12-13 Chelan Sports

3.23 - 4.2.13 Soccer






















Junior Ivan Magdaleno makes an attempt on goal against the Brewster Bears. Chelan won this game 3-0 and claimed the top spot in the CTL. Magdaleno scored one goal against Brewster.




Photo Gallery 2 - 4.2.13 Chelan v Brewster

Chelan soccer emerges on top of the CTL heap

Next home game is against rival Manson on April 11

By Richard Uhlhorn


Going into the game on Tuesday, April 2, Chelan and Brewster were tied for first place in the Caribou Trail League. After a hard fought battle between two excellent teams, Chelan emerged as the clear winner 3-0 and now have a record of 6 and 0.


The game was a see-saw affair with both teams battling up and down the field. It was Senior Eleazar Galvan who finally scored Chelanís first and only goal in the first half of this game. Senior Alejandro Angulo assisted Galvan who kicked an incredibly hard post shot that found the back of Brewsterís net.


In the second half, Brewster and Chelan continued to battle it out with both teams taking shots at the goal for 34 minutes. With only six minutes remaining to play, Galvan scored another goal to give Chelan a 2-0 lead and then Senior Erick Garcia gave a beautiful cross kick and found Junior Ivan Magdaleno on the far side of the goal. Magdaleno put a great shot into the goal for Chelanís third goal of the game.


Chelan Junior goal keeper Miguel Sanchez stopped all attempts on Chelanís goal by Brewster and was awarded the shutout.


Prior to the Brewster game, Chelan hosted Tonasket at Mountain Goat Field and shut the Tigers out 6-0 with Ivan Magdaleno scoring two goals, Humberto Ramirez scoring off an assist by Magdaleno and Eleazar Galvan also finding the back of the net for a goal. Humberto Ramirez kicked a goal off an assist by Magdaleno. Senior Alejandro Angulo scored Chelanís fourth goal and Chelan went to the break ahead 4-0.


In the second half Senior Juan Garcia got his first goal and then Angulo scored a second goal towards the end of the game to help shut out the Tigers.


On Tuesday, March 26, the Goats traveled to Leavenworth and beat the Kodiaks 5-0. While Chelan was able to control the ball for the most of the first half, they had a hard time finding the back of the net.


Eleazar Galvan found the back of the net five minutes into this game for the only goal of the first half. Kodiakís goalie had 10 saves in this game, but Chelan found the ticket and scored another four goals before the final whistle with Angulo kicking a goal off a throw-in by Diego Avina. Angulo then found Avian in a cross three minutes later. Avina headed the ball into the goal. Galvan found the back of the net for Chelanís fourth goal and Galvan scored his goal in the 61st minute. Angulo got his second goal off an assist by Galvan. Chelanís junior goalkeepter Miguel Sanchez was awarded the shutout.


On Saturday, March 23, Chelan beat Omak by a score of 11- 1.


Chelan, under the able coaching of Coach Jamie Richards, Gilberto Romero and Jim Broome is becoming an exciting team to watch. Like last year, this team has a real chance of making it back to the State Playoffs and maybe this year, winning it all.


They are fun to watch.



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