Men’s soccer makes it to regionals

Shanee Warden
City Times

The City College men’s soccer team’s post-season playoffs came to an end on Nov. 21.

The team lost in the Southern California Regional playoffs in their second round against Irvine Valley. This is the second straight year the team as made the playoffs. The Knights had a 15-1-5 record against Irvine Valley’s of 15-3-4.

City College had the lead at 2-1 in the 69th minute of the game. However, Irvine Valley came back and scored a second goal within the two last minutes of the game. After two overtime sessions with no score, the game moved into penalty kicks. City College was outscored 4-1.

This season was the third consecutive season under the head coach, Milton Hidalgo. The team since then has earned a Pacific Coast Conference title and a three-year record of 47-7-5.

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