Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Ponce, Herredia
RSJ raced out to a 3-0 lead after 15 minutes and went on to win 6-1 over FC Sacramento at PAL Stadium. Lorenzo Vasquez and Jose Mendoza each scored three. Alberto Garcia-Escamilla had three assits and Jose Avalos created two assists.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Rodriguez
RSJ raced out to a 3-0 lead after 15 minutes and went on to win 5-1 over IFX Ballistic at PAL Stadium. Lorenzo Vasquez scored three and Jorge Curiel and Jose Avalos both scored once.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Sanchez
RSJ lost the match 1-0 to unbeaten Victory FC. It was just one of those games with a missed penalty kick and the ball finding the post instead of the net.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Vasquez, Sanchez
RSJ earned three point in dramatic style by scoring the game winning goal in the 89th minute. Brandon Hernandez scored from close range off a rebound from a shot by Angel Heredia. Alberto Escamilla scored a first half goal off a corner delivered by Heredia.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Avalos, Heredia
RSJ lost 4-2 to Magic Valley FC in Filer Idaho. RSJ goals came from Lorenzo Vasquez and Cesar Rodriguez. The first half ended 2-2. With seven minutes remaining Magic Valley took full advantage of a controversial referee call for a penalty against RSJ.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable:Curiel, Avalas
RSJ defeated Western nevada 2-0. Goals were scored by Angel Heredia and Lorenzo Vasquez. RSJ played their best defensive game of the season.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable:Curiel, Avalos, F. Hession-Harris
RSJ defeated CD Pamperos 5-4. Lorenzo Vasquez scored four goals and we named UPSL Player of the Week.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Arellano, Curiel, Heredia, Blecher, F. Hession-Harris
RSJ defeated FC Sacramento 6-1. Jay Caines, Alberto Garcia, Fernando Sanchez each scored one goal. Lorenzo Vasquez came off the bench in the second half to score a hat trick.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Arellano, Gonzalez
Jose Avalos put RSJ up 1-0 in the first half. The lead help until the later stages when Victory FC scored three.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Steuer, Heredia, Avalos, Gonzalez, Moya, Martinez, Arellano, Blecher
RSJ pretty much gave this one away to CD Aguiluchos. After leading 1-0 late into the second half a defensive gaff against the run of play and a questionable second goal lost the game.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Heredia, Avalos, Gonzalez, F. Hession-Harris, T. Hession-Harris, Segivia, Caines
Boise came out firing on all cylindars and took a 3-0 lead into half time. The match ended with a 4-0 loss.
Real San Jose
Key injuries/unavailable: Steuer, Gonzalez
RSJ opened the season in exciting style at Western Nevada. RSJ lead 1-0 at the half behind a long range goal from Rene Segovia. Western Nevada scored twice in 10 minutes, and then Borga Moya tied the match that ended in 2-2.

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Lorenzo Vaquez scored his third hat-trick of the season as RSJ scored early and often.
Real San Jose scored three times in the first fifteen minutes, withstood a IFX late first half push and then dominated the second half to earn a 5-1 victory and tie for the final UPSL Northwest playoff spot on June 6 at PAL Stadium. RSJ is now in a tie for the fourth and final playoff spot with Magic Valley FC from Idaho and four points behind Western Nevada with two less game played. RSJ hosts Sacramento FC this Saturday, 7:00 pm, at PAL Stadium.

The RSJ striker tandem of Lorenzo Vasquez and Jose Avalos proved to be too much for the IFX defense as they combined for three of the five goals. Avalos setup Vasquez to score in the second minute. Jorge Curiel fired in a loose ball in the fifth minute and Alberto Garcia-Escamilla assisted on a second Vasquez goal in the 15th minute. IFX hit with a goal and had their best chance to get closer blocked by RSJ goalkeeper Jonathan Arellano before halftime.

The second half belonged to Avalos-Vasquez combination and each setup the other to score in the second half.

Notes:

Lorenzo Vasquez: Today’s game was a great game. Coach Marcus (Kothner) demanded that we try and touch the ball more and keep control of the game and that’s what we did. Being able to go up 3-0 in the first 15 minutes was what the coach and team needed. The team was just amazing today.

Jonathan Arellano: The guys were ready to put our last game behind us and came out firing. I think we scored the fastest goal in our club’s history. We jump on IFX early and they didn’t know what hit them.

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