Galveston County high school soccer scores and player statistics
Clear Springs 6, Clear Creek 0
Clear Springs’ senior striker Rana Hussein now has seven goals in her last three games, earning a hat-trick Tuesday night as the Chargers defeated the Clear Creek Wildcats at Clear Springs High School.
To go along with Hussein, Sophomore Bella Iovieno scored on a free kick, and junior Alyssa Mencacci and sophomore Sydney Robinson each added another goal.
Senior keeper Maddie Fisher, along with junior Maddie Salas, seniors Erica Isom and Annes Byerman, and Iovieno earned clean sheets.
The Chargers (8-0-0) hit the road to take on Alvin at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Clear Creek (1-7-0) play a home game against Clear Brook at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Friendswood 5, Dickinson 0
The Friendswood Lady Mustangs took care of business Tuesday night at Henry Winston Stadium with a win over the Dickinson Lady Gators.
Friendswood led 2-0 at halftime and continued to pull away in the second half.
Olivia Rhodes led the way with two goals and an assist. Also finding the back of the net were Joanne Kaouk, Blynn Friberg and Emma Sutherland. Allie Varner also had an assist. Katie Reyes was in goal for the shutout.
Up next for the Lady Mustangs (6-2-0 in district) is a key 24-6A matchup at Clear Falls.
Texas City 4, Ball High 1
Friendswood 1, Dickinson 0
The Friendswood Mustangs earned a share of first place Tuesday night at Sam Vitanza Stadium as they scored early and hung on to defeat the Dickinson Gators in a matchup amongst District 24-6A’s heavyweights.
Senior Zach Montz assisted sophomore Josh Murphy for the game’s only goal.
Senior Mason Hunnicutt shared the clean sheet with defenders Evan Birsinger, Josh Peterson, Michael Black and Jake Pisell.
In the updated standings Friendswood, Dickinson and Alvin are tied for first place with identical 5-1-2 records and 17 points each.
Up next, Friendswood plays Clear Falls at home 7:30 p.m. Friday, and Dickinson goes on the road to play Clear Lake at 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Clear Creek 7, Clear Springs 1
The Clear Creek Wildcats retained the 518 Cup with a resounding 7-1 win over Clear Springs at Veterans Memorial Stadium Tuesday night.
Clear Creek started off the game with high pressure with several opportunities on goal before Clear Springs could settle into the game and press their own attack.
The game turned in Creek’s favor in the 22nd minute when senior midfielder Kaden Lovett stole possession from Clear Springs’ back line and appeared to have a one-on-one opportunity at goal but was dragged down from behind. After that, Clear Springs has to play a man down as a straight red was issued on the foul. Dylan Hines took the awarded penalty kick and hit the back of the net for his first goal of the match.
Lovett set up Clear Creek’s second goal as the senior captain sent in a curling cross onto the foot of senior Josh Rodriguez, who buried it from 8 yards out with 10 minutes left in the half.
Starting the second half up 2-0 , Clear Creek pressed hard and went up 3-0 as Lovett sent a long throw-in to freshman Reynaldo Gonzalez, who beat his defender to the ball and beat the goalie to the near post at 47-minute mark.
Senior Dylan Hines got his second goal of the match as he slipped a through ball to Gonzalez who flipped a nice ball to Hines who buried a beautiful shot from 25 yards out.
Clear Creek then poured on the goals as Gonzalez issues a nice chipped through ball to a sprinting Andre Caro. The senior defender took one deft touch and beat the keeper to the upper near post to gives Clear Creek a 5-0 lead.
Lovett get onto the score sheet after receiving a cross ball at the top of the penalty box from sophomore Jason Kassu. Lovett beats one defender and buried his shot in the 69th minute and put Clear Creek up 6-0.
Clear Springs was able to get on the board 2 minutes later as senior Hunter West beat a Clear Creek defender in the box and beat the keeper to the back post.
Clear Creek spread the field and played possession and controlled the clock, but was awarded one more goal as senior Jason Keyzer picks up a loose ball and beat the keeper with 3 minutes left in the game to put Clear Creek back up by six goals and a final score of 7-1.
Clear Creek travels to Clear Brook for its next match 7:30 p.m. Friday.
Alvin 3, Clear Lake 2
Clear Falls 6, Clear Brook 2
(Monday) Fort Bend Elkins 2, Santa Fe 1
Editor’s note: Will be updated if more information becomes available.