Arianna Zamora, Maddie Gibson, Dana Outcalt and Marissa Savoldi each scored from the penalty spot to lift the Monte Vista High girls soccer team to a 4-2 shootout victory over San Ramon Valley for the Tri-Valley Classic Invitation Division championship.

After the teams had played to a 1-1 tie in regulation, Chrissy Mogannam and Morgan McGarry scored in the shootout for the Wolves in a match at Danville's Mustang Soccer Complex that officially counts as a tie.

"This was our fifth game in three days -- I'm most thrilled that we got through the tournament unscathed," Mustangs coach Brett LeQuesne said.

Monte Vista (8-0-1) came out strong against its archrival and generated the greater number of shots (11-4). Six of the Mustangs' shots came in the first half, but Wolves goalkeeper Zoey Bauman was more that equal to the task despite having to look into the sun in the first 35 minutes of the 70-minute tournament game.

"I was so nervous with the sun," Wolves coach Mark Jones said. "But (Zoey) did great. And we had some fouls that put us in a tough position."

The game was more even than Monte Vista's shots advantage might indicate, and McGarry put the Wolves ahead after taking a well-placed pass from Summer Stamates at 20 minutes.

San Ramon Valley (7-0-2) was five minutes from victory when Gibson put an improbable shot inside the near post to draw the teams even at 65 minutes.