• Girls Soccer: Pacific Grove and Greenfield Capture Their First MTAL Title

    Pacific Grove, who started out the season 7-0-2 in MTAL League play, lost 3 of their final 5 games. Including, a 5-3 loss to Santa Catalina in the season finale. [02-17-15]

    Not all was bad for the Breakers though, as they entered the final day of girls’ soccer with the same record as Greenfield, who were tied with Pacific Grove for first place. Greenfield finished off their season with a loss as well. Losing to Soledad 4-2 on Tuesday night, giving the Breakers and Bruins a share of the MTAL.

    This is the First time that the Breakers or Bruins have won a league title in girls’ soccer.

    Meetings will take place this weekend to determine the seeds for the CCS playoffs. With the playoffs starting next week

    MTAL Final Standings

    League

    Overall

    Greenfield

    8-3-3

    10-5-3

    Pacific Grove

    8-3-3

    8-6-3

    Soledad

    8-4-2

    8-6-2

    Santa Catalina

    7-5-2

    7-7-2

    Carmel

    6-4-3

    9-5-3

    King City

    5-5-3

    5-8-4

    Stevenson

    3-8-2

    4-8-2

    Gonzales

    0-13

    1-15

     

    posted to Cedar Street Times on February 18, 2015

    Topics: Front PG News, Sports

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