Mojave’s boys soccer team won 11 games this season based on speed, agility and an explosive offense that averaged 5.9 goals per game in the regular season. But in the opening round of the Class 3A Southern Region tournament Tuesday, it was a defensive prowess that led the Rattlers to a 3-1 victory over Chaparral at Bettye Wilson Park.
Madison Manns scored in the second half on an assist from Samantha Bahde, and Boulder City’s girls soccer team held on to blank visiting Moapa Valley on Wednesday, 1-0.
Chaparral’s Bryan Macias and Gabriel Caro each scored twice Wednesday to power the visiting Cowboys by Virgin Valley’s booys soccer team, 5-2.
Christian Martinez had two goals Monday to lead Virgin Valley’s boys soccer team to a 4-2 road victory over Sky Pointe.
Brisa Caamano scored twice Monday as Sunrise Mountain’s girls soccer team edged visiting Boulder City, 5-4.
Las Vegas High scored twice in the final 10 minutes on Tuesday to pull out a 5-4 boys soccer victory over host Palo Verde.
Amber Mallas had a goal and an assist on Tuesday to lead Arbor View’s girls soccer team to a 2-1 road win over Shadow Ridge.
Ian Dalton made 11 saves on Wednesday, including a penalty kick a minute into the second half, to preserve Shadow Ridge’s 1-0 home win over Canyon Springs in boys soccer.
Madison Sonerholm scored with just more than nine minutes to play Wednesday to give Faith Lutheran’s girls soccer team a 1-0 road win over Arbor View.
Cimarron-Memorial’s boys soccer team scored three unanswered goals on Monday to hand top-ranked Palo Verde a 3-1 home loss.