Unbeaten Taft High advanced Wednesday to the quarterfinals of the Class 3A/2A/1A OSAA State Boys Soccer Championships with an 11-0 first-round home victory over Central Linn at Voris Field.
Hoping there's no place like home, the Taft High boys soccer team will make its sixth straight appearance in the 16-team OSAA State Boys Soccer Championships with hopes of advancing into the semifinals or beyond for the first time in recent memory.
Coach Ryan Ulicni's squad had greater obstacles to overcome in facing the defending State champions Tuesday.
Taft High junior co-captain Sammy Halferty scored the game’s only goal early in the first half on an assist from freshman Aubrey Sciarrota on Monday for a 1-0 girls soccer league win at Gervais that kept the Tigers' postseason hopes alive.
Saying “this is what soccer is supposed to look like,” Taft High Coach Ryan Ulicni’s boys squad proved “nothing short of spectacular” in a...
Tuesday’s scoreless home league tie with Dayton will go down as perhaps the Tigers’ most memorable showdown of the season.
Calling it his team’s most complete match of the season, Taft High Coach Joey Arce-Torres’ girls soccer team played Dayton to a 1-1 league home tie Tuesday.
The scoreboard declared Blanchet Catholic a 2-0 boys soccer winner Thursday over Taft, but Tigers Coach Ryan Ulicni would beg to differ.
Junior Estib Hernandez and sophomores Jose Flores and Alex Del Valle scored goals, while senior goalkeeper William Brooks knocked away 10 shots.
Taft High ran into a buzz saw known as Yamhill-Carlton at Voris Field on Monday, falling 3-0 to the State’s sixth-ranked girls soccer team.