Benicia and American Canyon soccer teams score victories – Times-Herald

The Benicia High soccer team defeated Maria Carrillo 25-14 on Friday night on the road.

The Panthers (2-0) rallied in the fourth quarter to score two touchdowns for the win.

With 9:09 remaining in the game, Morgan De Lago caught a 56-yard touchdown pass from Panthers quarterback Roman Lavezzo to make it 18-14.

Benicia increased her lead to 25-14 later in the fourth quarter when Darrell Hurd caught a 30-yard pass to make it 25-14. Hurd had two touchdowns in the game and also scored in the first quarter.

De Lago had the other touchdown for Benicia on a 5-yard run in the second quarter.

De Lago had 53 rushing yards, while also having five receptions for 113 yards.

Lavezzo threw for 258 yards, completing 14 passes on the night. Hurd had four receptions for 85 yards.

Benicia’s next game is on the road against Moreau Catholic before the Panthers return home against Rodriguez on Sept. 23.

American Gun 41, Berkeley 18

The American Canyon High football team bounced back from a heartbreaking loss a week ago to Burlingame by defeating Berkeley 41-18.

The Wolves led just 21-18 at the half, but outscored Berkeley 20-0 in the second half for the win.

American Canyon (2-1) plays next week on the road against Livermore.

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Cal Maritime 2, Multnomah 2

Ronald Squier and Nikhil Hunter each shot just once during Friday afternoon’s season opener at Williford Field in Portland, but each shot found the back of the net to help Cal Maritime to a 2-2 draw. in Multnomah.

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New NAIA rules regarding overtime applied to the Keelhaulers’ first game of 2022: Overtime, or double overtime, will only take place in postseason games, as games with a tied score , at the end of regulation time, will officially end as it is for all of regulation time. season.

Hunter’s goal came on his debut for the Keelhaulers, who equalized in the 10th minute following an early strike by the host Lions just over four minutes earlier.

Although MU regained the lead at halftime, Squier erased his team’s deficit in the 53rd minute by scoring his fourth career goal.

Tied 2-2 in the final moments of the game, another newcomer to CSUM, Nic Kashiwai’s attempt to break that tie for good was thwarted by Lion goalkeeper José López, sparing Multnomah a last-minute loss.

Noah Anderson and Jose Diaz also recorded a shot each in their opening game at CSUM; as with his other three teammates, each attempt was on target.

Cal Maritime’s inaugural road trip to Oregon will conclude on Saturday night when it takes on Warner Pacific in a non-conference contest at 7 pm. The Keelhaulers will arrive at the Eastside Timbers Sports Complex with an overall record of 0-0-1; after earning wins in three of their first four games of 2022, Multnomah will continue their season as 3-1-1.

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