Local roundup: Bear River soccer defeats Mesa Verde, 5-1
Bear River’s soccer team put in a sound effort, defeating Pioneer Valley League rival Mesa Verde 5-1 Thursday.
Cameron Lambert had a huge hand, er, foot, in the victory, slicing in a goal and adding two assists in the game.
David Beress opened the game’s scoring with a goal in the third minute. Lambert followed with his goal in the 10th minute and Danny Delaveaga booted in another before the half.
Mesa Verde got its first goal on a penalty kick outside the box, but the Bruins got a peculiar goal of their own when defender Justin Schuler lofted in a goal in the 73rd minute from center field.
Beress concluded the day’s scoring with an assist from Eddie Millington. The Bruins are now 3-3-4 in the PVL and 6-5-5 overall.
JV: BR 3, Mesa Verde 0
Danny Kistner, Jess Stern and Trevor O’lena each scored en route to a 3-0 win over Mesa Verde Thursday.
The Bruins are 5-2-3 in the Pioneer Valley League and 9-2-4 overall.
Update on game
Forest Lake Christian’s boys soccer team will be playing at their homecoming at home at 4 p.m. today. They were previously planning to play a night game at J. David Ramsey stadium at Bear River High School, but coach Thad Kopec decided against the field because of rainy and muddy conditions. Bear River affirmed Kopec’s decision by letting him know ahead of time the field was unplayable.
NU 3, Del Oro 0
Nevada Union continued its dominance of the Sierra Foothill League, beating Del Oro in straight sets, 25-8, 25-10, 27-25.
Kristin Dolly recorded three kills, three blocks and two digs. Kylie Miraldi had six kills, four blocks and an ace. Christian Woodruff had six kills, three aces and 12 digs.
Sara McAtee led the team with 12 kills and enjoyed three blocks and a dig.
The Miners have a 9-0 in the league and 28-4 overall. The team’s next match is on Tuesday against Oakmont at home.
JV: FLC 2, Forest Hill 0
Every single player touched the court for the Falcons in the last season game for Forest Lake Christian.
Katie Kyle served exceptionally well again for the Falcons to help the team beat Forest Hill, 25-12, 25-19. Kyle mixed up her short and long serves for 19 points on the night. The Falcons finish 13-3 overall.
“I’m just really pleased with the season,” coach Jill Menary said.
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