Thursday, April 24, 2014
OKANOGAN – Okanogan moved up the Caribou Trail League soccer standings by handing Quincy its first loss of the season, 5-1, Saturday.
“We did a great job defensively, keeping the ball on their side of the field and not allowing them easy opportunities to score,” Okanogan coach Dean Klepec said. “When they got shots off, (goalkeeper) Enrique Vargas (12 saves) made great saves.”
“Our midfield also did a great job of pressuring them and distributing the ball and as did our forwards who finished well.”
Jason Perez got the Bulldogs on the board on an assist from Fabian Rodriguez.
After Quincy tied the match, Justin Rivas scored from Perez before Perez scored from Rivas for a 3-1 halftime lead.
Both goals in the second half came with Vargas booting to Perez, who passed to Rivas for the score.
Quincy beat Okanogan 4-3 in March.
Okanogan (7-2 overall, 6-2 league) is at Liberty Bell (8-1) for a non-league match Thursday then hosts Chelan (5-4-1, 5-3) on Saturday.
BREWSTER – Brewster stayed in the running for the Caribou Trail League boys soccer title with a 4-1 win Saturday over Cascade.
The Bears controlled the ball and used 17 shots on goal to get its points, assistant coach David Garcia said.
“We need to work on finishing,” he said.
Ricardo Garcia scored two goals and had an assist.
Jonathan Sanchez scored and had an assist.
Luis Rosales scored.
Victor Chacon finished with five saves following seven shots on goal by Cascade.
Cashmere (3-7 overall, 2-6 league) is at Brewster (6-1, 5-1) on Saturday.
CHELAN – Chelan walloped Omak, 10-0, in a league soccer match Saturday.
The Goats finished with 46 shots on goal, Chelan assistant coach Jim Broome said.
Omak (0-10 overall, 0-8) is at Quincy (6-3, 6-1) for a league game Saturday.
MANSON – Manson slipped past Bridgeport, 4-3, in a league soccer game Saturday.
Liberty Bell (8-1 overall, 2-0 league) is at Bridgeport (5-3, 1-1) on March 29.
WINTHROP – Liberty Bell knocked off Oroville, 7-4, in a league soccer match Thursday.
“For the coaching staff, it was good to see that we had scoring opportunities that weren’t there the first game,” Oroville coach Mike Pitts said. “Liberty Bell is first in the league for a reason. They’re a good team and move the ball well.
“Okanogan (7-2) is at Liberty Bell (8-1) for a non-league match Thursday.
Manson (2-3 overall, 1-0 league) is at Oroville (1-5-2, 0-2) on Saturday.
CASHMERE – Tonasket edged Cashmere, 2-1, in a shootout for a league soccer victory Thursday.
Marcelino Ruiz, Noe Vazquez and Abran Alvarez “played awesome” on defense, coach Jack Goyette said.
“Derek Sund was fantastic in the goal,” the coach said.
Isaiah Albright scored on a corner assisted by Cesar Reynoso during regulation.
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