Photo By Jacob Rosborough / Viking - Freshmen defender Noemi Vasquez tracks the ball down during Tuesday’s game against L.A. Harbor, October 29. The game ended in a tie at 1-1. The Vikings are now 6-2 for conference play this season.
Photo By Jacob Rosborough / Viking – Freshmen defender Noemi Vasquez tracks the ball down during Tuesday’s game against L.A. Harbor, October 29. The game ended in a tie at 1-1. The Vikings are now 6-2 for conference play this season.

 

By Morgan Mayfield / Co-sports Editor

With five games to go in the South Coast Conference, the LBCC women’s soccer team tied Los Angeles Harbor, 1-1. With two recent wins and a loss that puts the Vikings at 6-2-1 in the conference and 10-3-2 overall.

LBCC played Harbor at home on Tuesday, Oct. 29. During the first half of the game, LBCC’s forward Yasmyn Andrade made an impressive goal from 25 yards out. LBCC was able to hold that lead for most of the game. In the second half, LBCC players Tiana Silvia and Brenda Reyes butted heads as they went to head the ball into the goal. In the 88th minute, Harbors’ Vanessa Paredes scored the equalizer.

LBCC ended the game with zero red cards, two yellow cards and 10 fouls as opposed to Harbor’s zero red cards, two yellow cards and 16 fouls. Tuesday, Oct. 22, the Vikes visited El Camino and came home with a 1-0 win. Tiana Silvia scored the first and only goal in the 90th minute. LBCC had zero red cards, zero yellow cards and 11 fouls while El Camino received zero red cards, zero yellow cards and 12 fouls.

In the first period, LBCC forward Tonie Bangos scored a goal from a breakaway down the left side and later in the 25th minute she also scored a goal on a cross free kick. Then LBCC’s midfielder Liliana Montano scored from 35 yards out unassisted. In the 40th minute, forward Amanda Farrah scored the fourth goal for LBCC. In the second period Silvia scored a breakaway goal. To end the game, midfielder Hanna Hermannson made a corner kick goal completing the shutout. The next game is against Pasadena at 4 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 1.

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