GSA won the Atlanta derby in the youngest ECNL age group 2-0 on Saturday. Kailah Jeffries and Kayla Wilcox scored the goals thanks to assists from Catherine Currie and Kyra Idris. Christen Wilson logged the shutout in net for GSA.
West Coast FC improved to 4-1 on the season with a 1-0 win over Eagles Soccer Club on Sunday. Kaitlin Collins scored the lone goal for West Coast off an assist from Victoria Henderson. West Coast remains second in the standings behind So Cal Blues, which is a perfect 5-0 on the year.
Colorado Rush improved to 9-1-3 on the season with a pair of wins over the weekend. Rush beat SLSG 4-1 on Saturday and topped Sporting Blue Valley 4-0 on Sunday. Madison Johnson and Sofia Weiner both had a goal and an assist on Saturday. Erin Hohnstein and Camryn Dyke also scored in the 4-1 win. Sage Digiulio, Dyke, and Johnson scored in the 3-1 win. Weiner had two assists in the victory. Defender Molly Cummings scored the lone goal for the losing side.
Colorado Storm picked up three wins over the weekend with a 4-0 victory over SLSG on Friday, a 6-1 thrashing of Sporting Blue Valley on Saturday, and a 4-1 win over SLSG-Metro on Sunday. Cameron Bell, Elisabeth Geraghty, Emily Langenderfer, and Allison Schlegel all scored in the shutout win over SLSG. Geraghty and Schlegel each had two goals in the 6-1 victory. Aimee Thorstensen and Bell added the other two strikes. Reagan Shatto scored the lone goal for Sporting. Alexis Loera, Samantha Trinceri, Thorstensen, and Schlegel were the goal-scorers in the final game of the weekend.
Dallas Texans also enjoyed a successful weekend with a 3-0 win over D’Feeters Soccer Club on Saturday. Allisyn Gardner, Ashlyn Heckman, and Rheagen Smith scored the goals for the Texans. Elle-Marie DeFrain and Smith provided the assists on the day. Texans sit in second in the Texas Conference behind Solar Chelsea Soccer Club, which was held to a 1-1 draw with Dallas Sting over the weekend. Mary Moore scored the lone goal for Solar.
Nicole Kelsey scored a hat trick and led Mustang SC to a 5-1 win over Pleasanton Rage on Saturday. Samantha Frost and Erin Ospeck also scored for Mustang SC in the win. Kira Debro, Shanna Keil, and Ospeck had the assists on the day. Samiksha Deepak scored the lone goal for Rage.
FC Virginia kept hold of its top spot in the Chesapeake Division with a 1-1 draw against CASL on Saturday and a 6-2 win over NC Fusion on Sunday. Emily Fox scored the lone goal on Saturday. Fox added two more on Sunday to push her season tally to 11 goals in seven games. Sierra Lam also scored twice on Sunday and provided an assist. Tess Sapone and Zoe Boocock added the other goals.
Slammers moved into a tie for the top spot in the Southwest Conference with a 3-1 win over Strikers on Sunday. Carly Malatskey scored twice and Julia Bingham added the other goal. Elizabeth Barbaresi and Bingham had the assists. Slammers are even with San Diego Surf, which beat Arsenal FC 1-0, at the top of the conference standings.
Olivia Winnett scored for Atlanta Fire in a 1-0 win over GSA on Saturday. Keely Cartrett had the assist in the game. Samantha Colley logged the shut out in goal for Fire, which sits in third place in the Southeast Conference.
McLean Youth Soccer remained perfect on the season with a 2-0 win over NC Fusion and 3-1 win over CASL. Kristina Diana and Jarena Harmon scored for McLean on Saturday with both of the assists coming from Rebecca Callison. It was the same trio in the attack on Sunday with Callison, Diana, and Harmon all scoring goals. Elise Andrich and Callison provided assists.
Mustang SC remained undefeated on the season with a 2-0 win over Pleasanton Rage on Saturday. Madeline Gibson had a goal and an assist in the win. The recent UC Santa Barbara commit has three goals and an assist on the season. Megan Shone added the other goal. Arianna Zamora provided an assist on the day.
Kristy Walker’s Real So Cal remained in first place in the Southwest Conference with a 2-1 win over So Cal Blues on Sunday. Real So Cal is 8-0-1 on the season, and only conceded three goals. Nicole Molen leads the team in scoring with four goals to her name. Noel Askins, Alexandra Bruder, Dana Fujikuni, and Brittney McKinney all have three goals this season.