Andres Lua’s goal with 31 seconds left in the match Tuesday sent Eldorado’s boys soccer team to a 3-2 win over visiting Coronado.
Chris Perez had a goal and an assist and Edgar Duran added a goal for the Sundevils.
Michael Bono and Chase Rhinehart scored for the Cougars.
Shadow Ridge 2, Arbor View 1 — At Arbor View, Blake Damato’s second goal of the match — a second-half penalty kick — lifted the Mustangs by the Aggies.
Christian Jaramillo scored for Arbor View.
Liberty 1, Del Sol 0 — At Liberty, Danny Musovski’s goal midway through the first half stood up as the Patriots blanked the Dragons.
Chris Bradford made five saves to earn the shutout.
Las Vegas 2, Green Valley 1 — At Green Valley, Abraham Paz and Jesse Nava each tallied a goal as the Widlcats edged the Gators.
Connor Malone scored Green Valley’s goal.
Durango 7, Spring Valley 1 — At Durango, Wasajja Walugembe had three goals and two assists, and the Trailblazers erupted for six second-half goals to overwhelm the Grizzlies.
Cristoval Magana added two goals and two assists, and Paris Estrada and Dylan Hagarth also scored for Durango, which got two assists from Raul Pacheco.
Johnny Phan converted a penalty kick for Spring Valley.
Palo Verde 2, Sierra Vista 0 — At Palo Verde, Kyler Obata and Arthur Martins each scored a first-half goal to help the Panthers top the Mountain Lions.
Goalkeeper Nishant Yadav had three saves to earn the shutout.
Canyon Springs 6, Rancho 4 — At Rancho, Gaspar Gonzalez scored three goals, and Jonathan Martinez scored twice to help the Pioneers secure a win over the Rams.
Ezequiel Chavarria tallied a goal, and Mario Corral had two assists for Canyon Springs.
Brandon Contreras had two goals and an assist, and David Russell scored twice for Rancho.
Foothill 3, Basic 0 — At Foothill, Brian Frentzel had a goal and two assists to lead the Falcons by the Wolves.
Michael Carnahan and Robby Cowan also scored for Foothill.
Derek Lawson made seven saves to earn the shutout.
Silverado 0, Valley 0 — At Valley, the Skyhawks and Vikings played to a scoreless tie.
Silverado’s Ryan Schmucker and Valley’s Jason Cuellar had the shutouts.