Colfax High coasts to crown at tournament
Filling in for injured starter Amber Cramer, senior goalkeeper Beka Bolger helped the Colfax High girls soccer team post four straight shutouts over the weekend at the Cal Spring Classic in Woodland.
As a result, the Falcons won their flight’s championship for the second straight year.
The Falcons (4-0-1) topped Woodcreek 1-0 in their eight-team flight’s title match on Saturday. Colfax also beat River City 4-0 earlier in the day after beating Pioneer 1-0 and Laguna Creek 7-0 on Friday.
Cramer went down with an injury in the Falcons’ tourney opener and will miss a week or two, coach Steve Robinson said.
Junior forward Mathilde Bosgiraud, an exchange student from France, scored the winning goal against Woodcreek. Senior midfielder Kelli Johnston led the Falcons in scoring at the tournament, and forwards Hailey Davidson and Iona Lofrano had two goals apiece.
Lick-Wilmerding 7, Forest Lake Christian 3 at Woodland — The Falcons (0-2-1) gave up seven goals in the first half, then scored three in the second Saturday in their final match of the Cal Spring Classic.
Senior midfielder Christa Weisman scored two goals for FLC, with senior forward Katelyn Seitz assisting on both. Sophomore sweeper Emily English also scored off an assist from senior fullback Kaylee Lommori.
Lommori scored twice for Forest Lake Friday as the Falcons tied Amador 3-3. Weisman had a goal and two assists in the contest, and Seitz added an assist.
Placer 3, Golden Sierra 0 at Auburn — The Hillgals opened their season Thursday with a win over the Grizzlies at Railhead Park.
Junior defender Lianna Moneypenny and strikers Emma Obray and Ashley Noder each notched goals for Placer.
The Hillgals also went 1-2 over the weekend at the Cal Spring Classic. Placer beat Galt 2-0 on Saturday after falling to Woodcreek 2-1 and Bradshaw Christian 2-0 on Friday.