Sports Roundup: Lake Tahoe CC men’s soccer ties twice at Hartnell Tournament, South Tahoe boys soccer falls to Carson
LTCC MEN’S SOCCER TIES TWO, LOSES ONE AT HARTNELL TOURNAMENT
SALINAS, Calif. — The Lake Tahoe Community College men’s soccer team didn’t score a goal in three matches at the Hartnell Tournament last weekend, Sept. 2-4. The Coyotes still managed a pair of scoreless draws against Southern California opposition, tying San Diego Mesa College (Calif.) on Saturday and Los Angeles Mission College (Sylmar, Calif.) on Sunday.
Lake Tahoe (1-2-3) opened the tournament with a 2-0 loss to Irvine Valley College (Irvine, Calif.) on Friday. The Lasers scored twice in the first half to hand the Coyotes a defeat and drop them into the consolation side of the bracket.
The Coyotes’ last two matches at the tournament both finished without goals. All three of LTCC’s opponents at the tournament were playoff participants last season — Irvine Valley and Los Angeles Mission each made it to the third round.
Lake Tahoe returned to action at home Tuesday, Sept. 6, against American River College (Sacramento, Calif.). The Coyotes host San Francisco City College (Calif.) on Saturday, Sept. 10 — kickoff is scheduled for 1 p.m.
VIKINGS BOYS SOCCER FALLS TO CARSON 2-1
SOUTH LAKE TAHOE — The South Tahoe boys soccer team scored its first goal of the season Friday, Sept. 2, but it wasn’t enough to avoid defeat. The Vikings fell to Carson 2-1 at Viking Stadium, with the Senators scoring the game-winning goal 10 minutes into the second half.
South Tahoe (0-2) returns to action Wednesday, Sept. 7, when it opens 3A Northern League play against Lowry. Kickoff at Viking Stadium is scheduled for 5 p.m.
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