September 27, 2005 > FC Fremont
Week ending Sunday, Sept 18, 2005
by Mae Mackie
Game of the week:
During the second week of regular season, U10 Boys' Raptors played an amazing game against the Anaconda's on Saturday that resulted in a 5-5 tie. Sunny Singh made the first goal of the game with assistance from Sanket Desai who scored the remaining 4 goals. Solid defense was played by Rohan Parulkar, Tanay Vasavada, Jun Hirasawa and Akshay Patel.
Saturday, September 10th
U10 Boys Earthquakes started off the new season with a couple one point victories. On Saturday they out scored the Tigers 6-5. Mizan Rahman had a hat trick to lead the Earthquakes, with Sean Reilly and Jake Gordon also scoring. On Monday the Earthquakes outlasted a strong Rangers team 4-3. Mizan Rahman and Sean Reilly were the goal scorers for the Earthquakes. Justin Weightman had a solid game in goal as did defenders Mattherw Jimenez, Alex Olsen and Eddie Hernandez.
House U10 Boys: Red Rockets v. Chivas: The Red Rockets offered up a solid defense, allowing only one score in the first half with an outstanding performance by Erwin Rodriguez, #8 at goalie. Rodriguez played as though he was born to the goalie position, blocking many difficult attempts by the other team. Offensively Red Rockets were able to hold their position well in the first half, and maintain a strong passing game. In the second half, Mark Perry, #2 scored the team's first goal of the season! The team showed great rhythm and uniformity. It was impressive to see such teammenship, organization and positive spirit among the players! This was an all around good game for the Red Rockets. They played a solid opponent and the team had an opportunity to demonstrate their strengths. Top 5 players: Erwin Rodrigue, Mark Perry, Noah Keshner, Austin Gee, , Kevin Carscadden
House U12 Girls: Team 232 (Ice Cubes) played Team 220 (Blue Crush). The Blue Crush shut out The Ice Cubes 5 nothing. Players to score goals were Alanna Mozzetti, Katie Frazier, Elizabeth Mooney, and Jamie Camello. All players contributed to an outstanding defensive game allowing no scores.
House U12 Boys: The Twisters started the 2005 season opener with a 6-3 win over Team Chivas. Forward Solomon Mulugeta scored an incredible 5 goals in the game. Trevor Valentine scored the 6th goal with help from Edgar Garcia and an assist by James Bumanlag. Goalie Sanjeet Lally had three saves in the second half. Other Top Players: Benjamin Afana, Marc Ruffy, Matthew Williams, and Brandon Kuang.
House U12, Girls: Cheetahs 2, Silver Wolves 1: The Cheetahs scored the first goal of the game. There was good play by both teams. The only goal for the Silver Wolves was a midfield strike made by Soraya Wright #14. Maidison Cook #3 had very quick footwork taking the ball down the field. Malinda Cheung #10 kept the score tied at 1-1 with a great block in the 2nd half. The Cheetahs put up an impressive attack with several shots on goal in the 2nd half. They scored their second and final goal in the 2nd half.
House U12, Girls: The Tidal Waves had a 4-0 shut out against the Quakes. The Tidal Waves Allyson Hamro, Anita Kavalan, both with 1 goal each, Alicia Shi for a great goal assist, Sara Hearn and Anchal Ahuja with great defense.
Monday, Sept 12th
House U12 Girls: Blue Crush,4 v. Golden Tigers, 1. Blue Crush players who scored goals were Elizabeth Mooney, Katie Frazier, and Claire McLaggen. The top player goes to Paige Rath who gave 110%.
House U12 Boys: Vortex 1, Niles Bulldogs 0: Top Players: Kaua Asing, Ian Nelson, Chad Bice, and Liam Sheridan. Tough game with no score until mid second half when Kaua Asing made the only goal of the game.
U14 Girls: Fanta played an excellent defense game against Chaos. Fanta defenses, Erica Ohye, Savita Senthil and Erica Wong. guarded superbly, while Mid-fielders, Rachel Heng and Neha Teekappanavar aided both defense and offense. Fanta offense, Melody Chen and Iris Chen had tired out the opponent constantly.
