Lady Bears are 10-0 on varsity soccer field

Halle Aparicio, left, and Alondra Torres double team a Lady Lion.

Kelsey Ochoa (14) right, mixes it up with a Mountain Lions’ player.

BREWSTER – In a game worthy of a sports newsreel replay, the undefeated Lady Bears varsity soccer team came from a goal down to stop second-place Liberty Bell, 4-2, in a clash between the Central Washington 2B Leagues top two teams last Thursday, Oct. 19.
The Lady Mountain Lions were nursing a 2-1 lead into the second half when Brewster senior forward Yvette Sanchez lifted a penalty kick perfectly over the head of Liberty Bell goal keeper Lauren Ochoa with 25 minutes left on the clock to knot the game 2-2.
A Brewster inbound corner kick near the Mountain Lions goal two minutes later was accidently deflected off a Liberty Bell player’s foot and into the net to put the Bears up, 3-2.
The Mountain Lions got their own opportunity to tie the game on a penalty kick, but the attempt was high, and Liberty Bell never really threatened again through the remainder of the half.
With less than two minutes remaining on the clock, Sanchez sent a second well-executed penalty kick over Ochoa’s head to ice the game 4-2 for Brewster.
Raiders fall
The Lady Bears preserved their winning streak with a 7-1 home victory over fifth-place Lake Roosevelt (3-6) on Saturday, Oct. 21.
Brewster was scheduled to play fourth-place Bridgeport on the road, Tuesday, Oct. 24, and will travel to Lake Roosevelt for its final regular season game on Thursday, Oct. 26.

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