Emany Plasencia scored four goals in the 14-and-under Broncos’ 4-0 win in the CYAA championship soccer game against Templeton on Saturday, Nov. 7.
The Broncos first defeated Atascadero on penalty kicks; then Bronco Diego Garcia scored three goals to beat Paso Robles and get the Broncos into the final game against Templeton, according to Coach Luis Plasencia.
CYAA director Chris Gutierrez said that Plasencia’s team was the only local team to win its playoff games. “Everyone else was eliminated early.”
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Gutierrez said that the CYAA is sponsoring an indoor soccer program for boys and girls, which runs from January to the middle of March. Interested players can sign up at the General Store through November. The cost is $50, and teams will range in age from second grade through 12th grade.
All games are on Saturdays, and the announcement says, “No practices, only games.” Details: Gutierrez at 909-7806.
Soccer fans will be treated to three alumni fundraising matches on the Saturday after Thanksgiving, Nov. 28, at Coast Union, according to Luis Plasencia, head coach of the Coast Union boys varsity team.
The “Dads vs. Sons” game will be at 2 p.m., followed at 4 p.m. by a game between the Coast Union girls varsity and their alumni team. At 6 p.m., the Coast Union boys varsity compete against the alumni team.
Admission is $15 for adults, which includes three tacos, rice and beans. Also, the Coast Union soccer program is offering $10 tickets for a chance to win a new 32-inch high-definition television set. Boys and girls soccer players are selling tickets for the drawing, to be held at the games.
Tickets for the alumni event and TV drawing are available at the Cambria General Store in the West Village. Details: Plasencia at 909-1546.
This report is Special to The Cambrian.