Tuesday, October 7, 2008

South Coast Conference, the Toughest One

This year's South Coast Conference should be the toughest in years. Why? It's simple, Pasadena City College (#6), Cerritos (#5), Mt. SAC(#4), and Long Beach (#9) are all ranked within the top 10 teams in the state of California. Plus you have Los Angeles Harbor and Compton, which have improved a lot compared to last year. It would be a great opportunity for the players to show off theirs skills while they are in this conference. Remember, this conference attracts University scouts like no other.
Going in details about yesterday's PCC men's soccer game. PCC won its second game in the SCC, Tuesday, 2-1 against Compton.
Compton had the initial lead in the 16th minute, after Compton's captain, Nelson Guevara, executed a penalty kick on to the net. Yet, minutes later, in the 31st minute, PCC's defender Malcolm Linton, yes again, assisted teammate Albrick Tamasian with a throw-in.
It didn't take much time for PCC to settle the final score as midfielder James Hernandez scored a free kick that fortunately for the Lancers it bounced just before when the Compton's keeper was about to catch it.
The women's soccer team did not play because Compton College does not have a women's soccer team.

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