One of the Bobcats players seemed a bit nonchalant about the game against the Wolves on Monday. Regardless, both teams played a great game. Photo by Jenny Kirchner

Town Hall Sports Coordinator Jeremy Teeguarden reported on Town Hall Youth Soccer, which began its season the week of Oct. 8.


5 and Under Division
On Thursday, Oct. 11, the Arriba’s Bobcats took on the Rotary Raging Rivers. The Bobcats’ Nathan Fisher and the Raging Rivers’ Travis Rocha played great for their teams hustling on both ends of the field. Both players showed off how much they have learned in the past few weeks.

On Saturday, the Idyllwild Proffesional Cleaning Service Ninja Strikers took on the Arriba’s Bobcats. Steven Solorzano played great defense for the Ninja Strikers. River McIntyre played awesome for the Bobcats kicking the ball up the field.

Also, on Saturday game the Rotary Raging Rivers and the American Legion Wolves played. Isaac Irsfeld was outstanding for the Wolves as he went after the ball all game. Jack Tate was great for the Raging Rivers as he was aggressive going after the ball the whole game.

8 and Under Division
On Thursday, Oct. 11, the Café Aroma Blizzards took on the Pino Tree Service Kryptonite. The Blizzards’ Breanna Sheppard played great as forward and got the ball down the field all game long as her team took an early lead. The Kryptonites played hard the whole game. Seth White did a great job controlling the ball and getting it to the forwards for his team. The Blizzards won 5-1.

The second game matched the Sacco Dining Idyl Beasts and the La Casita Dragon Slayers. Maraja Kelly’s two goals took the Idyl Beasts to an early lead. The Dragon Slayers came back to tie the game as Rene Hernandez and Alexandria O’Neal played great. The game ended in a 3-3 tie.

On Saturday the Pino Tree Service Kryptonite took on the La Casita Dragon Slayers, who got a quick start as scoring a couple of goals. Nick Fletcher played outstanding defense and offense for the Dragon Slayers. Manuel Guzman and Fatima Guzman played great defense for the Kryptonite. The Dragon Slayers won 5-0.

The Oompa Loompas and the Ninjas faced off on Oct. 9. Photo by Barbara Reese

In the second game, the Cafe Aroma Blizzards met the Sacco Dining Idyl Beasts. The Blizzards got off to a quick start scoring two early goals. Issabella Miro and Maddie Williamson played great for the Blizzards. Ruby Mckeller and Jessa Smith hustled all over the field for the Idyl Beasts but the Blizzards won 5-1.


Division Standings

Wins Losses Ties
Dragon Slayers 6 0 1
Blizzards 5 2 0
Kryptonite 1 5 1
Idyl Beasts 0 5 2

11 and Under Division

The Oompa Loompas and the Ninjas faced off on Oct. 9. Photo by Barbara Reese

On Tuesday, Oct. 9, the Dr. Dunn and Dunn Oompa Loompas took on the Ninjas, who got off to a good start. Jake Gurling scored an early goal and Grace Pavon played outstanding defense. The Oompa Loompas trailed at half-time, but came back in the second half behind goals by Alia Teeguarden and Lainie Wilke two goals from Pierce Pramuka. The Oompa Loompas went on to win 7-3.


Friday’s game was between the Dr. Dunn and Dunn Oompa Loompas and the Roby Gray Construction Falcons. Neither team scored in the first half. The second half was much the same as both Joseph Tiso for the Falcons and Rory Wilke for the Oompa Loompas stood strong on defense. Each team scored a second half goal and the game ended in a 1-1 tie.

Saturday’s game matched the Ninjas and the Roby Gray Construction Falcons. Elsie Fisher scored her first goal early in the game to give the Ninjas an early lead. The Falcons battled back as Leslie and Litzy Pimentel played great. On a late goal, the Falcons tied the game, which ended in a 3-3 tie.

Division Standings

Wins Losses Ties
Falcons 2 2 2
Ninjas 2 2 1
Oompa Loompas 2 2 1

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