October 11, 2018 - 8:10 pm
Dayan Rodriguez scored a pair of second-half goals Thursday to lead Valley’s boys soccer team to a 4-1 road victory over Del Sol.
Del Sol took a first-half lead on a goal by Luis Mendoza, but the Vikings knotted the game on a penalty kick by Samuel Milenge.
Rodriguez scored twice to give the Vikings the lead, and Milenge added an insurance goal for Valley. Milenge also had two assists.
Sierra Vista 1, Desert Oasis 0 — At Sierra Vista, Leo Hwang scored in the 58th minute to power the Mountain Lions over the Diamondbacks.
Chance Witt made six saves to get the shutout for Sierra Vista.
Clark 2, Liberty 0 — At Liberty, Bryan Miranda made eight saves, including six in the second half, to register the shutout for the Chargers against the Patriots.
Tesfu Mebretom and Luis Cielo each scored for Clark, which led 1-0 at halftime.
Tech 4, Silverado 2 — At Tech, Cruz Velazquez and Alan Lopez each scored two goals to lead the Roadrunners past the Skyhawks.
Alex Meija had two assists for Tech.
Conner Barlow scored both goals for Silverado.
Spring Valley 4, Foothill 0 — At Foothill, Bum Cho had two goals as the Grizzlies beat the Falcons.
Carlos Castro added a goal and an assist, Emanuel Deghang scored once, and Juan Pablo Tena had two assists for Spring Valley.
Alejandro Lopez got the shutout for the Grizzlies.
Coronado 8, Green Valley 0 — At Coronado, Alfredo Diaz, Ryan Wilkinson and Brock Rideout each scored twice as the Cougars routed the Gators.
Diaz had two assists, and Lincoln Aquino and Moctezuma Maldonado each scored once for Coronado.
Josue Ruiz was credited with the shutout.
Pahrump Valley 9, Adelson School 0 — At Adelson School, Jose Chavez had four goals and an assist as the Trojans routed the Lions.
Alvara Garcia had three goals and an assist, Koby Lindberg had a goal and an assist, and Christian Mott scored once for Pahrump.
Christopher Vega had two assists, and Ian Kingsley got the shutout for the Trojans.
Durango 8, Basic 0 — At Durango, Marcos Delgado supplied three goals and two assists, and Gael Delangel-Parra scored twice as the Trailblazers blanked the Wolves.
Tyson Tesfamariam had a goal and three assists, and junior varsity call-up Omar Villarreal added a goal and an assist for Durango.
Christopher Bramasco also scored for Durango, and goalkeepers Bryan Nava and David Garcia-Doyle combined on the shutout with five saves each.
Western 11, The Meadows 0 — At The Meadows, Andy Rodriguez had two goals and three assists, and Brayan Gonzalez had two goals and two assists as the Warriors routed the Mustangs.
Juan Estrada had two goals and an assist for Western. Jose Arias had two goals, and Bryan Jimenez had a goal and an assist for the Warriors, who got two assists fro Gustavo Sanchez.
Francisco Corona was credited with the shutout.
Mojave 9, Somerset-Losee 1 — At Mojave, Adam Trejo and Cesar Gonzalez each scored three goals to power the Rattlers past the Lions.
Brayan Martinez, Francisco Rebolledo and Felix Perez also scored for Mojave.
Alex Alvarado scored for Losee.
SLAM Academy 1, Innovations International 0 — At SLAM Academy, Kellin Aguilar scored in the 30th minute to lead the Bulls over the Ambassadors.
Chris Colindres made two saves in SLAM Academy’s shutout.