Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose hit the road to face the Vacaville Elite and returned home with three points in the standings. RSJ outscored Vacaville 3-2 in an exciting game as the teams traded goals throughout. Heriberto Guerro put RSJ on top from the penalty spot in the 11th minute. Vacaville responded to even the match and then Denis Sorto put RSJ up 2-1 going into halftime. Just after the break, Vacaville tied the match from a corner kick. Then Martinez, in the 80th minute, scored to make the score 3-2. The RSJ defense took control to bring the three points home. Big performances were put in by Noe Olivo and Manny Meza who started in midfield for the unavailable Olasunknami Abass and Juan Torres.

Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose came back from a goal down twice to earn a draw with defending Wild West Division Champions Contra Costa FC on October 5th. Justin Fathali headed in from close range during a stoppage-time goalmouth scramble off a corner kick. The first was played to a 0-0 stalemate then came a trio of goals to start the second half. CCFC quickly broke from a failed RSJ corner kick to grab the lead in the 51st minute. Then just a minute later Diego Madrigal pulled RSJ even. Shortly after a defensive miscue in the RSJ defense led to CCFC going in front again in the 55th minute. Then came RSJ's dramatic stoppage-time goal to end what was an intense and exciting match.

Real San Jose Soccer Club

Real San Jose overcame a horrendous start to earn home draw versus JASA. JASA scored a tap in from about 2 yards out following an attack down the RSJ left flank. Somehow and quite inexplicably the entire RSJ defense left the goal unattended as the ball slipped through them. The frustrating start could be traced to the fact that Daniel Corral was out of the lineup and his replacement was caught for out of position on the goal. RSJ recovered from that defensive blunder to get even in the 24th minute by also scoring into an unprotected net. Eddie Guerrero ran onto a ball that skipped through the JASA penalty area and coolly brought the score even. RSJ, for the first time this season kept the majority of the play in the opponents half for a long stretch going into halftime. Somehow all that change in the second half when the game evened out and eventually ended in a draw.

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