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U14 Boys 2019 NorCal State Cup Quarterfinals Recap

U14 BOYS STATE QUARTERFINAL A
4/27Blues FC Navy
1-2
IR Academy Purple
These two sides from outside of the NPL played in a tight contest in which goals on the bookends from IR Academy were the deciding factor. Harlee Vidrio opened the scoring in just the 12th minute and Canyon Moore scored two minutes from time to make the difference for IR Academy. Meanwhile, Daniel Son scored for Blues FC in the 51st minute to equalize the match, but ultimately advancement went to IR, who play their league soccer in the State Premier Championship.
U14 BOYS STATE QUARTERFINAL B
4/27SC Sporting Green
3-4
Atletico Santa Rosa
In a tough contest between Champions League sides Atletico Santa Rosa and Santa Clara Sporting, one of the games of the weekend was produced as this back-and-forth battle ended with the North Bay side on top. Atletico initially took the lead through Antonio Pacheco before Cesar Garcia drew the match level for Sporting. The teams then traded goals with Joseangel Carillo Contreras hitting the back of the net for ASR before Enoedis Quintana drew the match level. Jose Angel Laureles Perez then made it 3-2 for Atletico before another goal from Contreras sealed the game, making David Pineda Torres’ third goal for Santa Clara nothing but a statistic.
U14 BOYS STATE QUARTERFINAL C
4/27Davis Legacy Red
3-0
SF Glens Evolution I
After fighting to a 3-3 draw just two weeks ago, there was only one side of note when Davis Legacy met the SF Glens for a spot in the semifinals. Davis scored in just the 26th minute through Gabriel Sanchez before gaining another advantage as a Glens player was sent off. Legacy then pressed the issue, doubling their lead in the 68th minute on a free kick from Sultan Rahimi before Simon Vaca-Lorenzi sealed the deal by hitting the underside of the crossbar in the 81st minute to round out a 3-0 victory.
U14 BOYS STATE QUARTERFINAL D
4/27MVLA Pumas Blue
2-3
Sacramento United
Facing arguably the tournament favorites in MVLA, Sacramento United scored early and often to push their way into the quarterfinals. Jaden Jackson hit an early brace and Martin Urbina added a third goal to give United a 3-0 lead at halftime. But MVLA wouldn’t give up, scoring two with a brace of their own from Isaac Rodarte. Ultimately, though, MVLA’s comeback effort came up just short.