Martin Molina's scoring streak lives.
Molina scored for the seventh consecutive game, lifting the Modesto Junior College men's soccer team to a 4-3 victory over host Cosumnes River with a goal in the final two minutes of play Friday.
Modesto led 2-0 at halftime and 3-1 midway through the second half. The Hawks scored two quick goals to tie the game at 3-3.
But the Pirates, not willing to give up their second-place standing in the Big 7 Conference, refused to allow Cosumnes River to force overtime.
Victor Perez, who scored in the first half, leads Modesto (11-4-3, 5-1-1 Big 7) with 10 goals this season. Molina has seven goals and a team-high eight assists.
SANTA ROSA 4, MODESTO 0, at Santa Rosa -- The Pirates (13-4-2, 6-4-2 Big 8) were dealt their first shutout loss of the season, as the Bear Cubs (12-2-4, 9-1-2 Big 8) scored on three set plays.
ALL-CCAA -- Cal State Stanislaus senior Cherie Early was named to the All-California Collegiate Athletic Association first team.
The Sierra High grad had four goals and six assists in 2007, finishing her career with 49 points, second most in CSUS history.
Teammate Melissa Phillips, a junior, was a second-team pick after her stellar play in the backfield. She also had three goals and an assist.
Sophomore Bri McClain earned honorable mention. She led the Warriors with six goals and added two assists.
Stanislaus goalkeeper Mando Herrera was a second-team men's pick. The senior recorded six shutouts and finished his career with 20.
Senior Alfredo Renteria and sophomore Artemio Arteaga earned honorable mention. Arteaga paced Stanislaus with four goals and Renteria had two.
MJC 3, DIABLO VALLEY 0 -- Stephanie Doerksen scored the final point on a back slide hit to give the Pirates a 30-24, 30-18, 31-29 Big 8 victory. Doerksen led the way with 20 digs and four blocks.
Allison Mikkelsen was a star with 17 kills, establishing herself on the outside before hitting from the middle to confuse the Vikings.
"We run a play she does better than almost anybody else I've seen in Northern California and it makes her so productive," coach Dave Winfrey said.
"She starts in the middle and runs out, taking the ball away from where everybody thinks it's going to go in the heart of their defense. Most of her kills went off the blockers' hands."
Modesto (16-8, 6-4 Big 8) plays host to Delta on Wednesday at 6:30 p.m. in its final home match.
CSU MONTEREY BAY 3, CSU STANISLAUS 1, at Seaside -- The Warriors (6-21, 3-12 CCAA) lost 29-31, 30-20, 30-26, 30-18 to the despite 12 kills by Karly Van Foeken and 26 digs by Megan Britton. Brittany Etchings had 17 kills for Monterey (10-17, 6-8).
Women's Water Polo
MODESTO JC 7, FRESNO CITY 3, at Big 8 Conference Tournament (Merced College) -- Karen Ard, Katie Griffith and Collette Lash had two goals for MJC (17-7) and goalie Lorna Lynott made 19 saves. Modesto plays American River at 10:30 this morning.