Tuesday September 13th
House U10 Girls: Blue Jays vs. White Tigers: Outstanding players (Blue Jays): Devin Minter, Skyler Anderson, Ashley Payne.
House U10 Boys: Team163 Raptors, vs. Team 170 Raptors Team #170 scored early into the intense game. Late into the second half, Team#163 got a goal that was shot in by Gabriel Hiagares. With three minutes left in the game, Grayson Mah sneaked a shot pass the goalie and Team #163 prevailed with a dramatic comeback. Allen Zhu, Gautham Srikanth, and Ameer Khan held the defense tight. Go Raptors!!
House U14 Boys: Silver Bullets, 3 vs. Gators, 2. Silver Bullets Top 5 players: Nathan Ellebracht; Calvin Chiang; Adrian Ruiz; Max Dornfest; David Wilson. In the game against the Gators high winds made the ball go everwhere but midfielders Scott Kavanagh, Karthik Raman and Pallav Kumar played hard and kept the ball moving in the right direction, passing it deftly to forwards Nathan Ellebracht, Calvin Chiang and Adrian Ruiz who scored a goal each. David Wilson was strong in defense while Max Dornfest played exceptionally well defending the goal
Wednesday, Sept 14
U14 Girls: Roar v. Bubble Yumm: The Roar improved to 3-0 for the season with a pair of 5-0 victories over the Bubble Yumm and the White Tigers. Sadie Bachelder scored six goals in the two games, including four against the Bubble Yumm. Amanda Manyvanh scored twice and Sabreen Kahlon and Ajana Bala scored one each. Other outstanding players for Roar were Sadie Bachelder, Caitlin Torsney, Kayla Bushey.
Saturday, September 17th
U7 Boys Team 751 Red Dragons: Top Players: Avinash Jois, Angel Martinez, Justin McMullens.
U8 Boys Icebergs played the Sparks in an evenly-matched game. Top Icebergs Players: Stockton Stohl, Jacob McCluskey, Brandon Garcia, Sreejay Pedapenki, Michael McCluskey.
U-8 Boys Stingrays top players: Moody Alzaghari, Nick Bernstein, Oscar Baeza and Fabricio Perez
U10 Boys: Raptors played a good game against Golden Dragons, paced by Grayson Mah and Gabriel Higares with two goals apiece. The Raptors also had a shutout by the great goalkeeping of Roman Reed. The defense was held strong by Kyle Sandhu and Rohan Gogoi. Go Raptors!!
U10 Girls, Division 1, Al Caffodio League: FC Fremont Storm celebrated a successful weekend with back-to-back wins over the Pleasanton Rage (5-1) and the Newark Rush (3-1). Top Players: Megan Massone (4 goals, 1 assist), Marisa Padilla (2 goals), Shelby Brown (1 goal, 1 assist), Janelle Herrera (2 assists, outstanding defense), Yvette Cuellar (2 assists). Fremont's defense over the weekend was brilliant. Hannah Welker, Janelle Herrera, Shayla Funk and Sabrina Singh sparkled. Rock-solid Storm Goalkeeper Donna Wingfield notched another 10 saves this weekend, all but one in the game against Pleasanton.
U10 Boys Red Rockets played against the Titans and were defeated 6-1. The Red Rockets' lone score was a perfect team effort by Gabriel Papadopoulos and Austin Gee. Nicholas Fowlks made great attempts at goals while Erwin Rodriguez did a great job as goalie. Other top players included Ryan Bailey, Mark Perry, Noah Keshner.
House, U10, Boys Red Rockets vs. Smashing Pumpkins: Top players for the Red Rockets include Ishmel Pina, Rootvij Bage, Matthew Ho, Ryan Bailey, Kevin Carscadden
House U10 Girls: Blue Jays vs. Tigers: Outstanding players (Blue Jays): Harpreet Kaur, Katie Courville (goal), Claire Castren.
