Williams 11 – Willows 0 (3/25)
The Yellowjackets gave new head coach Leonel Mendoza his first win in blowout fashion as they toppled the visiting Honkers 11-0.
Williams (1-0) provided no other information although it was scheduled to play in Durham on Wednesday, April 1.
Winters 6 – Colusa 0 (3/23)
Colusa 5 – Pierce 2 (3/25)
In a rematch of last year’s NSCIF section final, the RedHawks came up short again to the Warriors as they were shutout 6-0 on March 23 in Winters.
Just two days later however they returned home and bounced back to beat Pierce by a score of 5-2.
While the Bears struck first when freshman Letzy Ambriz got behind the defense, the RedHawks responded with four unanswered goals in the first half.
Gigi Espindola got the equalizer for the RedHawks scoring unassisted, Melissa Jamie booted in the second goal off an assist from Destiny Ramirez, Adamari Hernandez then converted with an assist from Espindola before Samantha Gonzalez scored off an assist from Ramirez.
While Pierce added a second-half goal, Ramirez capped the scoring with her second goal of the day.
Colusa (1-1) had home games against Live Oak on Tuesday and Winters on Thursday, while Pierce (0-2) faced Winters on Tuesday.
Paradise 7 – Williams 4 (3/22)
On the road in Paradise, Williams took a 3-2 into halftime, but yielded five second-half goals to the Bobcats and ultimately fell in its season opener.
Gerry Gomez, Kaled Correa, Omar Lomeli and Saul Velez each scored for the Yellowjackets, who traveled to Durham today to take on the Trojans.
Winters 1 – Colusa 0 (3/23)
One letdown by Colusa allowed Winters to score a first-half breakaway goal that proved to be the difference in-game as the reigning NSCIF Division III champion RedHawks went down to defeat at home on March 23.
Colusa (0-1) was in Live Oak on March 30 and heads to Winters today for a rematch with the Warriors.