BC women’s soccer team continue to build their strong winning streak

Franco Castelo, Reporter

Bakersfield College women’s soccer team faced  Victor Valley College at Memorial Stadium and left with another victory with the score of 4-0.

With only seven seconds on the clock, Rhyan Acosta sent the ball from midfield and scores. Acosta displayed consistent and great passes and callouts to her teammates during the entire first half of the game. At minute 21,  Jackie Zavala scored with help of the center midfielders ending the first half with a score 2-0. 

While in halftime, the Renegade players discussed and commented on being more consistent with their plays and having control while under pressure.

Sophomore Jackie Garcia headbutts the ball back to her team.

During the second half, Victor Valley’s defense becomes more of a challenge for the Renegades but did not stop Freshman Emily Lostetter scoring an impressive goal over the defense and keeper a minute 70. 

The Renegades showed dominance both offensively and defensively making it hard for the college of Victory Valley to accomplish anything.

Forward Amy Packard displayed aggressive pressure for the forwards of Victor Valley College making it difficult for them as well.

Finally, the last goal was made by Lissette Garcia with only one minute left before the referee blew the whistle with the final score of 4-0.

Franco Castelo
Forward Amy Packard battles the defense of Victory Valley for the ball.

The Renegades are now 9-3 in the season and improving with every game and challenge that they are faced with.