On Sunday, October 20, the West Coast Avalanche 09 Earthquakes took on the San Ramon Tri-Valley 09 boys team at home at Legacy fields in Tracy. The Earthquakes came out strong in the first half scoring two goals by forwards Rujal Sah assisted by Masyn Nuebel and Jarren Nagra, assisted by midfielder Connor Giuliacci. The Quakes passing was spot on and before the end of the half, Sarvin Varshney scored one more goal ending the half 3-0. Tri-Valley came out during the second half with determination and a whole different momentum. They scored two goals of their own bringing the score 3-2. Avalanche made a change in their back line to reinforce the defense and was also able to score one more goal by Austin Aycock assisted by Santiago Gomez from a throw in by Neil Mishra. West Coast Avalanche went on to defeat San Ramon, 4-2.

U12 Girls Katz soared to another victory Saturday, October 19, starting the game with strong defense from Bella Hansen, Sydney Stephens, and Addison McNeil. After multiple dangerous attacks by West Coast Karly Martins took an amazing shot from outside the box giving the Katz the lead. Blue Spurs resounded well and were able to tie up the game. The Katz came back with Taylen Dayak scoring two shots within four minutes of each other, giving West Coast Katz a 3-1 lead. Second half the Katz attempted more shots and Martins made a penalty kick to give the Katz a 4-1 lead. Blue Spurs made another goal near the end of the game but Katz played some strong team defense to hold the Blue Spurs for a 4-2 win.

West Coast 2010 Klash had their final league game this last Sunday where they showed their toughness and grit in a battle against Mustangs Thunder 2010. The first half started with Maya Boosahda in goal and strong defense of Kaylee Gilbert, Isabella Humphrey and Alivia Narducci-Chiunti in the back. The defense did not falter as they stepped up to pressure the Mustangs not allowing them to take many shots on goal. Tatum Conover, Ana Brewster-Portillo and Claudia Daniels all led the charge in the middle of the field and showed great combination passing throughout the match. Mustangs held strong for a 0-0 score going into halftime. In the second half Ana Brewster-Portillo took over in goal where she did an amazing job stopping balls and was fearless in charging the ball when Mustangs came into her end. The combination of Olivia Strehle, Maya Boosahda and Vivianna Martinez playing at the forward positions put a lot of pressure on the opponents and nearly got West Coast on the board. In the last few minutes of the game the Mustangs almost scored but an amazing save off the foot of defender Alivia Narducci-Chiunti stopped that attempt. The game ended in a 0-0 tie with both teams putting out everything they had on the field.