Albion wins opener at nationals as Annette Vargas nets hat trick | Sports News

ByTommie C. Curtis

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The soccer club team dependent in Santa Maria and loaded with women from all over the Central Coastline has built it to Greensboro, North Carolina.

But the young gals are proving they are not information with just earning it to nationals. They want even extra.

Albion SC, a 19U team with players from Santa Maria, Nipomo and even Kern County, won its initial activity at the U.S. Youth Soccer National President’s Cup in North Carolina on Thursday.

The ladies beat Dynamo STX, a workforce from McAllen, Texas, Thursday afternoon, successful 3- with all 3 targets coming from Nipomo Large standout Annette Vargas.

The crew is set to play Centre Union, a squad from the Pennsylvania West State Soccer Affiliation, Friday early morning at 8 a.m. EDT.

Albion, coached by Santa Maria Substantial head girls coach Uli Alvarez, skilled for nationals soon after profitable the Western President’s Cup in Phoenix very last month. They defeat AYSO United Arizona 1- in the championship sport in Phoenix as Vargas scored the lone goal in the championship sport get. The group went 3-1-1 at the regional tournament, out-scoring their opponents 16-6.

The workforce has gamers from all about the Central Coast, which includes Vargas and Alexis Acosta from Nipomo, Natalie Lima from St. Joseph, Emily Orozco of Righetti, Emily Graciliano (Nipomo/Hancock), and, from Santa Maria Superior, Alyssa Valenzuela, Lizbeth Velazquez, Yvette Abundiz, Citlali Reyes, Anahy Guerrero and Jacqueline Guerrero.

The team’s players from Kern County are Sydney Carreri (Bakersfield Christian), Alyssa Sanchez (Bakersfield), Alison Barrera (Highland), Tara Miller (Garces), Heaven Ratliff (North Bakersfield) and Jennifer Vera (Taft Faculty).

Junior Golfing Camps at Rancho Maria

“Significant” John McComish is hosting junior golf camps this summertime for boys and women ages 6 to 16.

You will find camps set for July 11-14, July 18-21 and Aug. 1-4.

The price is $60 for every camper and the periods operate from 5 to 6:30 p.m.

Rancho Maria is situated at 1950 Casmalia Road in Santa Maria. Speak to McComish at (503) 409-9829 or electronic mail at

Righetti golfing mentor Brian Tomooka will also assistance out at some of the camps. The clinics will get the job done on swinging, chipping, putting, rules and etiquette.

Athletics screen established for July 10

The Santa Maria Valley has a wealthy, vibrant athletics historical past.

A lot of that heritage will be on display upcoming month at the Elks Lodge in Santa Maria.

The Santa Maria Valley Sports Historical past Club is holding a presentation detailing all sporting activities in the valley on Sunday, July 10 at the Santa Maria Elks Lodge from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Elks Lodge No. 1538 is located at 1309 N. Bradley.

Some of the Santa Maria Valley Sporting activities Background Club’s shows will target on the founding of the Center League and Guadalupe Minor League, youth baseball leagues that have been founded in 1952.

“We would be honored to have in attendance anybody who has been component of the Middle League or Guadalupe Little League, or any athletics, previous and present,” explained Eddie Navarro, a Santa Maria Valley Athletics Background Club co-founder.

SMHS golf tourney

Santa Maria High School’s soccer application is set to hold a golfing event fundraiser on Monday, July 11 at the Santa Maria Nation Club.

Checks can be designed payable to Saints Soccer Boosters and can be despatched to 901 S. Broadway, Santa Maria, CA, 93458, c/o Saints Soccer Boosters.

Registration is established to start out on July 11 at 10 a.m. and the shotgun begin commences at 11 a.m. The price tag is $600 for a foursome that consists of lunch, meal occasion, awards and a silent and stay auction. The boosters are also looking for sponsors. Gap and application sponsors are $250 and gap, program and stadium sponsors are $500.

The Saints Boosters Club is a 501c3 non-financial gain with a tax ID No. of 46-0957084.