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Posted: Friday, September 20, 2002 10:00 pm

Tigers and Flames tie yet again

Soccer matches aren't formal affairs, yet the Tokay Tigers and Lodi Flames keep leaving their matches with ties.

With three ties in five San Joaquin Athletic Association games coming into their match against visiting St. Mary's on Friday, the Tigers couldn't find the net but neither could the Rams in a 0-0 stalemate, the Tigers' fourth deadlock in league play.

Although Lodi did find the net at Lincoln, the two teams were knotted at two apiece when the horn sounded, giving the Flames their third tie in SJAA play.

"We'd rather get the win but it's better than a loss," Tokay coach Ruben Gomez said. "Although, it's time to start worrying about all the ties."

Had it not been for the play of keeper Greg Cundari, who had eight saves in the match, the Tigers may have walked away with their first league loss.

"He was outstanding, especially in the first half," said Gomez. "Our defense played great today."

Defenders Brandon Masai, Charlie VanSicklen, Danny Valencia and Kyle Barrow all had

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outstanding games for the Tigers (3-1-4, 2-0-4 SJAA), Gomez said.

Lodi 2, Lincoln 2

With starter Patrick Ianni out with a foot injury and starter Pete Mullenbach likely out for season with a shoulder injury, the Flames still managed to tie the Trojans on two goals by Dustin Stafford.

Each time Stafford gave Lodi the lead, only to watch Lincoln tie the game.

Cole Killion and Gustavo Teran had assists for the Flames (4-0-4, 3-0-3 in SJAA).

Down 2-1, Lincoln scored the game's last goal on a free kick from about 20 yards out with 16 minutes left. The Flames outshot the Trojans 14-5.

Armando Casillas, Andrus Alegre, Andrew Barba, Jon Siegfried and Jose Ramirez had outstanding games for Lodi.

"It's probably the best overall game we've played all year considering the starters we were missing," Lodi coach Don Rostomily said.

Frosh-Soph

Lodi 2, Lincoln 1

Sammy Abu scored the game-winning goal with two minutes remaining and keeper David Olivares made seven saves, including a clutch stop on a penalty kick, to lead the Flames (5-1 SJAA).

Refugio Ramirez scored Lodi's other goal and Erik Flores and Matt Council each had an assist. Scott Dornton had an outstanding game.

Tokay 2, St. Mary's 0

Jeremy Hill and Paul Marquez each scored a goal and Tyler Sinclair and Allan Cerecero each had an assist for the Tigers.

Cerecero also had three saves. Isaac Barrientos, Juan De La Torre and Mike Salazar had outstanding game for the Tigers (4-1-1 SJAA).

Water polo

Varsity Girls

Sierra Shootout

Lodi beat Nevada Union 11-5 in the opener. Staci Werner had five goals, Morgan Diehl had four and Kristen Pietzryk and Monica Schuh each had one.

Meghan Christy had nine saves in goal.

In the second game, Lodi defeated Clayton Valley 7-1. Diehl had four goals, Werner had three and Christy had 12 saves.

Frosh-Soph Boys

Valley Tournament

Alex Colla and Gregg Stevens each scored four goals as Lodi defeated Buhach Colony 9-3 in the opener. Kaleb Fashner added a goal.

Dylan Cox had six saves in goal for the Flames.

In the second game, Stevens scored three goals, Colla added two and Fashner, Stefan Jolly, Patrick Walton, Scott Crivelli and Andy Stewart each had one as Lodi beat Del Oro 10-2. Cox had two saves.

Lodi defeated Ceres 14-6 in the third game. Stevens had three goals and Colla, Robby Weybret, Chuck Buchanon and Faschner each had two. Tyler Selles and Cameron Davis added one apiece. Cox had three saves.

Football

JV

Lodi 48, Bear Creek 0

Jory Canapa caught two TD passes and Joe Millunzi, Albert Marroquin, David Cruisenberry, Josh Gonzalez and Chase Zacari each had a running score in Lodi's victory.

Andrew Schultz kicked five extra points and Mike Thomas added one.

Canepa also had an interception and Millunzi had a fumble recovery for the Flames (2-0, 1-1 SJAA).

Mother Lode League

Lodi Bobcats

The Lodi Bobcats varsity team defeated the Amador Nuggets last Saturday 28-0. Demetrius Mass rushed for 140 yards and two TDs on four carries. Chris Hughes ran three times for 84 yards and a score.

QB Matt Jones connected with tight end Trent Dean for a 15-yard touchdown pass. Mike Robles added four points on PATs to complete the Bobcat scoring. Mike Robles had 13 tackles and cornerback Eric Hill added 5.

Lodi's JV team shut out the Nuggets 22-0. Lodi's Matt Davis had three rushing touchdowns. QB Chapin Fowler connected with Casey McCurdy and Alex Deleon for long gains.

The bantam Bobcats lost to the Nuggets 7-0 in a defensive battle.

Golf

Special Olympics

Lodi's Kay Fry recently carded a three-day total of 111-102-100 - 313 at the National Special Olympics Golf Invitational in St. Lucie, Fla. He finished 97 strokes over par to win the gold medal in lower division of Level 5 play.

VOLLEYBALL

Varsity

Beyer 3, Lodi 2

Megan Ledbetter had 20 assists, eight kills and seven digs as Lodi lost 3-15, 15-7, 15-13, 9-15, 15-4. Breanna Woodyard had 10 kills and three blocks, Broasha Shelton had 17 digs and one ace and Katie Raymond had six kills and six blocks.


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