Delta High School's inaugural season in 4A WSL play has been anything but a pleasing success. Delta finds itself at the bottom of league standings with a league record of 0-4 and 2-9 overall.
A pair of losses this past week didn't help matters. The Panthers fell (3-0) to 3A Aspen and Grand Valley (2-1).
The Panthers traveled to Aspen on Tuesday (Sept. 25) to take on the Skiers. Edwin Soto netted two goals while teammate Robinson Coulter scored the third goal for Aspen. Two of the goals came in the first half with Dylan Braswell being credited with an assist.
Saturday's encounter with Grand Valley took place in Parachute.
The Cardinals scored both of their goals in the first half on shots from Luis Vicencio and Santos Cornejo. Will Hinkle had one assist.
Delta scored its lone goal in the second half.
Battle Mountain continues its hold on the top spot with records of 7-0 and 9-0 overall. Summit is second at 5-1 and 6-3 with Steamboat Springs third at 5-3 and 6-4.
Palisade is shown in fourth place with marks of 5-4 in both league and overall matches played. Eagle Valley is fifth (3-5 and 3-6), Glenwood Springs is sixth (1-5 and 2-6), and Rifle is seventh (1-6 and 2-6).
Following Tuesday's (Oct. 2) match in Gypsum against Eagle Valley, the Panthers will have three matches left in the 2012 season. An Oct. 11 contest with Palisade has been moved from Delta to CMU and the Oct. 13 game with Grand Valley has been moved to the 20th and will be the Panthers last game. Seniors will be honored at that contest.
The Oct. 18 match with Moffat County is still set for Oct. 18.blog comments powered by Disqus