The women host Napa Valley College on Friday at 2 p.m.
Last year, College of the Siskiyous Eagle soccer player Hannah Chappell was second in the Golden Valley Conference with 12 assists. They haven’t found someone this year to feed their strikers and have only 1 goal in their first 4 matches.
Sacramento City College scored two minutes into the Sept. 3 game with the Eagles. Keely McLeod tied the match at 37 minutes with the Eagles first goal of the year, assisted by Elena McConnachie.
But the Panthers scored three more times to get the 4-1 win. They took 24 shots in the game, 15 of them on goal and Eagle keeper Toni Little did well to allow only 4 goals.
It was more of the same at Ohlone on Sunday, Sept. 8 with the Eagles being outshot 13 to 5. The Renegades led only 1-0 at halftime, but scored twice in the second half to get the 3-0 win.
The women host Napa Valley College on Friday at 2 p.m. at the COS campus in Weed.