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Youth soccer: Davis Tsunami rolls to third at Soccer-fest; Hydra takes second in Presidents Cup

The under-10 Davis Tsuanmi squad shows off its bronze medals from Soccer-fest on March 8. Pictured, from left to right, are Coach Ryan Peek, Quinn Roos, Truman Raffuse, Connor Peek, Brent Haines, Armon Haddadan, Landon Lau, Shane Barzo, Quinlan Blair, Jimmy Noctor-Cerdeno, Assistant coach Melissa Barzo.
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365体育投注PLEASANT HILL — The Davis Tsunami, an under-10 boys Select soccer team, defeated Walnut Creek Surf (White) 4-3 in a double-overtime game on Sunday, March 8, to finish third in the PHMSA Soccer-fest Tournament.

365体育投注Davis, coached by Ryan Peek and assistant Melissa Barzo, had a strong start and scored three straight goals in the first half. Shane Barzo found the net first, finishing off a solid passing combination from Armon Haddadan and Truman Raffuse. Armon Haddadan rounded out the scoring with a brace of goals set up by solid defense from Quinn Roos and James Noctor-Cerdeño.

365体育投注The second half was a different story as the Surf scored three straight despite a few near misses for the Tsunami from Brent Haines and Landon Lau.

365体育投注Thanks to some solid midfield and defensive efforts by Connor Peek and Quinlan Blair, the game remained tied at the end of regulation.

365体育投注Two overtime periods were required to settle the match, with both teams taking aim at the back of the net without a result. Shane Barzo kept a clean sheet in goal, helping keep the score tied at 3-3.

365体育投注The game appeared to be headed to penalty kicks, but with less than two minutes remaining, the speed of Noctor-Cerdeño brought a dangerous run up the sideline and into the opponent’s half. After a pass back into the middle, some quick combination play between Raffuse and Haines helped set up a swervy run by Haddadan past two defenders near the top of the box before finishing a shot past the keeper into the net at the far post. Zach Asmundson though not present for the final game contributed to the team’s advancement in the earlier games.

Zach Asmundson throws in the ball and Armon Haddadan captures it midair and then passes it to Shane Barzo, who then moves it forward.
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Davis Hydra
The under-12 boys Select Davis Hydra soccer team placed second in the Presidents Cup in Sunnyvale after falling to Winters, 1-0, in the final last month. The Hydra advanced to the final match with a 4-0-1 mark.

Members of the team are David Albeck, Jaden Vargas, Tristan Vargas, Jonah Spang, Alexander Guzman, Mateo Sedillo, Diego Jimenez, Callum Wyeth, Nathan Bourne, Landon Dunbarr, Noah Ross and Rahmon Haddadan. The team is coached by Daniel Sedillo and Andrew Wyeth.

The Davis Hydra soccer team with their silver medals. Pictured, from left to right, are David Albeck, Coach Andrew Wyeth, Jaden Vargas, Tristan Vargas, Jonah Spang, Alexander Guzman, Mateo Sedillo, Diego Jimenez, Callum Wyeth, Nathan Bourne, Landon Dunbarr, Noah Ross and Rahmon Haddadan and Coach Daniel Sedillo.
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