UA soccer stuns #10 UCLA in historic win


hey let’s start things off with some big news coach Amato and the U of A soccer team just beat 10th ranked UCLA to 0 and that folks was a Galasso my book wilson check it out again the Wildcats are on a roll Arizona’s beaten UCLA in soccer for the first time since 2004 bear down what a victory good evening to you a posse kala we’re just over 24 hours away from another action-packed edition of the Friday football fever we’re talking the most in-depth high school football show in southern Arizona and this week there’s actually an early Thursday night game this evening between des review and rink on let’s head on out to Midtown where the Rangers were storming right at you coach Mike’s track at his boys we’re hoping to win for the 4th time in six games but without the bad it would be desert view striking first check out surge but way taking it from the house surge but way saying it I that is because boy way with the callback UT DS call back but hey let’s check it out again and this time go away we’ll carry the ball all the way to the goal line that sets up a TD to put the jaguars up early and on the ensuing kickoff how about Steven Tiger making it happen captain gotta love them nice run back break he tackles until finally he will be thrown out of balance last checker Jaguars leading by 2 we have more on koat.com moving on starting tonight at keno Stadium of past and future major leaguers and prospects are hidden the field for the Mexican baseball Fiesta popular pro baseball teams in this region Pat Kino stadium as they continue their preseason training in the Old Pueblo we are talking the LOC anodic arrows obregón yaki’s los mochis con ellos Culiacan Toma Tarot’s Navajo Meyers angular’s the Mexicali and post past prospects from the White Sox thousands turned out tonight in the early game the opening on Yankees trailed 3 to 2 against the candy arrows from Los Mochis and with a runner in scoring position Tomas Solis will come through for the Yaquis the RBI will tie things up in this game ends in a 3-3 tie there’ll be more games on Friday Saturday and Sunday also the next two days the classic rivalry game will take place between ed Maceo and over two teams in Pat Kino Stadium every year right here in Tucson big crowds tonight all right don’t look now but the winner of Saturday’s match the opportunity U of A in Colorado will also be all alone in first place in the pac-12 South yes you heard me right every other pac-12 team and the South has a loss already we’re talking USC you tie or is on a state UCLA a win would also give the cats four victories in a row and with Arizona’s defense improving every week there’s lots of excited fans out there that’s for sure especially if you’re a walkout fan got to be excited even with the uncertainty of Khalil Tate’s injury the quarterback position still seems to be in good hands if freshman Greg can L get some snaps again this weekend remember he threw for around 350 yards and was named the pac-12 Freshman of the week also some little-known wide receivers coming into the season or now getting some press that includes this guy number five junior wide receiver Brian Casteel the play you were looking at end up being called back because apparently Castillo’s knee was down during the catch right there but he still his athleticism and breaking off tackle isn’t that something ROTC the touchdown well that’s also getting some eyes out there check it out he’s the top of the pack but this I kind of use my runningback skills that I have in the legs and tackles and I came around I got loosed from the first one I came around and it was actually one of my friends I grew up with number 12 when this year later trying to talk to me logic gates and I just kept trying to just move my feet as much as I could and continue trying to score and he let me go and then after that just it was a good feeling a lot of feeling unfortunately called back but hey still the talk of the pac-12 we’ll be right back last look at your way

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