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Roundup: Last-minute goal gives Desert Oasis win over Tech

Updated October 9, 2018 - 9:21 pm

Erik Ramos scored in the final minute Tuesday to give the Desert Oasis boys soccer team a 4-3 home win over Tech.

Ethan Kovach had a goal and an assist for the Diamondbacks, and Alan Flores and Kevin Nevinger each added a goal for Desert Oasis.

Alex Mejia scored twice to lead the Roadrunners, who trailed 1-0 at the half. Asish Pandey added a goal for Tech.

Coronado 4, Durango 1 — At Coronado, Lincoln Aquino and Alfredo Diaz each scored twice to lead the Cougars over the Trailblazers.

Andrew Siciliano added two assists for Coronado.

Marcos Delgado scored Durango’s goal.

Liberty 5, Foothill 1 — At Liberty, Hayden Prasad supplied two goals and an assist to lead the Patriots by the Falcons.

Dylan Jones had a goal and an assist, and teammates Marco Amezquita and Angel Leon each scored once for Liberty.

Jason Gilliland added two assists for the Patriots.

Zachary Sines scored Foothill’s goal.

Sierra Vista 2, Green Valley 2 — At Green Valley, Alex Kruleski scored in the 76th minute to give the Mountain Lions a draw with the Gators.

Eduardo Perez also scored for Sierra Vista.

Kai Zurflueh and Allan Bervera each scored once for Green Valley.

Bishop Gorman 1, Spring Valley 1 — At Spring Valley, Alexander Daseler scored on an assist from Aidan Yamachika in the 45th minute to give the Gaels a draw with the Grizzlies.

Bum Cho scored on an assist from Juan Pablo Tena in the third minute for Spring Valley.

Mojave 4, Pahrump Valley 2 — At Mojave, Oscar Gonzalez had three goals to lead the Rattlers over the Trojans.

Anibal Ponce added a goal for Mojave.

Fernando Martinez-Fontana scored twice for Pahrump.

Silverado 8, Basic 0 — At Silverado, Conner Barlow had three goals and two assists as the Skyhawks routed the Wolves.

David Matias-Flores had two goals and an assist, and Sean Borla had a goal and an assist for Silverado, which led 3-0 at the half.

Maddox Cox and Andreas Amirkhanian each added a goal for Silverado. Parker Deady and Levi Pedaggi combined on the shutout.

Basic keeper Jesus Ronces made seven saves, bringing him to 100 on the year.

Valley 9, The Meadows 0 — At Valley, Williams Cruz scored three goals as the Vikings rolled past the Mustangs.

Samuel Milenge and Jose Valles each added a goal and two assists for Valley, which scored five first-half goals.

Bryan Molina, Shadrack Milenge, Cenobio Martinez-Mendez and Axel Leon each added a goal for the Vikings.

David Ramirez was credited with the shutout.

Del Sol 8, Somerset-Losee 0 — At Somerset-Losee, Diego Montes scored twice, and Angello Portocarrero and Luis Martinez-Fernando each had a goal and an assist as the Dragons routed the Lions.

Luis Mendoza and Luis Zuniga each had a goal and an assist for Del Sol, and Jesus Sanchez and John Rodriguez-Barrios each scored once for the Dragons.

Jesus Gallardo and Angel De La Paz combined on the shutout.

Western 17, Adelson School 0 — At Western, Juan Estrada had six goals, and Jose Muniz had seven assists as the Warriors rolled over the Lions.

Mauricio Muniz had three goals, Jose Arias scored twice, and Joey Morales-Trejo, Arturo Carrasco, Lorenzo Mejia, Hector Romero, Bryan Jimenez and Brayan Gonzalez each scored once for Western.

Francisco Corona was credited with the shutout.

Coral Academy 4, SLAM Academy 3 — At Heritage Park, the Falcons scored on a penalty kick just before time expired to defeat the Bulls.

Osama Tawfik, Kevin Espinoza and Luca Distefano each added a goal for Coral Academy.

Samuel Goodloe, Ivan Romero and Marlon Aguilar-Melgar each had a goal for SLAM Academy.

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