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Hawks Down Dons

Friday, September 23rd

Santiago Canyon continued their shut-out streak with a 1-0 win at sister-college Santa Ana. Ty Juarez and Siera Pedroza were untested in a game the Hawks dominated from start to finish.

In the early going, Lauren Sabella went close from 6 yards and Jackie Kimble forced a good save from the Dons keeper. Karinna Gomez also went close and Alondra Guzman headed just wide but the Hawks couldn't make their dominance count on the scoreboard.

SCC lifted the tempo in the second period. Kimble went close again and KC Cook fired at the keeper when well placed. It wasn't until the 75th minute that the Hawks went ahead. Cassie Soto converted Amber Steven's center after a sweeping move down the left-hand side of the field and that was all the Hawks needed to seal the road win.

SCC play next at home to Golden West C​ollege on Friday, September 30th at 3pm.

Thanks go out to all the travelling fans in attendance today.

Hawks 2 Pirates 0 

Tuesday, September 20th

Santiago Canyon College Women's Soccer collected their third consecutive shut-out in league play in a 2-0 win against visiting Orange Coast College. The SCC backline held firm, and Siera Pedroza was rarely troubled in goal, as the Hawk's team continues to progress.

The opening goal came on eight minutes when ​Cassie Soto clipped the ball beyond the Coast keeper from a serve by Lauren Sabella. Jenny Ramirez twice went close with in minutes mid-way through the half, but the Hawks had to settle for a 1-0 scoreline at the break.

Coast continued to push in the second-half for the equalizer. Alondra Guzman nearly doubled the SCC lead​ but could not convert from close range, and then KC Cook grabbed the second goal from six yards with twelve minutes to go to seal the win.

SCC play next on the road at sister college Santa Ana on Friday, September 23rd. Kick-off is at 3pm. Thank you to all those who came out to see the team play today.​

Knight Time

Friday, September 16th
A goal from Savannah Knight with less than 90 seconds on the clock was enough for the Hawks to claim another shut-out home win against a committed Irvine Lasers team.

Jenny Ramirez provided the serve, and Knight crashed home the header for the only score of the game, in a contest the Hawks should have had wrapped up earlier. Lauren Sabella fired wide when well placed and Jameelah Powell made a brave challenge to keep the Hawks one goal up at the half.

In the second period Renee De la Torre went close, and Cassie Soto hit the bar. Sabella had a good finish well-saved when through on the keeper and Sommer Dey had a fine header pulled back for an earlier infringement to keep the score at 1-0. The back line looked solid in the closing stages as Siera Pedroza collected the shut-out for the Hawks.

Next up are Orange Coast College on Tuesday, September 20th. Kick-off is at 3pm. Thanks again to all the Hawk followers who came out to cheer on the team today.

Hawks Open Conference Play with a Shut-out Win

Tuesday, September 13th

Santiago Canyon opened the Orange Empire Conference with a road-game against a hard-working Fullerton Hornets team. Hawks Keeper Ty Juarez pulled off a big stop at 0-0 before the Hawks took the lead moments later. Lauren Sabella cut the ball back for Jenny Ramirez to whisk the ball up and over the Hornet keeper to put the Hawks a goal-up. The Hawks dominated possession, and Alondra Guzman went close to scoring, but SCC didn't double the lead until 5 minutes before half-time. KC Cook hit a powerful drive from distance that struck the cross-bar, and Sabela was first to the rebound to prod the ball home.

Shortly after the break, Jackie Kimble beat the advancing keeper on a through-ball by Ramirez. Cassie Soto then struck from distance for the fourth just 2 minutes later. Mia Minafee, on in goal for the Hawks, saved well, to​ tip a Fullerton long-range drive over the top. Sabella grabbed the fifth goal and Caitie Dolan lobbed the keeper to complete the 6-0 win. There was still time for Sommer Dey to to see a powerful header well-saved.

The Hawks now prepare for the visit of Irvine Valley on Friday, September 16th. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Thanks go out to all the visiting fans in attendance today.

Hawks Head into League Play 4-0 

Friday, September 9th

The Hawks closed out their pre-season schedule with a 4-1 win over 2015 Regional Finalist's Moorpark College. Around the 40 minute mark, Santiago Canyon opened the scoring through Cassie Soto from close range, after good work from KC Cook. Soto then set-up Renee Dela Torre who drilled the ball past the visiting keeper to put the Hawks two goals-up at the break.

Moorpark responded from the restart, and pulled a goal back but Jenny Ramirez then hit a powerful drive from distance to regain the Hawks two-goal advantage. Ramirez then turned provider, as Cassie Soto headed home the fourth goal to complete the win. Siera Pedroza made 5 saves for the home team.

Up next for the Hawks is a road-trip to Fullerton College as the Hawks begin Orange Empire Conference play. The two teams will meet on Tuesday, September 13th. Kick-off is at 3pm.

Thank you to all the Hawks fans who came-out to cheer on the team today.

