Boys, girls soccer teams tie Williams

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Abby Delao, the Winters High School girls goalkeeper just gets her fingers on the ball to push a hard shot outside the goal during a recent Warrior home game at Shirley Rominger School. (Photo by Eric Lucero)

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After two 80 minutes of non-stop action the Winters High School boys soccer team tied the visiting Williams Hornets by a score of 0-0. Obviously, it was a defensive battle that left both teams with all and none of the bragging rights.

The Winters girls soccer team ended their game with Williams in a tie as well, but this score ended with both teams putting the ball in the net three times each.

Karina Vazquez scored two of the Warriors’ goals. Keeley Stone scored a goal and had an assist, while Corinne McKenna and Michelle Reyes each had one assist for the Warriors.

On the defensive side of the ball, Abby Delao and Fatima Guzman each spent half the game at goalkeeper, with Guzman giving up two goals and making five saves, while Delao gave up one goal and had four saves.

The defense also had 35 steals with Katie Rotenkolber leading the team with eight. Stephanie Angel and Lizette Bermudez each had six steals. Reyes had four steals, McKenna and Victoria Olton each had three, Vivian Del Toro and Ivett Arellano each had two, while Vasquez added one steal.

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