Island sports: Alameda Soccer Club update
ASC Sushi House Firepower 4, ASC Rovers 0
In a match-up of two well balanced teams, the Firepower’s Jackie Lim opened the games scoring with her first goal of the season. After the defenses battled back and forth, Maddy “Socks” Wilson entered the game and took the ball down the field and scored the second goal of the game. Shortly thereafter it was Maddy Wilson again for her second goal of the game to make it 3-0 Firepower. Kaitlyn Ogata capped the scoring with a late goal of her own. Molly Clem flashed her speed on defense as she continually cut off offensive advances by the Rovers.
ASC Sushi House Firepower 5, Montclair Cougars 1
The Cougars jumped out to an early 1-0 lead before Maddy Wilson, who entered the game as a sub, tied it with her first goal of the game. Kaitlyn Ogata put the Firepower ahead for good with a nice goal on a follow-up. Kendall Adams showed her leg strength and made the score 3-1 when she launched one from outside the box into the corner of the goal. Maddy Wilson added some insurance with her second goal of the game, a goal that deflected off the hands of the Cougars goalie into the net. Kaelyn Adams, not to be outdone by her sister capped the scoring with a goal of her own to make it 5-1. Hannah Corpuz continually outran her opponents on defense all game and kept the Cougars at bay.
ASC Nightmare 2, Oakland Centrals 2
The gold division ASC Nightmare team took an early lead with a wonderful cross from Lukas Pecson to Aitor Iriso streaking downfield and found the net for a 1-0 lead. Near the end of the half, Samet Tezdogan dribbled through defenders, passing to Alexander Orla-Bukowski who made a shot between two defenders to give ASC a 2-0 lead. Playing catch up Oakland took out goalie Vu Le, who left with a bloody lip and was replaced with Kaelin Rooney holding Oakland scoreless. Oakland came back in the second half with multiple shots on goal, however strong defense by Sven-Erik Said, William Ardourel and Noah Han keep the powerful Centrals in check. Oakland eventually scored two goals to tie the game at 2-2.