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Hawks top Wolverines on Community Night.

Saturday, September 3rd

The locals headed home happy, as the Hawks claimed a 3-1 victory at the Women's Soccer Annual Community Night. An impressive crowd was on hand to watch the game, enjoy the festivities, and see a competitive contest between two good teams.

The visiting Wolverines started the better of the two sides, but SCC's Jackie Kimble changed the course of proceedings with the opening goal from her first touch mid-way through the half. Cassie Soto delivered the perfect ball from the right and Kimble leapt to power a header beyond the advancing keeper.

The Hawks took the 1-0 lead in to the break, but the Wolverines equalized with twenty minutes to go. Santiago Canyon responded and ten minutes later, Renee Dela Torre laid the ball back for Lauren Sabella to score with a drive across the keeper. Sabella then latched on to a Madison Solder entry ball, twisted and turned, and unleashed a 25 yard drive in to the top right corner to seal the win.

Thanks go out to all those who attended this evening. The Hawks play next at home to Moorpark College on Friday, September 9th. Kick-off is at 3pm.​

 
Hawks freshman Cassie Soto scored her first goal of the season against Mt SAC.

Hawks 4 Mounties 1

Tuesday, Au​gust 30th

Sharp-shooters Alondra Guzman, Jackie Kimble, Lauren Sabella and Cassie Soto all tallied on a warm afternoon against visiting Mount San Antonio College. It took the Hawks just 8 minutes to get on the board with Guzman converting a Renee Dela Torre cross from the right. On the half-hour mark the Hawks made it 2-0. Winning the ball high up the field, Caitie​ Dolan slipped in Jackie Kimble who fired home from just inside the area for her first-goal as a Hawk.

After the break, the hard-working Mounties pushed higher up the field. Lauren Sabella rounded the back-line to put the Hawks 3 goals up, after a beautifully weighted through-ball by Maddy Solder. Mt SAC made it interesting by pulling a goal-back from distance, but Cassie Soto sealed the points, prodding the ball past the keeper after good work by Dela Torre down the left.

The Hawks play next at home to San Bernardino Valley College at 6.30pm on Saturday, September 3rd. For further details of our Annual Community Soccer Night please scroll further down the page. Thanks again to all those in attendance at today's game.

Sabella Steals the Show

Saturday, August 27th

On a mild Saturday morning, Santiago Canyon College Women's Soccer visited the Weingart Stadium at East Los Angeles College for their opening game of the 2016 season. Built in 1951 and renovated for the 1984 Olympic games, this stadium is a one-time state-of-the-art facility full of local history. As well as being a center for sport, it provided the back-drop to some of Hollywood's more memorable movies, notably 'Forest Gump' and more recently 'Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice'.

Today, on the field, there were no super-heroes, but, in the end justice did prevail. Mid-way through the second period, Sophomore Lauren Sabella latched on to a Cassie Soto lay-off and drilled home from outside the area to score the deciding goal. It was no more than the Hawks deserved in a contest SCC dominated from start to finish.

In the opening period, SCC started quickly but ELAC were both determined, and resilient. Sommer Dey went close with a header from a set-piece and Jennifer Ramirez shot over when well-placed. Newcomer Jackie Kimble looked a threat down the right, but the Hawks could not break the dead-lock prior to half-time.

After the break Madison Solder went close and Krista Talamo almost grabbed the lead with an effort at the far-post. Sabella's goal proved the difference as Mia Minafee collected the shut-out in goal.

Now the Hawks prepare for the visit of Mount San Antonio College on Tuesday, August 30th. Kick-off is at 4pm on campus.

Thanks go out to all the travelling support today.

SCC Annual Community Soccer Night

Saturday, September 3rd, 6:30pm

Santiago Canyon College Women's Soccer Annual Community Night is Saturday, September 3rd at 6.30pm on campus. If you have a daughter or niece, or friends across the street who have girls who play soccer, or simply you've still got 'Olympic Soccer Fever', this is an opportunity to come and support the Hawks team and watch some college soccer.

Young soccer players dressed in uniform will get to meet and warm down with the team after the game. Hot dogs and nacho's will be available. There is no charge for entry or parking during regular season games. 

We hope to see you there.

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Hawks sophomore Jameelah Powell with TOPSoccer player Mikayla​.
Hawks players conduct clinic in Placentia​

To start the season, some of the Santiago Canyon College Women's Soccer team conducted a soccer clinic for TOPSoccer players at Wagner Elementary School in Placentia. Our student-athletes, (including Jameelah Powell picture right), were hosted by long-time devotee Sandy Castillo and the Top Dogs soccer program. TOPSoccer is a nationwide community-based soccer program that includes young athletes with mental and physical challenges.

The Hawks players warmed-up with the Top Dogs athletes, before leading them through a series of fun training exercises designed to improve their soccer skills. It was an enjoyable evening for everyone involved. Thank you again to Sandy and the Top Dogs team for hosting us.


 


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