SOCCER: Guardado’s goals lets Legacy boys tie Mojave

Kevin Guardado’s goal in the final minute of the match Friday allowed host Legacy’s boys soccer team to earn a 2-2 tie with Mojave.

Matthew Beasley also scored for the Longhorns and assisted on Guardado’s goal.

Bryan Alvarez and Antonio Perez scored for the Rattlers.

Tech 2, Green Valley 1 — At Green Valley, Joel Velazquez’s goal off a free kick with 30 minutes left in the match propelled the Roadrunners by the Gators.

Adrian Becerra scored in the first half for Tech.

Connor Malone scored in the first half for Green Valley.

Adelson School 2, Boulder City 1 — At Adelson School, Nevo Ziv scored two first-half goals to lead the Lions by the Eagles.

Monte Morris scored a second-half goal for Boulder City.

Western 1, Durango 1 — At Durango, Federico Romano’s goal in the final 10 minutes allowed the Warriors to tie the Trailblazers.

Jamie Munguia scored in the first half for Durango.

Centennial 1, Shadow Ridge 1 — At Centennial, Jacob Mecham’s goal on a free kick in the final minute of the first half allowed the Bulldogs to tie the Mustangs.

Johnny Blanco scored seven minutes into the match for Shadow Ridge.

Las Vegas 12, Basic 0 — At Las Vegas, Randy Casas had four goals and two assists as the Wildcats routed the Wolves.

Agustin Hernandez added three goals and an assist, and Elias Torres had a goal and three assists for Las Vegas.

Jorge Flores, Cannon McCoy, Alex Melchor and Yanni Rivas also scored for Las Vegas, which got four assists from Luis Garcia.

Miguel Navarrete was in goal for the shutout.


Shadow Ridge 3, Centennial 1 — At Shadow Ridge, Joey Wright, Taylore Simmons and Camryn Grant each scored once to lead the Mustangs by the Bulldogs.

McKenna Stratton scored for Centennial.

Western 8, Durango 5 — At Western, Ellyson Reynada scored four goals to help the Warriors beat the Trailblazers.

Katherine Realegeno had two goals and an assist, and Citallic Resendiz and Vanessa Margarito each added a goal and an assist for Western, which led 6-3 at halftime.

Alyssa Nunez scored all five of Durango’s goals.




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