PREP ROUNDUP: Marysville soccer blanks Dixon
YC shuts out Woodland
Neil Lingenfelter scored the game-winning goal with 25 minutes remaining in the second half and the Marysville High boys soccer team packed in its defense at the end to pick up a 1-0 Golden Empire League victory over Dixon at Marks Field in Marysville on Wednesday.
With the win, the Indians improved to 8-2 overall while upping their record to 2-0 in league play.
"They beat us 13-1 and 8-0 last year, so they were stunned we beat them," Marysville coach Steve Tennis said. "Our whole defense just played great today."
Freddy Terriquez recorded nine saves in goal to preserve the shutout, and Tennis praised the defensive effort of Erik Tinoco, Jaime Tinoco, Andrew McFarland and Taylor Zaytsow in the victory for the Indians.
Marysville (0-3-1, 0-1) dropped the junior varsity match 8-0. Jesus Basulta played well defensively for the Indians, coach Dallas McBride said.
Yuba City 1, Woodland 0
In Woodland — Jaime Chavez scored on an assist from Donovan Guzman in the first half and the Honkers held off the Wolves to earn a Tri-County Conference victory on the road.
Coach Sean Nelson lauded the midfield play Christian Serrano and Javier Fernandez for Yuba City (5-3-3), which moved to 2-1 in TCC play with the victory.
The Honkers (4-3-1, 1-1-1) lost the junior varsity match 2-1. Julian Chavez scored the goal and Josh Contreras notched the assist for Yuba City.
Sutter 3, Marysville 0
In Sutter — Brooke Smallwood delivered seven straight service points in the first game, Mikayla Caldwell followed with eight points in a row and the Huskies went on to cruise past the Indians by scores of 25-13, 25-18, 25-16 in a nonleague match.
Caldwell finished the night with 11 kills, Ava Payton tallied 10 kills and an ace, Erika Larsen finished with five kills and two blocks, and Savannah Besso dished out 20 assists in the win for Sutter (12-7).
Reyna Williamson tallied five kills, two assists, two digs and a block for the Indians, while Candice Hugi totaled five kills and two digs.
Annie Wooten amassed two kills and five digs. Brooke Bigley recorded six digs for Marysville (7-6).
Sutter also won the junior varsity match 25-8, 25-21. Sara Stephenson had eight kills and five aces, Taylor Cooper added four kills and Chloe Heape tallied 11 assists in the victory.
Haley Williamson picked up three kills and a block, and Haley Williams and Savannah Harris had a kill each for Marysville (7-4).
The Huskies won the freshman contest 25-7, 25-12 as well.
Marysville's Angelica Maples and Megan Sandler each had two kills while Maples added two assists for the Indians (2-6).
Pirates, Huskies run at Butte View League meet
In Colusa — Wheatland's Spencer Koski placed fourth at the first Butte View League varsity boys meet of the season by finishing the 3.1-mile course in 18 minutes, 43 seconds.
Sutter's Diego Montes timed in at 19:28 and teammate Quinten Gruenthal was clocked at 20:21.
The Huskies also received strong performances in the 2.2-mile junior varsity boys race with Alec Bell taking second (13:34), Scott Roberts placing third (13:54) and Taylor Chambers taking fourth (14.11).
David Ries took eighth (14:23) and Keenan Murphy placed 11th (14:55) to lead the way for the Pirates.
Taylor Ford (16:57) and Jessica Jimenez (17:02) led the way for the Sutter girls in the junior varsity race.