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Agoura Girls Soccer Breezes By Thousand Oaks

The Agoura girls varsity soccer squad proves their mettle en route to victory over the Lancers of Thousand Oaks.

Girls Soccer

  • On Wednesday, the Agoura girls varsity soccer squad hosted the Lancers of Thousand Oaks in league play. Sitting in fifth place, the Chargers were desperate for a win. They came out strong controlling possession and the pace of the game. In the first half, they grabbed the lead off a goal by Maya Aviezer. Julie Watson, Agoura midfielder, followed suit with a goal of her own. In the second half, the Lancers answered with a goal of their own, but it was a little too late. Kinsey McLaughlin, Agoura striker, answered right back with a goal that iced the game late in the second half. The Chargers would finish with a 3-1 victory and move up the league rankings. Kelcie Brodsky recorded 10 saves on the day, and Kelsey McLaughlin had a strong showing on defense for Agoura.
  • On Friday, the Chargers hosted the Coyotes of Calabasas in hopes of keeping their winning streak alive. The game was a defensive battle throughout the first half. Both defenses shutout the opposition, refusing to relinquish a goal. In the second half, both teams picked up where they left off, with stellar defensive play. It wasn't until late in the second half when the Coyotes broke through on a drive and scored, ultimately grabbing the 1-0 victory. The Chargers slide to 2-3-5 in league play and next travel to Westlake on Tuesday to battle the first place Warriors.

Boys Soccer

  • On Wednesday, the Agoura varsity boys soccer team travelled to Thousand Oaks to battle the Lancers in league play. The game was a defensive battle with Agoura demonstrating great passing skills early and control of the midfield. In the second half, the Lancers forged ahead with the "go ahead" goal and notched the 1-0 victory. Agoura goalie, Justin Gastwirth, finished with four saves on the day.
  • On Friday, the Chargers travelled to Calabasas to challenge the Coyotes in league play. From the opening whistle, the Chargers proved to be too much for the Coyotes. They scored two goals in the first half, controlling the midfield and constantly challenging the defense. In the second half, it was much of the same with Agoura scoring three more goals off excellent team play. The Chargers ended the game with five different goal scorers and three others with assists. Liron Cohen, Ameet Stuhl, Charlie Villa-Lovos, Conor Kinford and Graham Anenberg each were credited with a goal, and Doug Wong, Gabe Polsky and Alex Simon each recorded an assist. Justin Gastwirth posted three saves in the 5-0 shutout. The Chargers move to 3-2-5 in league play and 5-8-6 overall. They will next host the Warriors of Westlake on Tuesday.

Girls Basketball

  • On Wednesday, the Agoura girls varsity basketball team hosted the Lancers of Thousand Oaks. The Chargers were focused on keeping their winning streak alive. From tipoff, the Chargers pulled away and outscored the Lancers 23-12 in the first quarter. The Chargers were led once again by Kylie Cunningham who posted 15 points, six assists and five rebounds. Shaunna Borenstein and Sydney Bennet combined for 21 points and 11 rebounds in the winning effort. The Chargers went on to grab the 60-51 victory.
  • On Friday, the Chargers travelled to Calabasas to battle the Coyotes in league play. The Chargers were carried by Kylie Cunningham and notched the easy 68-49 victory. The Chargers have won three of their last four games and are looking to make a late push for the playoffs. They move to 7-3 in league play and 12-10 overall and will next travel to Westalke on Tuesday to clash with the Warriors. 

Boys Basketball

  • On Wednesday, the Agoura varsity boys basketball squad travelled to Thousand Oaks to compete against the Lancers. The Lancers overwhelmed the Chargers from tipoff, controlling the rebounds and the pace of the game. The Lancers notched the 68-51 victory. Jeremy Yarin led the Chargers with 12 points and 12 rebounds. Michael Soffer was held to only four points and one assist.
  • On Friday, the Chargers hosted the Calabasas Coyotes in league play. The Coyotes were too fast for the Charger defense, scoring at will. Michael Soffer led the Chargers with 16 points and six rebounds. Jeremy Yarin also contributed with seven points and six rebounds in the loss. The Coyotes notched the easy 77-57 victory and, as a result, the Chargers slid to 4-6 in league play and 12-11 overall. The Chargers will next host the Warriors of Westlake on Tuesday.

Girls Water Polo

  • The Agoura girls varsity water polo team battled the Panthers of Newbury Park on Monday. The Chargers made quick work of the Panthers, rolling over them with ease 18-4. The Chargers remain a perfect 7-0 in league play and 13-3 overall. The Chargers next host the Lancers of Thousand Oaks on Tuesday in league play.

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