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Wood High School's girls soccer season came to a sudden halt in the first round of the Sac-Joaquin Section Division II playoffs on Tuesday night...The Wildcats and host Antelope battled to a scoreless tie after regulation, and after two 10-minute
Staying true to this year's theme, Capital's defense was yet again stellar, while its offense struggled as visiting Mark Morris knocked off the Cougars, 1-0 (4-2 shootout), in the opening round of the 2A District IV tournament Saturday at Ingersoll
21 a.m.CDT Updated:Monday, April 22, 2013 11:51 a.m.CDT Senior Tyler Hansen gets slide-tackled on one of Newton's chances in Knoxville territory. The Cards lost a close game in penalty kicks to the Panthers on Friday night. (Dustin Turner/Daily News)
The Western side maintained a strong defence to prevent the visitors from crossing the try line during the game. Naitasiri scored all of its 15 points from penalty kicks through inspirational flyhalf Kolinio Vunaki. The home side displayed a spirited
Firebirds did not disappoint. "All the players played above and beyond themselves and gave every last ounce of energy and skill they had out there," said Fremont head coach Pedro Torres after the first round Division I contest against No. Salinas. "
Text Size: tool goes here Central High, starved for its first Central Section title in boys soccer, fired and fired and fired in regulation. And the balls clanked and clanked and clanked off the posts and crossbar.
With a knack for dramatics, the Oviedo Lions completed an amazing postseason run by defeating Miami Lourdes 1-0 (5-3 in penalty kicks) in the Class 5A state title game at Melbourne High on Saturday. The Lions (16-6-3) won on penalty kicks for the
The heated rivalry between the Barron Collier and Gulf Coast boys soccer teams reached a new level in Saturday's Class 4A regional semifinals. Playing for the fourth time this season, the North Naples foes battled for 100 scoreless minutes before
Staff reports Oviedo topped host Tarpon Springs East Lake in penalty kicks in a Class 5A state semifinal on Friday. Sophomore keeper Reagan Funaro blocked two penalty kicks, while Allie Jacobs, Jacquelyn Zipay, Emily Kobryn and Mariah Mattingly
After a scoreless regulation period and two seven-minute overtime sessions that didn't provide a goal, the sectional soccer game between Carroll and Bishop Dwenger went to penalty kicks, and Dwenger outscored the Chargers 3-2 for the 1-0 victory at