The Tokay High boys soccer team clinched its third consecutive Tri-City Athletic League title with Friday’s 3-1 victory over St. Mary’s.
Sebastian Quiroz, in his first game back from an injury, scored the Tigers’ first goal, followed by goals from Lio Ruiz and Jordan Baumback.
Goalkeeper Jorge Orejel tallied three saves as Tokay improved to 7-0-2 in league play and 14-1-2 overall.
Lodi 2, Tracy 1
The Flames notched an important victory of their own on Friday, with goals from Yobani Osorio in the first half and Cesa Vela-Martinez in the second. Assists came from Guillermo Barron and Edison Ramirez.
Lodi is tied with Lincoln for second place in the TCAL with a 4-2-2 record with two games to play.
Cristian Vivanco and Cristian Gonzales played well in the midfield for the Flames.
Lodi 58, Lincoln 56
The Flames had four players in double digits in Friday’s victory, including one with a double-double — Matt Nickel with 12 points and 10 rebounds.
Chase Shafter led the scoring with 14, along with 12 from Colton Stout, 10 from Isaac Bishop, six from Logan Stout and two each from Marcell Roberts and Nathan Shoup. Roberts added five assists.
West 77, Tokay 58
Austyn Reiswig led the Tigers with 23 points in Friday’s loss, along with 12 from Michael Shoaib, 10 from Adam Johnson, six each from Daniel Penaflor and Hamza El Kheidi and one from Mohammad Ibrahim.
West 68, Tokay 56
Ryker Henne led the Tigers with 22 points and Cylas Riley added 15 in Friday’s loss. A.J. O’Grodnick had eight, Jorden Lawrence had five, Uri Penaflor had three and Jacob Hallstrom and J.P. Preciado had one each.
Lincoln 56, Lodi 39
Stephanos Pappas led the Flames with 17 points in Friday’s loss, along with nine from Tony Rivera, six from Vinny Montgomery, three from Stephano Casciaro and two each from Andres Zavala and Gabe Biagoni.
Lincoln 53, Lodi 30
Carter Swicegood had 10 points to lead Lodi on Friday, along with five each from Kevin Dondero and Perice DeAndreis, three each from Mason Stout and Riley Ebbs and two each from Dylan Johnson and Steven Whiting.
Union Mine 54, Galt 8
Hannah Aguirre, along with teammates Haley Sanchez, Julia Baffa and Raina Saldivar had two points each for Galt (1-7 in the Sierra Valley Conference, 10-14), which trailed 36-4 at halftime in Thursday’s game in El Dorado.
Union Mine 34, Galt 22
Sarah Reece had seven points for Galt. Nevaeh Pate and Emily McCalla each scored six points, Lupita Cabrera two and Norma Meza one.