies, Danny Mosso, Tropic Thunder and Taurino Rodriguez, Dynasty, did a great job of blocking, yet Dynasty’s Alex Onyshko did manage to sneak one in.

Dynasty continued their lead in the fourth quarter thanks to Monick Ya Powers who blasted the ball into the goal, bringing the final score to 3-1 in favor of Dynasty. Congratulations to both teams as they go on to playoffs.




This is part of the November 12, 2010 online edition of The Mountain Enterprise.

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