Jose Lebanino scored on a header off Willie Ortiz’s corner kick with seven minutes remaining Tuesday to lift Arbor View’s boys soccer team to a 1-0 win over visiting Spring Valley.
Ryan Rozek earned the shutout for the Aggies.
Coronado 1, Foothill 0 — At Foothill, Justin Lyons’ goal early in the second half lifted the Cougars past the Falcons.
Cody Capps made eight saves to earn the shutout.
Shadow Ridge 0, Palo Verde 0 — At Palo Verde, the Mustangs’ Nathan Kramer and the Panthers’ Nishant Yadav each recorded a shutout as the teams played to a scoreless tie, which allowed Palo Verde to secure the Northwest League title.
Durango 3, Sierra Vista 0 — At Durango, Cristoval Magana had a goal and an assist as the Trailblazers blanked the Mountain Lions.
Victor Garcia and Raul Pacheco each added a goal for Durango.
Andres Caldera and Richard Zavala combined on the shutout.
Las Vegas 3, Rancho 0 — At Rancho, Daniel Nunez scored twice, and Abraham Paz added a goal as the Wildcats blanked the Rams.
Canyon Springs 4, Valley 0 — At Valley, Jonathan Martinez had two goals and an assist as the Pioneers downed the Vikings.
Angel Galvan and Jose Gonzalez each added a goal for Canyon Springs, which got two assists from Mickey Rodriguez.
Alejandro Carrillo made two saves en route to the shutout.
Green Valley 5, Silverado 1 — At Green Valley, Luis Nunez had a goal and an assist to help the Gators beat the Skyhawks.
Ivan Rodriguez, Gitai Gazala, Kade Kochevar and Alex Stransky each tallied a goal for Green Valley.
Jacob Holquin scored for Silverado.
Liberty 5, Basic 1 — At Liberty, Danny Musovski tallied three goals and an assist to propel the Patriots past the Wolves.
Christian Robles added a goal and an assist, and Filip Podstavka also scored for Liberty.
Andy Quevedo scored for Basic.
Eldorado 6, Del Sol 0 — At Eldorado, Edgar Duran tallied three goals and an assist, and Chris Perez rang up two goals and two assists as the Sundevils blanked the Dragons.
Francisco Santiago provided a goal and an assist for Eldorado, and Sebastian Arreaga and Sammy Tapia combined on the shutout.