NorCal soccer: Leigh, Christopher women earn regional championships
No. 3 Leigh 1, No. 1 Granite Bay
Leigh won the California Interscholastic Federation Northern California Division II regional championship on the road Saturday around Granite Bay as UCLA-bound The united states Frias scored the only aim, 5 minutes into the video game.
“She’s a very fantastic player, but what helps make her great is that she can make her teammates all around her much better.” Leigh coach Nick Hatzke.
Leigh manufactured a 120-mile excursion to the Sacramento spot for the second time in three days.
The two times resulted in a celebratory ride dwelling.
“All the credit history goes to the girls,” Hatzke stated. “I feel they’re genuinely fantastic gamers and some truly superior individuals and leaders.”
Leigh finished 19-1-2.
No. 1 Christopher 1, No. 2 Pioneer
In a matchup among groups from the Central Coast Portion, Christopher came out on top to earn the NorCal Division IV crown in excess of Pioneer.
Jenna Urrabazo gave the Gilroy school the guide with a goal in the 70th minute.
“I would not say on paper (that) this is the most talented team leading to base that we have ever had at the school, but certainly the hardest doing the job for each individual other,” Christopher mentor Matt Oetinger said. “Just a exceptional staff, a outstanding year, performing one thing that no group in the school’s record has ever carried out in advance of.”
Christopher enhanced to 14-5-1.
No 1. Classic 2, No. 3 Sacred Heart Prep 1
Sacred Coronary heart Prep fell short in the Division IV championship towards No. 1 seed Classic.
Luke Maxwell scored in the very first five minutes on an support by Carlos Deras.
But Vintage scored two 2nd-fifty percent goals to acquire the lead, with the sport-winner coming in the past 10 minutes.
“I assume anyone did almost everything attainable in tonight’s game,” SHP mentor Armando del Rio stated. “The past few months they were taking part in with a championship mentality.”
SHP concluded 16-6-2.
No. 4 Patterson 3, No. 2 Aragon
Aragon fell short in the Division III closing, losing at house to Patterson. Aragon concluded 16-5-5.