Season up for grabs in the second half

Competitive, entertaining, unpredictable — Sonoma County League boys soccer promises a memorable second half of the season.

While favorite Analy is holding form atop the league standings, little separates the other six squads. Consider that Piner, at the bottom, has a win over resurgent Healdsburg. Despite a down year, one of Sonoma Valley's victories came against second-place Petaluma.

"So far, the league is very competitive. Most game scores seem to be very close," said Analy coach Peter Meechan.

Even with the loss of Casa Grande and Windsor to the North Bay League, there has been little dropoff with the addition of Elsie Allen and Piner to the SCL.

"It seems like anybody can jump up and win any day," said Petaluma coach Greg Lamansky. "We definitely are beating up on each other."

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