October 22, 2013 - 9:03 pm
Katherine Ballou had two goals and two assists Tuesday to lead Foothill’s girls soccer team to a 4-0 win at Eldorado.
Rachel Neff and Jillian Vigil also scored for the Falcons.
Rachel Kole was in goal for the shutout.
Las Vegas 3, Valley 1 — At Valley, Adriana Domingo had two goals as the Wildcats topped the Vikings.
Kara Bowden also scored for Las Vegas.
Kenia Cerda scored for Valley.
Shadow Ridge 3, Spring Valley 0 — At Shadow Ridge, Lindsay Irwin scored two goals to lead the Mustangs over the Grizzlies.
Madison Garvin added a goal for Shadow Ridge, which got two assists from Shelby Gunny.
Kaila Hurley and Jenna Gallagher combined on the shutout.
Green Valley 3, Rancho 0 — At Green Valley, Kayla Anderson had a goal and two assists to lead the Gators over the Rams.
Sydney Holborrow had a goal and an assist, and Victoria Whitehouse also scored for Green Valley.
Cassandra Palor and Kiyana Lopez combined on the shutout.
Silverado 4, Canyon Springs 0 — At Silverado, the Skyhawks scored twice in each half to down the Pioneers.
Jordan Lommason, Kayla McKenna, McKayla Ahlin and Taylor Petrillo each had a goal for Silverado.
Mikaila Becze recorded the shutout.
Arbor View 5, Sierra Vista 0 — At Arbor View, Breanna Larkin scored two goals to help the Aggies defeat the Mountain Lions.
Lexi Epley, Asianna Harris, and Vanessa Lourenco also scored for Arbor View, which got three assists from Bailee Davis.
Kylee Wallace was in goal for the shutout.
Palo Verde 10, Durango 0 — At Palo Verde, Serenity Grim scored three goals to help the Panthers rout the Trailblazers.
Kristin Farley had two goals and an assist to help Palo Verde. Macee Barlow, Gia Barone, Kaia Mendenhall, Peyton Feller and Kimber Henry each added one goal for the Panthers.
Goalkeeper Jordan Goyeau earned the shutout.
Coronado 13, Liberty 0 — At Liberty, Michaela Morris had four goals and an assist, and Taylor Korniek added three goals and four assists as the Cougars overwhelmed the Patriots.
Kasey Ficklin scored three goals, and Taylor Houston contributed a goal and an assist for Coronado, which also got goals from Madison Thompson and Courtney Dramm.
Rachel Morris made three saves en route to the shutout.