Jessup women lose lead, soccer match

By: Staff reports
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Lindsey Cesena scored in the 19th minute for William Jessup University (6-4-1, 3-1 CalPac), but Menlo (3-7-1, 3-1) scored twice in the second half for a 2-1 victory Tuesday in Atherton.
Jessup sophomore Hekla Goodman was named CalPac Offensive Player of the Week for Oct. 5-11. She had three goals and two assists to help the Lady Warriors beat Mills and Bethany.
Jessup beat Bethany 4-0, scoring all four goals in the second half.
Sierra 0, Delta 0 – The visiting Wolverines (6-2-4, 2-1-3 Big 8) dominated possession and had several opportunities in front of the net but couldn’t score on the Mustangs (4-7-2, 1-4-2).

College men
Menlo 2, William Jessup 1
– Alex Vukic’s second goal of the game, a flick past goalie Tim Rusher in the second overtime, gave Menlo (3-6-2, 3-1-1 CalPac) a win over the Warriors (4-7, 3-2). Ricky Ward scored for Jessup in the 79th minute on a pass from David Ayvazyan.
Bethany 3, William Jessup 2 – Substitute midfielder Pat Schalin scored both goals for the Warriors.

U14 girls
Roseville Starfire 4, Lincoln TLC 0
– Mackenzie Kirkpatrick scored two goals, and Kiersten Killmer assisted on a goal as part of her strong game to lead the Starfire.
Kourtney Milani headed at least six balls during a stout effort, Lauren Bailey started several breaks from her position on defense, and Alex Evans and Camryn Franks each scored a goal for the Starfire.

U8 boys
Cougars 2, Wiley Coyotes 0
– Carson Ferro and Sebastian Walker scored a goal each to lead the Cougars. Phillip Semenov helped shut down the Coyotes’ offense, and Elias Durazo played aggressively and started many breaks.

U6 coed
Earthquakes 3, Astros 1
– Andrew Curtan scored two goals, Hallie Knudtson scored a goal and played aggressively, and Brayden Loomis stopped several shots on goal for the Earthquakes.