By Joe Naiman
Village News Correspondent 

Toth makes 19 saves in Sockers' regular-season finale

 

Last updated 3/19/2018 at 12:01pm

Sen. Joel Anderson shows off some fancy footwork on the soccer pitch at the celebrity soccer game held during halftime of the San Diego Sockers' final game of the season, March 3. Courtesy photo

The San Diego Sockers closed out their 2017-2018 regular season with a 10-3 win over the El Paso Coyotes, and 2007 Fallbrook High School graduate Chris Toth made 19 saves in the March 3 game at the Valley View Casino Center also known as the San Diego Sports Arena.

The 5,218 spectators in attendance actually saw two games; a halftime celebrity game included the first soccer play by state Sen. Joel Anderson since the Sockers' 1978 initial season.

Toth saved all four El Paso shots during the first period, in which the Sockers scored three times. Toth stopped the Coyotes' first six shots on...



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