ET Soccer Roundup: Longview boys down Jacksonville, more
Jan. 12, 2018 at 10:36 p.m.
LONGVIEW 4, JACKSONVILLE 2: Alex Sarmiento scored twice, Blaine Wright had a couple of assists and the Longview Lobos rolled to a 4-2 win over Jacksonville on Friday at the Lobo Invitational.
Wright assisted on a goal by Jesus Galvin 15 minutes into the contest, and then dished to Rudy Guiterrez for a goal five minutes later.
With 10 minutes left in the half, Sarmiento dribbled through the defense after a throw in to find the back of the net and put the Lobos in front 3-0.
Jacksonville scored two minutes later to make it a 3-1 contest at halftime, but Sarmiento, off an assist from Will Sherman, scored the fourth goal for the Lobos and the defensive duo of captains Carter Sorrels and William Langston along with twins Jonathan and Jovanny Ontiveros solidified the win on defense.
The Lobos will face Hallsville at 8:30 a.m. today on the grass field, followed by Texas High vs. Henderson at 10 a.m., John Tyler vs. Forney at 11:30 a.m. and the Henderson JV vs. the Forney JV at 1 p.m.
On the turf at Lobo Stadium, it's the Longview JV vs. Kilgore's JV at 8:30 a.m., followed by New Summerfield vs. Lindale at 10 a.m., Lufkin vs. Kilgore at 11:30 a.m. and the John Tyler JV vs. the Lufkin JV at 1 p.m.
The varsity final is set for 4 p.m. at Lobo Stadium, with the JV final on tap at 4 p.m. on the grass field.
PINE TREE 5, POTEET 0: Tito Gimenez scored three times, Tony Molina added two goals and the Pine Tree Pirates cruised to a 5-0 win over Mesquite Poteet on Friday.
Luke Yoder assisted on one goal by Gimenez and also added an assist on one of Molina's goals. Valentin Gimenez chipped in with an assist for the Pirates.
SPRING HILL 5, ATLANTA 0: TATUM — The Spring Hill Panthers completed a perfect run through the competition, blanking Atlanta, 5-0, and defeating Hudson, 4-1, on Friday to win the championship at the Tatum Tournament.
The Panthers (6-3), went 4-0 in the tournament.
Spring Hill opened the scoring against Atlanta with an own goal, and then got goals from Chandler Thaden, Efren Barcenas and two from Manuel Flores. Hunter Martin, Flores and John Villamor had assists for the Panthers, with Darrel Paul and Cam Owens combining on the shutout in goal.
Spring Hill defeated Mineola (3-1) and Diboll (2-0) on Thursday.
Barcenas, Thaden, Flores and Martin were named to the all-tournament team.
WASKOM 2, LIBERTY-EYLAU 0: WASKOM — The Waskom Wildcats scored twice in the first half and made those two goals stand in a 2-0 win over Liberty-Eylau, moving to 2-0 on the young season.
Ivan Sanchez scored off an assist from Juan Castillo with 13 minutes left in the first half, and Jay Reeves added a goal three minutes later with Hugo Tapia assisting.
Adolfo Sanchez worked the shutout in goal for Waskom, which held a 22-8 edge in shots on goal.
Waskom will visit Bullard on Tuesday.
LONGVIEW 1, LUFKIN 0: LUFKIN — Carrie Gilliland scored 30 second into the contest, and a defense led by JV call ups Ashtyn Jones and Isabelle McMillian along with first-year varsity player Zoe Perry blanked Lufkin in a 1-0 win on Friday at the Lufkin Tournament.
Gilliland scored off an assist from Ana Aguilar to give the Lady Lobos the only point they would need with Mallory Burgess in goal.
Longview (3-0) will face Weatherford at 11 a.m. today.
PINE TREE 4, LINDALE 0: HALLSVILLE — Four different Lady Pirates scored, and Grace Roberts and Jordan Yoder handed out assists as Pine Tree rolled to a 4-0 win over Lindale at the Hallsville Tournament.
Sophie Fisher and Ariana Alba scored unassisted goals, with Roberts assisting on a goal by Leorah Haesecke and Yoder dishing to Alexis Vo for a score.
Sarah Moore and Abi Walker split time in goal.
Also on Friday, the Lady Pirates dropped a 2-0 decision to Pleasant Grove.
Pine Tree will meet Wylie East at 9 a.m. today at the tournament. The JV will face Sabine at 9 a.m. and Pleasant Grove at 1 p.m.
HALLSVILLE 3, WHITEHOUSE 0: HALLSVILLE — The host Hallsville Ladycats pitched another shutout in their own tournament on Friday, earning a 3-0 win over Whitehouse.
Peyton Montgomery had a goal and an assist for Hallsville, which opened the tournament on Thursday with a 7-0 rout of Lindale. Kylee Battles and Kennedy Conway added goals, and Evan Hampton and Mariah Martinez had assists for the Ladycats.