U10 Girls, House, White Tigers 0 vs the Blue Jays 0: The game was a strong defensive game for both teams. Rhianna Soares and Beth Oliver defended the White Tiger goal and kept the Blue Jays to a limited number of shots. White Tiger forwards Alex Jacobs, Heidi Johnson and Alex Mejia kept the pressure on the Blue Jays with numerous shots on goal but failed to score as the game ended in a tie without a goal being scored for either side.
House U12 Boys: The Twisters buried Team Avalanche with a 4-1 win in the Boys House under-12 FC Fremont Soccer category. The Avalanche scored the first goal, but the Twisters followed suit with an aggressive offense that allowed forward Solomon Mulugeta to score two goals. Marc Ruffy scored a goal with an incredible kick from just over the half-way line. Other attempts were made by the Twisters to score additional goals, but just narrowly missed. The last goal of the game was scored by birthday boy Matthew Williams. Other Top Players: James Bumanlag, Yobiel Kelati, Austin Barber, Trevor Valentine, Brandon Kuang
U12 Girls: Blue Crush played The Hornets, outscoring the Hornets 4 to 1. Goals made by Alanna Mozzetti, Katie Frazer and Paige Rath. Katie Frazer gave 110% today. The whole team played outstanding defense allowing only 1 goal.
U14 Girls: Fanta vs Icebreaker: Melody Chen scored two goals by herself and one goal with assist from Rachel Heng. Erica Ohye with aid from Nicole Gronski scored one goal for Fanta, they worked seamlessly. Miranda Alam shot another goal beautifully. Iris Chen, Christine Kim and Selina Mahesri are all great contributors for this game.
House U14 Girls: Roar 5, White Tigers 0. Sadie Bachelder had two goals and an assist and Sabreen Kahlon scored a goal and two assists. Amanda Manyvanh and Ajana Bala each scored a goal and Niara Wright added an assist. Other outstanding players for Roar included Ajana Bala, Rachel Frazer and Betsy Gomez.
House U14 Boys: Silver Bullets 5 v. Red Riders 1: Silver Bullets Top 5 players: Nathan Ellebracht; Calvin Chiang; Jason Teague, Mihir Jain; Alvin Cheng. Even though the Red Riders got the first goal in the game, Silver Bullets soon took over and scored five to their one with Nathan, Calvin, Jason, Mihir and Alvin scoring a goal each.. Joey Neri's incredible speed and fabulous steals made the game very interesting while Christian Meriles and Daniel Wong played exceptionally well as a forward and in Mid Field. Jason Teague also defended the goal very well.
Traveling House U19 Girls: The Fremont IceBreakers lost to the Dublin Fear 6-0. Jennifer Hackney had the only shot on goal for the IceBreakers, while Cynthia Severn and Tiffany Balbuena played well as goalies during their debut. Other top players included Melissa Maclure and Vanessa Ochoa.
Sunday, Sept. 18th
U10 Boys: The Earthquakes jumped out to a 3-0 lead over the Terminators and were able to hold on for a 4-2 win. Daniel Cordoza scored two goals for the Earthquakes, with Sean Reilly and Mizan Rahman adding one each. Alex Olsen led the defense in the first half shut out, with help from Matthew Jimenez, Eddie Hernandez and goalie Jake Gordon.
U13 Girls, Division I: The FC Fremont Lightning beat the Mt. Diablo Flame 4-1. Paige Diamond scored all 4 goals for the Lightning. Other top players were Megan Kufeld at goal keeper, and Shannon Genberg, Aubrey LaLumandiere, and Lauren Floro in defense.
Travelling House U19 Girls: The Fremont IceBreakers lost to the Newark Glory 5 to 2. Jennifer Hackney scored both goals for the IceBreakers. The first half ended at a 2 to 2 tie. Good game by Scarlett Spangler as goalie (also her first time playing goalie ) in the first half, Melissa Maclure, Sarah Escatel, and Aracely Salais.