Varsity Boys Soccer

Milpitas 1, Palo Alto 1

Date of competition: Tuesday, January 26, 2010

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The Palo Alto boys’ soccer team didn’t lose in its match with host Milpitas on Tuesday, but the Vikings did lose their grip on first place in the SCVAL De Anza Division following a 1-1 deadlock with the Trojans. Paly fell into second place (3-1-2, 6-3-5) while Gunn moved into first after a 1-0 win over Los Altos.

Despite out-shooting Milpitas, 10 to 2, in the first half, Palo Alto walked off at halftime down 1-0. Paly had plenty of opportunities but, despite a combination of crosses from the end line and direct shots on goal, could not score in the first half.

Milpitas played a tough second half with a number of clears and several saves by the Milpitas keeper. With 13 minutes remaining, John Richardson sent another cross to the back post and Alex Freeman out-manuevered the Milpitas keeper for the tying score.

posted by Palo Alto Online on Jan 26, 2010 at 10:39 pm

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posted by Keith Peters on Jan 27, 2010 at 11:36 am

Palo Alto's Grant Sauer controls the action during a 1-1 tie with host Milpitas on Tuesday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Palo Alto's John Anderton helped the Vikings take control thoughout much of Tuesday's 1-1 deadlock with host Milpitas. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Palo Alto's John Richardson provided an assist on the tying goal during Paly's 1-1 deadlock with host Milpitas on Tuesday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

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