Las Vegas got second-half goals from Danny Farias and Joaquin Rivas to salvage a 2-2 tie with host Chaparral in boys soccer Thursday.

Alberto Bravo and David Lopez each scored first-half goals for the Cowboys.

At Canyon Springs, Rene Ardon scored four goals as Eldorado routed the Pioneers 8-0.

Nelson Garcia added a goal and three assists, and Nelson Omar Diaz, Carlos Jaramillo and Jose Rodriguez each scored a goal for Eldorado.

Alberto Alvarez recorded the shutout.

At Spring Valley, the Grizzlies and Clark played to a scoreless tie.

Spring Valley’s John Strand and Omar Magana of the Chargers had the shutouts.

At Bonanza, Louis Monarrez scored the lone goal on an assist from Christian Djordjevic to lead Sierra Vista over the Bengals 1-0.

Andrew Fontein registered the shutout for the Lions.

At Valley, Joey Lopez, Emanuel Rivera, Jeremy Maduvsky and Gionvanni Sandoval scored goals, and goalkeeper Pedro Arias had shutout as the Vikings beat Desert Pines 4-0.

At Durango, Felipe Medina had two goals, and Juan Martinez posted the shutout to lead Western over Durango 4-0.

German Castellanos and Brian Mireles each added a goal for the Warriors.

At The Meadows, Diamon Nelson had two goals, and Tyler Raymer and Alex Fonseca each added a goal to lead Pahrump Valley over the Mustangs 4-1.

Toby Warburton had a goal for The Meadows.

At Lake Mead, Tyler Koerwitz scored twice, and Ryan Sniezyk had two goals and an assist as Faith Lutheran beat the Eagles 5-1.

Jim Sullivan had a goal and an assist for the Crusaders.

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