San Antonio FC added Jamaican midfielder Omar Gordon on loan for the upcoming season, the team announced Tuesday. The deal is pending United Soccer League and U.S. Soccer Federation approval. Terms were not disclosed. Gordon, 26, joined SAFC for the final months of last season, starting 10 of 11 matches and scoring one goal and assisting on two others. He played for Jamaica in the 2017 CONCACAF Gold Cup, helping his squad reached the final before losing to the U.S. 1-0.
Two San Antonio area high school boys soccer teams are ranked among the nation’s best. Reagan is No. 14 and Central Catholic is 49th in the latest Top Drawer Fab 50 national rankings. The Rattlers went from unranked to its spot after going 2-1 at the Austin Lakes Showcase, including defeating Arlington Sam Houston 3-1. Sam Houston was No. 8 in the nation at the time and was No. 1 in the publication’s preseason rankings. It was the second strong result this season for Reagan, which also tied No.
Joshua Hallenberger, Johnson: midfielder/sophomore — Had five goals and an assist as Jaguars went 4-0, including 3-0 at the Austin Lakes tournament. He scored two goals in a win over 2017 Class 6A state semifinalist Pasadena Dobie and tallied two goals - including the game-winner with 30 seconds left - against Round Rock Westwood. Central Catholic’s Jose Gallegos racked up three straight two-goal games and added two assists as Buttons went 4-0, including 3-0 at the North East ISD tournament.
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