Women pick up first win of season over San Diego City
SAN DIEGO, CA (10/1/19) – Palomar picked up their first win of the season over San Diego City College in a 4-0 thriller.
Valerie Hernandez got right to work and scored the first goal for the Comets at the 8-minute mark on an assist from Sandra Martinez. Alyssa Jackson joined in on the scoring after an assist from Martinez at the 31-minute mark. Still in the first half, Hernandez had a rebound goal from Dominique Driggs. In the second half, San Diego City scored on their own goal to make the score 4-0.
Goalie Kassandra Blanchard had four saves in the 74 minutes she played. Hernandez played 16 minutes and recorded one save.
Cervera received a red card and Hernandez and Driggs both received yellow cards. This was Driggs's second yellow card of the season and Hernandez's first yellow card. Because Cervera received a red card, she will sit out the next game.
The Comets are now 1-5-3 overall and 1-2-1 in conference play. They will be home on Friday to take on San Diego Mesa at 3 p.m.