COD Women’s Soccer has a hard time with the Wolverines, 5-0

COD Women’s Soccer has a hard time with the Wolverines, 5-0

COD (3-4; 2-1) hosted their first home PCAC match and were getting opportunities in the second half, right before an unusual home lightening delay, as the San Bernardino Valley Wolverines (6-1; 3-0) exploited the rarity to win, 5-0.

Freshman forward Reanna Rivera (La Quinta H.S.) led the Roadrunners with four total shots on the afternoon. Freshman forward Alejandra Gonzalez (Palm Springs H.S.), freshman forward Savannah Cervantes (Rancho Mirage H.S.) and sophomore defender Alexi Mejia (La Quinta H.S.) all had a shot on goal each on the afternoon.

Freshman starting goal keeper Kaylin Eastman (Indio Shadow Hills) played 72 minutes in net for Desert and freshman goal keeper Marqisha Zamudio-Ontiveros (Thermal Coachella Valley) wrapped things up.

The next game for Desert is on the road, when they continue Pacific Coast Athletic Conference – North Division play, traveling to the MiraCosta Spartans of Oceanside on Tuesday, September 25, game starts at 3 p.m. The next home game for Desert is 14 days away, when they host the Grossmont Griffins of La Mesa on Friday, October 5, game starts at 3 p.m.

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