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Condors Season Ends

2019 WSC Champion Condors
2019 WSC Champion Condors

The Condors set out with one goal in mind at the beginning of the season--to win another CCCAA Championship.  That pursuit was ended on Saturday on a muddy pitch in Cerritos, CA.

The Cerritos Falcons defeated OC 4-1, with off-and-on rain and a home-field advantage, that prooved too much.

Oxnard opened with a 1-0 lead, on a goal by Luis Juarez from Carlos Gomez and Jose Olea.  The mud and lack of grass created many slips and strange bounces as the Condors defended against the number-two ranked team in southern California.

The Falcons scored in the 30th minute to tie the contest at 1-1.  Cerritos got one more goal in the first half, going to the break up 2-1.

Some dubious cards were shown in the second half, giving Cerritos a two-man advantage for the majority of the second period.  Oxnard amassed 19 yellow cards on the season, with opponents picking up 45 total.  However, this game saw OC pick-up five cards (3 yellow and two red) to the Falcon's two yellows.

The Falcons tacked on two second half goals to end the game 4-1, and to end OC's run at a second State Championsip.

Oxnard finished the season at 17-4-3 and a Western State Conference title to their credit.