The under-14 Atletico Madrid girls soccer team defeated the Claremont Stars 1-0 to win its age division at the U.S. Club Soccer California Cup.
Ashley Roese from Arroyo Grande scored Madrid’s lone goal against Claremont.
In other action at the tournament, the program’s under- 16 and under-18 teams each claimed second place.
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For the under-16 team, Karlee Owens from Arroyo Grande scored the team’s only goal in its 2-1 loss to the Huntington Beach Slammers in the final.
The 18-under team made its second consecutive finals appearance by claiming a 4-3 penalty kick win over Real California FC. Madrid lost to LAFC in the championship 1-0, which was the team’s first loss since February.
Goalie Jessica Mortola from San Luis Obispo allowed only four goals in five games.
The Condors girls under-16 soccer club was eliminated in the semifinals of the California South State Cup after a 2-0 loss to the Oxnard Waves.
In order to make the semifinals, the Condors picked up wins over Alliance Blue and San Clemente United.
Laura Kraemer and Kara Lai each scored twice during the Condors’ 5-1 win over the Alliance Blue.
Jaime Council, Cydney Whitney and Lai each scored against San Clemente United.
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The San Luis Obispo under-16 rugby team
finished its regular season undefeated to win the Northern Section Championship.
The Barbarians travel to the Southern California Youth Rugby Championships in Montebello this weekend as the No. 1 seed.
The Central Coast Cheer teams from Central Coast Gymnastics Sports Center completed its season after the two-day American Championship National Showcase in Anaheim.
The program’s top placing team was in Level 1 (ages 7 to 12) which claimed second place in its first nationals.
In the youngest age group, ages 5 to 8, the CCG squad finished sixth in its first nationals.
In Level 3 (ages 10 to 16), the team finished fourth.
—Tribune staff report