North Bay BMX
North Bay BMX in Napa held a USA BMX Single Points Race on Oct. 12. The had 14 Motos with a total of 44 Riders. These are the top 3 finishes from each division.8 Girls
1. Shelby Richardson (Stockton). 2. Kylie Richardson (Stockton). 3. Tia Evans (Napa).
1. Andrew Duran (Fairfield). 2. Jacob Harrell (Fairfax). 3. Micah Kingman (Concord).
1. David Richardson (Stockton). 2. Eric Eitel (Petaluma). 3. Donovan Duran (Fairfield).
1. Bob Coover (Orinda). 2. Steve Miller (Napa). 3. Scott Miller (Napa).
1. Ryan Glickman (Antioch).2. Roland McBride (Vacaville). 3. Austin Broyles (Napa).
1. Dustin Duenas (Napa). 2. Spencer Marks (Napa). 3. Brendon Lammon (Napa).
1. Nick Goodacre (Santa Rosa). 2. Tia Raven (Vallejo). 3. Laken Carlson (Fairfield).
1. Maxwell Brown (Petaluma). 2. Gavin Dretzka (Vacaville). 3. Kalen Carlson (Fairfield).
1. Michael Bennett (Napa). 2. Vincent Corso (Santa Rosa). 3. Matthew Payne (Napa).
1. Cassius Anderson (Novato). 2. Gabriel Hall (Napa). 3. Robbie Gomez (Napa).
1. Donovan Duran (Fairfield). 2. Amya Raven (Vallejo). 3. Daniel Maunas (Pacifica).
1. Curtis Garlick (Novato). 2. Cory Maunas (Pacifica). 3. Neil Evans (Napa).
1. Andrew Duran (Fairfield). 2. Micah Kingman (Concord). 3. Jacob Harrell (Fairfax).
1. Maxwell Rund (Vallejo). 2. Seth Ponciano (Napa). 3. Coby Andrews (El Sobrante).
The Falcons faced off with the Lathrop Lions, with the Tiny Mites winning 56-0. Kamani Jackson had three touchdowns, Jordan Davidson had two and one each was scored by Andreas Garcia, Mekhi Davidson and Khiba Washington.
The Cadets won 35-7, with Sebastian LeMelle, Jai East, Jaden Robinson, Zion Booker and As’Jeah Richardson all scoring TDs.
The Jr. Pee Wee’s won 28-0, with Kurt Gandy scoring three TD’s, Trey Baker scored once and Solomon Antoni made three extra points.
The Jr. Midgets lost 14-6, with the lone TD coming from Charles Bradley.
U19 Girls Diamonds 8, Tornadoes 3: Melissa Medina fought hard to win the ball and made good passes to help the Tornadoes keep the game close in the first half. Trina Reynolds led a tireless offensive attack, scoring twice and passing the ball into scoring position. Alyssa Davis played tough defense, attacking the ball and making good stops. Jazmine Denis blocked every ball that could be stopped in goal.
Huskies 3, Cleats-On-Fire 0: Both games between these two teams this season were competitive. The Cleats-On-Fire made every effort to drive the ball to the Huskies goal, but the back line of Forrester, DeMorais, Kinder, and Tiernan held strong. The defender of the match was Tiernan. Scoring for the Huskies were Madeline Pitts, Delaney DeMorais, and Alani Decker.
Sharks vs. Stingrays: The entire Sharks team improved over the course of this short season. Dylan Montgomery lead the defense as stopper, stopping many advances by the Stingrays, and made many passes forward to turn the defense into offense. Chase Lewis and Jerrell Ramos worked in sync protecting the goal and returning the ball forward. Jack Wester made an drive from just behind midfield, and scored on a shot from 15 yards out. Harmon Binning did a good job in goal with many stops and kicks, putting the Sharks in positive field position.
Pythons 6, SWAT 0: In the first half, the Pythons’ Giselle Rivera and Karla Rios each scored two goals. In the second half, Madison Montgomery scored her first goal in a long time, and Amira Moore scored her first goal ever.
Phoenix Force 3, Heartbreakers 2: Avery Wilson played forward and passed well, and also scored the first goal. Ashlyn Haddon started out as goalie, blocking many shots and then as forward assisted her team to scoring position. Defender Sydnie Chang put the pressure on. In the second half, a Olivia Godinez scored the winning goal.
Sharks 3, Impact 1: The Sharks worked together and made improvement in their passing game. Midfielder Alexander Pitts was all over the Impact and kept them on their half of the field most of the game. If the Impact did get passed the midfielders, they were stopped by Addison Ramos, Giovanni Hernandez and Joseph Torres. The Sharks’ defense showed no fear when it came to attacking the ball.