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Girls' soccer sport shorts, 2004-05

GIRLS’ SOCCER

SEASON END

In a game that was reminicent of past Valley Championships, FC met Central Valley Christian on Feb. 24 in Visalia for the 2005 version that proved every bit a nail-biter as previous championship matches against Templeton.

However the Eagles fell 2-1 to the Cavaliers to keep them without a Central Section Division V championship since the 2000 team defeated Templeton by the same score.

FC opened the scoring in the first half as junior Ashley Sherr scored her 64th goal of the season in the fourth minute (new Central Section record) and the Eagles led until 16 minutes left in the second half.

After CVC’s Chelsey Wilgenburg tied the game, the teams traded chances and Eagle keeper Christina Cabias made five spectacular saves to keep the game even (nine saves overall). Then a controversial penalty was called in the 68th minute and CVC’s Abby Vannette scored on the ensuing penalty kick.

However, the Eagles did not roll over and quit. The team pressed the Cavaliers and had numerous chances to score including junior Kim Bimat’s shot that just grazed the cross bar with four minutes left.

The game proved to be much different than a Dec. 6 preseason match when CVC defeated the Eagles, 7-3.

FC finished the WSL season with a 13-1 record and 21-8-1 overall.

Junior Ashley Sherr, scored twice in three minutes in the first half of the game against Fowler and the Eagles defeated the Redcats, 3-1, on Feb. 22. Her sister, Amanda Sherr, scored the third goal in the second half. Injured senior Melissa Jimenez played about 10 minutes in each half and was instrumental in the third Eagles goal.

FC Eagle, Ashley Sherr, scored two goals aginst Parlier to become the first soccer player -boys or girls- in Central Section history to score 60 or more goals in a season. The junior captain has scored 61 goals thus far heading into the Feb. 22 game against Fowler.

FC defeated Parlier, 4-1, with Ashley Sherr’s two goals followed by Kelsey Penner and Michelle Rose.

The Lady Eagles became the West Sierra League champions on Feb. 10 when they defeated the Caruthers Blue Raiders, 4-1. Ashley Sherr scored all four Eagle goals.

The Lady Eagles defeated the Fowler Redcats, 3-2, on Feb. 7 in the WSL first place tie-breaker. Junior Ashley Sherr, came away with a not-too-suprising hat trick.

FC defeated the Mendota Aztecs, 2-0, on Feb. 4. Ashley Sherr scored both Eagle goals.

FC defeated Tranquillity, 3-1, with AShley Sherr 2, Kelsea Penner 1.

The girls defeated Firebaugh, 7-1, on Jan. 25. Goal scorers are not available as of Jan. 26.

Ashley Sherr lead the Lady Eagles with 3 goals while Kristen Amerine, Christina Cabias, Jennifer Rose and Amanda Sherr added 1 goal each.

The team dominated their away game at Caruthers, winning 3-0 on Jan. 18.

Ashley Sherr and sister Amanda, along with Aliza Ford, scored the three FC goals.

Despite their perfect season in the West Sierra League, the Lady Eagles suffered their first league loss by Fowler, 5-3, in overtime on Jan. 14. Ashley Sherr scored all 3 goals for FC.

The girl’s defeated Firebaugh, 7-0, on Jan. 12. Ashley Sherr dominated the field, giving the Eagles 4 goals while her sister, Amanda, added 2. Co-captain, Melissa Jimenez made 1.

The Lady Eagles continue to dominate their field as defeated Mendota, 3-0, on Jan. 10. Co-captain, Ashley Sherr, scored 2 goals for FC and her sister, Amanda, scored 1.

The Sherr sisters dominated Tranquillity as FC defeated the Tigers, 6-0, on Jan. 6. Ashley netted three goals while sister, Amanda, added one in the shutout. Aliza Ford added two goals to pace the Eagles to a 3-0 W.S.L. record.

Ashely Sherr continued to dominate the pitch as she scored 4 goals to pace FC to a 5-2 win over Liberty-Madera Ranchos on Jan. 5. Michelle Rose added the other goal.

The Lady Eagles defeated Riverdale, 5-1, on Dec. 14. Ashley Sherr led the team to victory with all five goals for FC.

Garces Tournament: Dec. 17-18

FC was defeated by Sutter, 2-3, in their final game at Garces on Dec. 18.

FC lost to Morro Bay, 1-0, on Dec. 18.

The Lady Eagles dominated the field against Wasco and defeated their opponants, 3-0, on Dec. 17.

Despite their efforts, FC lost to Antelope Valley, 0-2, on Dec. 17.

FC won their first game by forfit against Foot Hill on Dec. 17.

The girls’ record at Garces: 2-3.

PEGGY RENBERG TOURNAMENT on Dec. 9-11

The girls continued play at the Peggy Renberg Tournament at Clovis West High defeating Granite Hills (Hanford), 3-2, on Dec. 11. Later the same morning, the girls battled Mt. Whitney to a 0-0 overtime draw but only were able to score 1 penalty kick and lost (3-1 in PK).

The girls went 1-2 on opening day of the Peggy Renberg Tournament at Clovis West High on Dec. 10. The girls lost 4-0 to Clovis in the first game but had numerous chances to score. A couple of defensive lapses in the second half blew the game wide open.

After only a half hour break, the Eagles overpowered Reedley High, 5-0, in their second match.

In their third game, three starters were unable to play due to staring roles in the school drama and the team dropped the match, 3-0, to Stockdale-Bakersfield. Key injuries to two other starters were also a factor in the game.

FC opened up the floodgates from the opening whistle scoring 5 times by half-time and beat Immanuel, 8-1, on Dec. 9. Ashley Sherr scored 4 goals, Kelsey Boogusch tallied twice, while Haley Tamberi and Brittany Warren each scored once.

FC lost to Central Valley Christian, 3-6, on Dec. 6 to open their season. Amanda Sherr scored twice while her sister, Ashley Sherr, scored the other.

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