WCS 99 Wild on track for 5-peat

West Coast Soccer Wild takes another big step forward in their quest for 5th straight state titles. West Coast Wild has become the most dominant girls
youth soccer team in the country the past 5 years claiming 4 consecutive state titles, regional and two national titles to their name. This #1
nationally ranked team took to the field on Saturday May 13th at the Davis Soccer Complex to compete for a spot in the state championship against the highly touted Blues FC from Sacramento. Wild were down 1-0 from a breakaway by speedy Blues forward Jasmyne Dunn who was bumped in the box and awarded a penalty kick. Wild and Blues surged back and forth until West Coast Callie Crain tied the game at one a piece. Second half adjustments by master licensed coach Troy Dayak helped Wild completely take over the game. Blues were limited to only one shot while West Coast Wild dominated possession and scoring opportunities. Sheehan would notch goal number two and three to take the lead. Wild did not look back and fired multiple shots before Meghan Giamona added the fourth. Strong play by GK Jennifer Kovisto and defenders Robyn McCarthy, Madison Carlton, Kylie Martinez, Ali Bischof, Haley Boastard and Nailah Staples helped lock down the powerful attack from the blues. Midfielders Aveena Cline, Sofia Lowe, Lauren Sisneros and Miori Freeman took charge of distributing the action and forwards Rachel McCarthy, Tori Deihl, Paola Samaniego pressured all game long. After the strong 4-1 performance over Blues FC in semi final next West Coast Wild will play in the coveted CalNorth State Cup on Saturday and Sunday followed by the Norcal State Championship game on Sunday evening