Prep girls soccer: Indians suffer first MEL loss

By From page B1 | March 19, 2014

VALLEJO — The Armijo High girls soccer team lost its first Monticello Empire League match, Tuesday, falling 3-1 to Vintage.

The Indians (7-2, 3-1 MEL) allowed two first half goals to the Crushers who were also unbeaten coming into the game.

Anna Castro was Armijo’s goalie in the first half and allowed two goals but had seven saves.

Vintage scored its third goal off a penalty kick, getting it past the Indians’ second-half goalie, Taylor Morris, who had five saves.

The only goal for Armijo came from Eliana Galdamez, who shot it from 20 yards out on an assist from Erin Erwin.

The Indians host crosstown rival Rodriguez, Thursday.

Vanden 15, Fairfield 1: At Fairfield, the Vikings (3-4-1, 3-2 SCAC) were led by Megan Frizzie, who had four goals, while Casey Lostak scored three.

Josey Breeden and Ava Bell had two goals apiece.

Andrea Niel was in the net for the Vikings in the first half, allowing the Falcons’ only goal.

Vanden travels to Vallejo, Thursday.

Daily Republic staff


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