January 27, 2010 > Logan soccer showing signs of slowing down
Logan soccer showing signs of slowing down
After starting the 2010 calendar year 3-0-2 in the first five matches of January, the James Logan Boy's Soccer team is a mere 1-1-1 in the last three matches after falling to Mission San Jose 2-0 on Jan. 22.
Colts goalkeeper Brenden Tostado's three saves and a first half shutout were not enough as the Warriors were able to score twice in the second half.
Logan (10-7-3, 6-1-1) will take on Kennedy High School at Tak Fudena field on Jan. 27 at 7:45 p.m.
Boy's soccer: Kennedy 1, Washington 0
The hot streak continued for Kennedy on Friday night, Jan. 22 as the Titans extended their win streak to five in a row after defeating the Washington High Huskies 1-0, giving them a 6-3-1 overall record while holding on to a 6-2-1 record in the MVAL.
The Huskies struggles continue as they fell to 2-11-2 overall and just 2-5-1 in league play. Washington will look to end the season on a positive note when they take on Newark Memorial on Jan. 27.
Girl's Soccer: Logan 1, Mission San Jose 4
Much like the boy's team, the James Logan girl's soccer team has shown signs of inconsistency of late, losing three of their last five matches after a 4-1 loss against Mission San Jose on Jan. 21.
Both teams went into halftime tied at one goal a piece, but the Warriors came out on fire as Sarah Welker's hat trick sparked a three-goal second half for Mission San Jose.
Logan (9-6-2, 4-3-1) will look to turn things around against Kennedy on Jan. 26.
Girl's Soccer: Kennedy 1, Washington 2
The Kennedy Girl's Soccer team continued their struggles on Thursday, Jan. 21 as they fell to the Washington Huskies 2-1, extending their winless streak to seven matches.
The Titans could not overcome a 2-0 halftime deficit, despite cutting the lead to 2-1 in the second half.
Huskie's keeper Vianey Lopez recorded six saves in her second clean sheet of the season.
Washington (8-5-4, 6-1-2) will take on Newark Memorial on Jan. 26.
Girl's Soccer: Newark Memorial 2, Irvington 0
The Newark Memorial Girl's Soccer team ended their nine-game winless streak on Thursday, Jan. 21, defeating Irvington 2-0.
Two first half goals by Jessica Hernandez and Bryanna Lopes sealed the much needed win for the Cougars, who extended their record to 4-9-3 overall while going 3-2-3 in MVAL play.
Irvington (3-13-2, 0-7-2) will look for their first league win when they go up against Washington on Jan. 28.