Musio Jimenez-Vazquez supplied three goals and an assist, and Sunrise Mountain’s boys soccer team overturned a one-goal halftime deficit to beat visiting Eldorado 5-3 on Thursday.
Joel Sanchez scored two goals, including the winner on a penalty kick, for the Desert Pines boys soccer team at home Wednesday as the Jaguars edged Bishop Gorman 2-1.
Silverado is one of 10 local teams entered in the 22nd annual Durango Fall Classic, which opens Friday at four valley schools and features several nationally ranked programs.
Coronado forward John Lynam buried two penalty kicks to lift the host Cougars to a 3-1 victory over Las Vegas High School on Tuesday afternoon.
Ahmed Green scored on an assist from Manny Lopez with five minutes to play to give Centennial’s boys soccer team a 1-0 road victory over Cimarron-Memorial on Tuesday.
Durango keeper Paolo Sarnataro recorded a 12-save shutout to lead the Trailblazers’ boys soccer team to a 3-0 road victory over Desert Oasis on Monday.
The latest Southern Nevada soccer coaches polls, compiled by Tech coach Josh Jones.
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Pablo Pena scored twice to lead Green Valley’s boys soccer team to a 5-0 victory over Faith Lutheran in the Show Low Invitational in Show Low, Arizona, on Saturday.
Durango’s boys soccer team scored a pair of late goals and goalie Paolo Sarnataro made a key diving save to deny a penalty-kick attempt Friday as the Trailblazers rallied by host Cimarron-Memorial, 2-1.
Alex Mejia scored off an assist from Andres Santana with three minutes remaining Thursday as Tech’s boys soccer team edged host Eldorado, 3-2.
Coronado’s Preston Judd and John Lynam have proven to be one of Southern Nevada’s most formidable duos, all while turning Coronado’s boys into one of the favorites to win the Sunrise Region this season.
Jonathan Macedo-Castellano scored in the final minute to help Las Vegas’ boys soccer team tie host Legacy 3-3 on Wednesday.
Centennial’s Savon Scarver entered the season projected to be one of the area’s top playmakers and hasn’t disappointed through the first two games,attracting the attention of a handful of Mountain West schools in the process.