MVLA Barcelona wins national title



Courtesy of Erin Montoya Barcelona, an under-14 girls team from the Mountain View Los Altos Soccer Club, is the 2018 champion of the Girls Elite Clubs National League. Barcelona beat the FC Stars (Massachusetts) 3-1 in the final July 7 in Richmond, Va. Leah O’Brien, Allie Montoya and Amalie Pianim scored for MVLA; Joelle Jung had two assists and Montoya the other. Front, from left: Amalie Pianim, Maddie Cunningham, Sierra Fuegmann, Charis Toney, Sofie Rodriguez, Mya Sanchez, GreenLee Kauinana, Ariel Thongkham, Sophia Sasaki, Freya Spiekerkoetter and Layne Kohler. Back: Kaia Flores, Leah O’Brien, Joelle Jung, Cadee Borg, Allie Montoya, Elle Roos and Mya Wheeler. Not pictured: Head coach Erin Montoya and assistant coaches Albertin Montoya and Tom Fuegmann.

Barcelona, an under-14 girls team from the Mountain View Los Altos Soccer Club, is the 2018 champion of the Girls Elite Clubs National League.

Barcelona beat the FC Stars (Massachusetts) 3-1 in the final July 7 in Richmond, Va. Leah O’Brien, Allie Montoya and Amalie Pianim scored for MVLA; Joelle Jung had two assists and Montoya the other.

MVLA Wolves conclude soccer season with winning record, 3rd-place finish


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MVLA Wolves coach Albertin Montaya, right, draws up a play for his team during a recent game.

The MVLA Wolves, the local team in the Women’s Premier Soccer League, finished the season with a 5-2-1 record that was good enough for third place in the Pac North Conference.

The Wolves capped their campaign with a 4-0 rout of the visiting Pleasanton Rage June 29.

Toni named head coach of SF boys soccer team

St. Francis High last week promoted Adriano Toni to head coach of its varsity boys soccer team.

Toni – an assistant last season – takes over for Seth Alberico, who stepped down due to outside work commitments, according to school officials.

Spartans, Lancers eliminated on PKs


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Mountain View High’s Lucy Tang, shown passing, said her Spartans failed to finish several chances in their NorCal loss.

Playing less than 2 miles apart, the girls soccer teams from Mountain View and St. Francis highs suffered similar fates March 6. Both squads lost Northern California playoff games on penalty kicks, despite creating several more chances than their opponents.

Host Mountain View played Granite Bay to a 1-1 tie before falling 4-2 on penalty kicks. Meanwhile, St. Francis lost 4-3 on PKs to visiting Woodland after the teams were tied at 2 at the end of regulation and overtime.


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