Men’s soccer ends losing streak with a draw

The Warriors’ men’s soccer team travelled to San Bernardino on Friday for its seventh game of the season, tying the game at 1-1, according to the California Community College Athletic Association (CCCAA)’s website.

El Camino started the game strong with an early goal at the 1:59 mark from forward Manuel Paez, with the assist going to midfielder Everado Cardenas to give the Warriors a 1-0 lead.

The Wolverines’ midfielder, Robert Morales, would get his team back in the game at the 33:33 mark to tie the game at one, and neither team would be able to make the right plays to earn the win.

San Bernardino finished the day with 21 shots, with midfielders Hector Hernandez, Aldahir Madrid, and Robert Morales leading their team with three shots each.

El Camino finished the day with 12 shots, with forward Manuel Paez leading the Warriors with three shots on the day.

The Warriors finished the day with 11 total saves, while the Wolverines finished the day with three total saves.

The Warriors’ record is now 1-5-1, and look to turn their record around as they travel to El Camino’s Compton Center on Tuesday, Sept. 29.