manson trojans logoManson Boys Soccer Report April 22, 2014

Manson-5, Liberty Bell -1

Tuesday April 22nd Manson hosted Liberty Bell in a league soccer match. Manson started the game with good energy.

Miguel Leyva scored by heading in a corner kick by Isidro Escoto at the 4 minute mark. Just two minutes later Miguel and Isidro connected again, Miguel heading in another corner. Manson held the lead until half time.

Four minutes into the second half Liberty Bell forward Nate Hirsch scored on a shot from the right side. With the score 2 – 1 Manson stepped up the pressure and Manson forward Michael Vasquez stole the ball from a Liberty Bell defender, crossed it in front of the goal and Aurelio Gutierrez- Perez kicked it in . Manson continued to attack and Eduardo Verduzco sent a long through-ball to Charlye Castro who scored to put Manson up 4 – 1.

Late in the game a Liberty Bell defender used his hand on the ball in the penalty area and Manson was awarded a penalty kick. Isidro Escoto scored the PK and the final score was 5 – 1.

There was no JV game. Manson plays next on Thursday hosting Cascade High School in a non-league game.

manson trojans logoApril 15, 2014

MANSON VS Liberty Bell

Score: 0-21

The Lady’s Trojans had a strong start in their league opener against Liberty Bell. Kristen Gibson had the start at the mound. She held LB for an inning and a half with no hits or runs and two strike outs. Defensively, Ally Paige, first baseman had two unassisted put-outs in the first two innings.

The Lady Trojans battled to stay in the game but with some hard hitting long shots from Liberty Bell, the game quickly got away from the Trojans. The game ended in three innings with LB taking the win 21-0.

Our defense and offense continues to improve as we head back to a week of practice and prepare for our next game.

Next home game is Saturday, April 19 –a double header against Lake Roosevelt beginning at 11:00 a.m. at Singleton Park in Manson.

manson trojans logoTuesday March 18th Manson Boys traveled to Bridgeport to play a non-league game. Bridgeport won 5 – 0.

Manson played well for stretches and had several scoring chances but they were unable to put the ball in the net. Bridgeport scored two goals in the first half, both on breakaways.

Manson goalkeeper Luis Alvarez made several key saves to keep the score close. Manson continued to press during the middle of the second half but defensive mistakes allowed Bridgeport to score 3 late goals. Luis Alvarez had 10 saves in the game and was replaced by Adrian Luna with ten minutes left in the game when Luis collided with a Bridgeport player.

Miguel Leyva had a good game in the midfield for Manson and had several scoring chances.

Manson plays next on Thursday March 20th, at Omak in another preseason game.

manson trojans logoSaturday Manson Boys began their 2014 soccer season at home against Brewster in a non-league game. Brewster won 4 – 1.

Manson played with just two returning players from last year’s 1A state quarterfinals team, defensive captain Enrique Hernandez and Midfielder Miguel Leyva.

Manson made a few mistakes and gave up an early goal to Brewster at the 8 minute mark. Manson had several chances to score as freshman Aurelio had a breakaway but just shot wide. Manson fell behind 4 – 0 before Michael Vasquez shot in a rebound after Aurelio’s shot went off the crossbar.

Luis Alvarez had 4 saves in the first half and Adrian Luna had 3 saves in the second half.

manson trojans logoOur league has been finalized for the next two years.  With all the options that were on the table I was excited by the way it turned out.  We will have some stiff competition, however we will not be driving as far south as we have in the past. 

CWB North League





Liberty Bell



Lake Roosevelt (Will be in the south for football)

CWB South League



Soap Lake

Waterville (will play football at the 1B level)

White Swan


We would only play the teams in the north.  If we played a team from the south it would be a non-league game.  Schedules are forming and fall schedules will be out soon.  In most sports we will have more league games then we had in the past 2 year cycle so we will play less non-league games.