The Sierra College women’s soccer team, ranked 11th in the nation, lost to two-time state champion Cerritos 3-1 on Sunday in Rocklin.
Forward Cyanne Hoover scored for Sierra (4-1) on a shot over the Cerritos (5-1) goalkeeper.
Sierra also defeated Mendocino 6-0 last week. Midfielder Amanda McGrew scored two goals, including a shot from 25 yards after she received the ball at midfield and dribbled through Mendocino’s (1-5) center line.
Hoover also scored, as did Josie Ruzette, Anne Taylor and Janna Ylimaki. Recording assists were Jacquelynn Rocha, Alicia Segura, Kristina Stammer and Colleen Myers.
Girls U14 soccer
Rocklin Cheetahs 2, Roseville Starfire 0 – The passing of Brianna Ferro and shooting of Kourtney Milani gave the Starfire opportunities, but the Roseville team couldn’t find the net against the Cheetahs. Caitlin Conklin played well on defense for the Starfire.
Girls U10 soccer
Kicki Kickers 1, Tiger Lillies 1 – Ashley Rice scored for the Kickers, who received good performances from Annika Gresko, who was all over the field taking the ball from the opposition, goalkeeper Megan Huber and Izzy Ronald. The Kickers lost their first game to the Tiggers 3-1. Emily Martin scored for the Kickers, and Summer Frank and first-year players Maddie Weidner and Ashley Rice played well.
EYSC Mighty Lions 4, Ducks 1 – The Mighty Lions came within a few minutes of a shutout. Jordan Gotham scored two goals for the Mighty Lions, and Audrey Talmi and Paloma Garcia scored once each with Hailey Seva and Sarena Nielsen supplying the defense.
Boys U8 soccer
Roseville Rockets 4, Roseville Goal Sharks 0 – Riley Toman and Ryan Graydon each scored two goals for the Rockets.
Raging Rhinos 6, Cougars 0 – Grove Domer made many saves in goal for the Cougars, and Elias Durazo took several shots on goal. Jayce Sanford also saved several shots.
Earthquakes 2, Blitz 1 – Andrew Gordon scored both goals for the Earthquakes, and Camden Ferro had several shots on goal. Hallie Knudtson contributed on offense, and Brayden Loomis played well defensively.