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.
Mario Rocha had three goals, and Eldorado’s boys soccer team held off visiting Mojave for a 4-3 victory on Tuesday.
Eduardo Quintero-Rodriguez worked during the offseason on scoring with his off foot, and it paid off Tuesday afternoon as he led his team to a 4-1 victory.
The latest Southern Nevada Soccer coaches poll, compiled by Tech coach Josh Jones.
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Arturo Bahena scored the go-ahead goal in the 84th minute Friday to lead Cimarron-Memorial’s boys soccer team to a 3-2 win at Tech.
Ricardo Bravo had a goal and an assist Thursday as Basic’s boys soccer team edged visiting Moapa Valley 3-2 for the team’s first victory since 2011.
Alfredo Robles-Rodriguez scored the go-ahead goal in the second half on Wednesday to lift Durango’s boys soccer team to a 2-1 road win over Legacy.
Stefano Villagomez scored with eight minutes left in the game Tuesday to lift Sierra Vista’s boys soccer team to a 1-0 victory over host Virgin Valley in Mesquite.
Thanks to Durango’s stifling defense – and a little bit of luck – the Trailblazers were able to claim the 2016 Southern Nevada Kick-off Classic crown with a 3-0 win over Chaparral.
Desert Pines goalkeeper Gregory Mendez saved a penalty kick late in the game to preserve the lead and the Jaguars topped host Bishop Gorman 2-1 on Monday.