STHS girls edge Manogue
October 7, 2008
Shelbi Spicer scored two goals and Cassidy Berg scored what turned out to be the game-winning goal in the second half as the South Tahoe girls’ soccer team beat Bishop Manogue 3-2 in a Sierra League game on Tuesday at the Community Youth Sports Complex.
Cassandra Diaz assisted on two of the goals, while Becky Bruce hooked up with Spicer in the first half for the Vikings, who went into halftime tied 1-1 with the Miners. Spicer’s second goal and Berg’s goal gave STHS a 3-1 lead early in the second half, but Manogue found a late goal to narrow the final margin.
“They literally had two shots on goal and they scored on both of them,” said STHS coach Clint Lockhart.
South Tahoe (13-1-3 overall, 7-0-2 league) continues league play when it plays improving Galena on Saturday in Reno.
Incline soccer blanks WHS boys
The Incline boys’ soccer team scored two goals in each half in cruising to a 4-0 Tahoe League win over Whittell on Tuesday in Zephyr Cove. The Warriors’ best chance to score came in the second half when Alex Szendry’s blast from 20 yards out was initally saved by the keeper before hitting the post.
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“Incline has a lot of skilled players and is definitely good, but I think Truckee is still the best,” said WHS coach Steve Maltase.
Whittell (7-8-2 overall, 0-4-1 league) plays a non-league game at Fernley on Thursday.
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