Del Sol turned No. 10 Chaparral into the latest casualty of its unbeaten start with a 3-2 road victory on Wednesday afternoon.
Liberty’s R.J. Soriano scored twice, including the go-ahead goal with 15 minutes remaining, to help the visiting Patriots down Silverado 2-1 on Wednesday.
DeShawn Eagles and Frank Harris are the latest to shine at the receiver for the Wolves, and the seniors have emerged as one of the top receiving tandems in the valley through the first half of the season.
Julian Herrera and Jose Arreola scored in the first half Tuesday, and Sunrise Mountain’s boys soccer team held on for a 2-1 road win over Western to take over sole possession of first place in the Sunset League.
Durango goalkeeper Paolo Sarnataro made three saves Monday en route to recording his fifth shutout of the season as the host Trailblazers moved into sole possession of first place in the Class 4A Southwest League with a 4-0 victory over Bishop Gorman.
Omar Miranda had three goals and an assist on Monday as Chaparral’s boys soccer team rallied to top visiting Tech, 4-3.
The latest Southern Nevada Soccer coaches polls, compiled by Tech coach Josh Jones.
Here is a look at some of this week’s top high school sports matchups.
Sergio Reyes converted a penalty kick with four minutes remaining Friday to help Rancho’s boys soccer team finish in a 1-1 tie with host Pahrump Valley.
Dante Marinaro scored in the first half, and goalkeeper Deven Scott helped make it hold up as Green Valley’s boys soccer team beat host Liberty 1-0 on Thursday.
Jack Guynn and Chase Castro both recorded a goal and an assist on the road Wednesday, as Shadow Ridge took down Faith Lutheran, 3-1.
Calvin Aguirre scored with three minutes to play to give Sierra Vista’s boys soccer team a 4-3 home victory over Bonanza on Tuesday.
The latest Southern Nevada soccer coaches polls, compiled by Tech coach Josh Jones.
Leo Gutierrez converted a header off a corner kick from Gerardo Perieda with four minutes remaining Monday as the host Cowboys rallied from a late second-half deficit to defeat No. 5 Canyon Springs, 4-3.