By Sergio Berrueta
The East Los Angeles College Huskies won a key South Coast Conference game, 4-2, after an aggressive match against No. 2-ranked Mt. San Antonio College Oct. 14 at home in Weingart Stadium.
Two Huskies were injured. Maria Beccerra fell and slid to the ground at minute 15.
Also, Ayre Looney of ELAC was injured after jumping in the air to dodge a player.
Looney missed the landing when coming down.
She was taken out of the game around the 47-minute mark.
During minute 63, Mt. SAC’s Daisy Macias and Samantha Orodpour got into a scuffle with Cristal Montoya of ELAC.
A few minutes after the scuffle, Montoya was subbed out for a now recovered Looney.
Blakeley Ficenec made the first goal for the Huskies at the 15-minute mark.
ELAC’s Carla Quijada scored a total of three goals in the game at minutes 33, 40. This brings Quijada’s number of goals this season to a staggering 23 goals.
Mt. SAC’s Hailey Havelind scored the first goal of the game, putting the Mounties ahead of the Huskies, 1-0, at the five-minute mark.
The Huskies will play at Robinson Stadium at Pasadena City College Oct. 17 at 3 p.m.