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Dallas Soccer News - FW South Hills 1 Grapevine 0, Antonio Garcia, Mario Garcia, Rene Renteria

Late goal lifts FW South Hills past Grapevine

Published 4/3/2015 12:22:22 AM by staff from dallas
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The gusty winds made the playoff match between Grapevine and FW South Hills a tale of two halves.  Whoever had the wind at their backs attacked almost exclusively while the other side defended for their life.  South Hills took advantage of their half with the wind and scored a late goal to slip past Grapevine and advance.

Grapevine had the win in the opening half and were unable to cash in despite several close calls and near misses.  Rene Renteria appeared to have scored in the 19th minute, but he was ruled offside on the play.  South Hills survived the onslaught and as the match went scoreless to the break the Mustangs were in big trouble.

FW South Hills opened the second half and were getting chances like Grapevine got in the opening 40 minutes.  A Marcos Pinales free kick went off the Grapevine goalie’s hands and off both posts before bouncing back into play. Pinales later lined another free kick that narrowly cleared to safety.

Finally with only nine minutes to play South Hills got their goal.  They were able to punish Grapevine on a set piece.  Antonio Garcia headed in a corner kick from Mario Garcia and the celebration was on.  Grapevine tried to recover but the win in their face was just too strong to generate much going forward.

The Scorpions move to 18-5-2 and advance to the Region I quarterfinals next week against the winner of Friday night’s game between Denton and Granbury.


Label: FW South Hills 1 Grapevine 0, Antonio Garcia, Mario Garcia, Rene Renteria
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