The Lodi High boys soccer team slipped into second place in the Tri-City Athletic League standings with Wednesday’s 1-0 victory over Lincoln.
The Flames, which are 5-9-1 overall, are now 3-1-1 in TCAL play.
Guillermo Barron scored the lone goal of a tough game at Don Rostomily Field, finding the net with about eight minutes remaining in the first half.
Julian Lopez tallied 10 saves to preserve the shutout and the victory, while Cristian Gonzalez played well in the midfield and Edison Ramirez played well at forward.
Tokay 1, Tracy 1
Lionardo Ruiz scored the lone goal for Tokay (4-0-2 in the TCAL, 11-1-2) in Wednesday’s road game. Jordan Baumback had the assist.
The Bulldogs led 1-0 before Ruiz scored in the second half. Tokay goalie Jorge Orejel had four saves.
“They played us tough,” said Tokay coach Ruben Gomez. “We played pretty bad in the first half, but played better in the second half. I knew they (Tracy) was going to be much tougher this time.”
Tokay beat Tracy 4-0 in the TCAL opener on Jan. 4. Tracy, according to Gomez, was without some of its starters because of the Christmas/New Year’s break.
Lodi 3, Lincoln 2
Danny Maldonado scored twice to lead the Flames on Wednesday, with another coming from Eric Spangler. Robert Herrera had two assists,and Matt Phillips had six saves. Gonzalo Ordinola, Mateo Charles, D.j. VanNess and Adrian Vargas played well for the Flames.
St. Mary’s 82, Tokay 41
Adam Johnson and Austyn Reiswig scored 10 points each in Wednesday’s loss to lead the Tigers, along with six from Michael Shoaib, five each from Anoop Singh and Hamza El Kheidi, four from Mohammad Ibrahim and one from Jayden Matt.
Tracy 56, Lodi 49
Tony Riveria led the Flames with 10 points in Wednesday’s loss, along with seven each from Stephanos Pappas and Andrew Stirlen, six each from Frank Vega and Vinny Montgomery, three each from Tyler Lehnertz, Cade Passey and Gabe Biagoni and two each from Stephano Casciaro and Jason Berry.
St. Mary’s 73, Tokay 21
Cylas Riley was the top scorer for the Tigers with five points, along with three each from A.J. O’Grodnick and Andrew Gauna, two each from Mariano Montez, Jorden Lawrence, Nick Merrill and Zane Patton, and one each from Uri Penaflor and Daniel Dad.
Lodi 54, Tracy 47
Kevin Dondero led the Flames with 17 points in Wednesday’s win, along with 13 from Pierce DeAndreis, 11 from Carter Swicegood, seven from Mason Stout and six from Riley Ebbs.
Galt 43, Rosemont 30
Nevaeh Pate had 15 points for Galt (2-3 in the Sierra Valley Conference, 11-10) in Tuesday’s road game, which included three 3-pointers.
Norma Meza followed with 11 points for Galt, followed by Alondra Hernandez at six, Sarah Reece and Emily McCalla four each and Lupita Cabrera three.