Town Hall Sports Coordinator Michael Holato gave this report on Youth Soccer. Below are the scores, standings and players of the game for Town Hall Youth Soccer. For the 4 to 6 year olds we are only doing player of the game.
Idyllwild Shell Bears’ William Archer scored 2 goals and River Fernandes and Tate Donavan each added a goal for the Bears. The Bears’ defense didn’t allow any goals against the Village Market Avengers.
Miles Sechrest and Katherine Rodriquez scored goals for the Ferro Lightning Bolts and their defense shut out the Idyllwild Automotive Spinjitsu. Spinjitsu Caden Meyer scored a goal and Danielle Rodriquez made some outstanding defensive plays in their game against the Avengers. Both teams played outstanding defense.
Bears’ William scored 2 goals and River added another goal to his totals. Also for the Bears, Yunah Jang scored her first goal of the seasons in their game against the Lightning Bolts.
Tony Solario scored 2 goals and Oliver Gonzalez added another in the Idyllwild Star 3-0 victory over the Goal Busters. Again, Finn Carpenter was spectacular in goal for the Goal Busters.
The Dragons cruised to a 5-0 victory over the Assassins with a hat trick from Darius Esparza and 2 goals from Kail Mock. Idyllwild Star, behind a hat trick from Tony, won easily over the Goal Busters to set up championship game with the Dragons at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2.
In the most exciting and most spectacular game of the season, the Dragons won over the Assassins in a shoot out after the game was tied 0-0 through regulation and OT. Jaden Fogle was brilliant in goal for the Assassins, stopping goal after goal attempts from the Dragons. Tyler Sonnier and Emily Brosterhaus of the Assassins were all over the defensive end keeping shots away from their goal, a truly remarkable performance along with their other teammates. The Dragons had exceptional play from Darius, Kail, Indigo Dagnall, Zoey Mason and Isaiah Merkins. What a great game played by both teams. The Assasins also will play the Goal Busters at 4:15 p.m. Thursday, Nov. 2.
Standings Wins Losses Ties
Idyllwild Star 8 1 0
Assassins 3 6 0
Goal Busters 0 9 0
The Idyllwild Brew Pub Wildcats scored 2 early goals from Kilo Reynosa and Eddie Rincon but the Muir’s Mountain Blue Stars answered back with goals from Aiven and Roman Honarvar to tie the score at 2-2. Then, after a penalty shot attempt stopped by Wildcats goalie Joel White, the Blue Stars took the lead with a goal from Travis Rocha. Silas Tibo scored a goal late in the game for the Wildcats to tie the final score at 3-3.
Blue Stars won a gold medal 3-0 over the Wildcats with 2 goals from Rene Montoya and a goal from Aiven. The highlight of the game was when Wildcat Kilo came from nowhere to kick away a goal attempt from the Blue Stars. Congrats to both teams for a great season.
Standings Wins Losses Ties
Blue Stars 8 0 1
Wild Cats 0 8 1
Fox scored a goal in the second half to tie Red Time 2-2 while F.C. Los Huevones scored 11 goals in the second half in a 14-4 win over 503. Red Time hangs on for a 4-3 win over F.C. Los Huevones and the #1 Playoff Seed. Fox edges 503 4-3.
Red Time routs F.C. Los Huevones 9-2, sets up a championship game at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 1 against Fox. Fox scores late in the game to win 2-1 over 503 in a defensive battle.
Fox was 1-0-3 against Red Time during the regular season. It should be an exciting game on Wednesday. 503 will meet F.C. Los Huevones for the consolation game at 5:30 p.m., also.
Standings Wins Losses Ties Points
503 4 4 1 9
F.C. Los Huevones 3 5 1 7
Jim Crandall, Palms to Pines Golf Association handicap chair, provided this report about the association’s regular monthly tourney in October and the club championship match of its year-end playoffs.
Idyllwild’s Palms to Pines Golf Association held its regular monthly tourney on Friday, Oct. 27, at the Lakes course at Menifee Lakes Golf Course.
Pete Capparelli is the 2017 Club Champion of the Palms to Pines Golf Association. He beat Jim Crandall in the final round of playoffs a week prior to the regular monthly tourney. Capparelli will represent the club in the Southern California Tournament of Club Champions in December, competing against club champs from throughout the SoCal region.
Crandall and Capparelli delayed their match because it had been scheduled for the same Friday as the memorial service in Riverside for long-time P2P member John LoGiudice, who unexpectedly fell victim to pancreatic cancer, a fast-moving illness with little hope for cure.
In the regular club tourney, there was a three-way tie for first place. Ken Garelick (course handicap 24), Pete Holzman (14) and Scott Schroeder (20) all netted 69s for the top score that day.
Coincidently, there was also a three-way tie for fourth place: Mike Brown (18), John King (24) and Bob Wadlow (15) all finished with a net 71.
The winners of the closest-to-the-pin contests on the four par 3s were Schroeder on hole no. 3, Jeff White on hole no. 8, Barry Wallace on hole no. 13 and Garelick on no. 17.
After three tournaments for the 2017-18 season, here are the current point standings for the club championship playoffs for the new season, which runs from August 2017 through July 2018:
Place Golfer Points
1 Pete Capparelli 13.5
2 Pete Holzman 9.83
3 Scott Schroeder 8.33
4 Ken Garelick 5.83
5 Dave Robb 5.5
6 Dennis Chavez 4.5
7 Lee Lanfried 4
8 Mike Brown 3.5
9 John King 3
10 Jim Crandall 2
tied Bob Wadlow 2
12 Jerry Daquila 1.5
13 Gary Brown .5
tired Barry Wallace .5
Les Widerynski .5
Flight B comprises high handicappers who don’t qualify to compete in the club championships, but participate in the monthly tournaments.
1 Dave Curl 1.5
tied David Hiemenz 1.5
3 Don DePalma 1
tied Barry Zander 1
5 Tom Flanagan .5
tied Chris Kramer .5
In regular season, points are awarded at each tournament as follows: first place, 6 points; second place, 4 points; third place, 3 points; fourth place, 2 points; fifth place, 1 point. Also, one-half point is awarded to everyone who participates.
A member has to compete in at least five regular-season tournaments to qualify for the playoffs.
The club is a member of the Southern California Golf Association and is sanctioned to establish SCGA handicaps for members.