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North Tahoe soccer | Lakers win lopsided league battles

Staff report

North Tahoe senior Angel Guerrero scored four goals in the Lakers' 10-1 win over White Pine.

The North Tahoe boys and girls soccer teams combined for 30 goals and allowed only three in a pair of league matchups against White Pine and West Wendover this past Friday and Saturday.

The boys defeated White Pine 10-1 and West Wendover 3-1, and the girls defeated White Pine 6-1 and West Wendover 11-0.

In boys action, Angel Guerrero and the Lakers took it to the Bobcats, as Guerrero scored four goals and assisted one, while Lucas Earley and Chase Whitney added two goals apiece. Jesus Ortega and Andy Morgan each contributed one goal.

Omar Cerda had two assists, and Earley, Ortega, Michael Martinez and Juan Pablo Herrera had an assist apiece.

Guerrero and Cerda each scored against West Wendover, while the Wolverines knocked in an own-goal.

Stats were not available for the Laker girls.

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North Tahoe will host the final two league games of the regular season, versus Yerington on Friday and Incline next Tuesday. The boys games start at 4 p.m. and the girls follow at 6.

The Northern Division III regional tournament is scheduled for Nov. 7-8 at Whittell. Because there are no Southern representatives, the Northern regional tournament will double as the state championship. The top four teams based on the regular-season league standings qualify.

Northern Division III standings

Girls

Whittell 12-0

Incline 10-2

North Tahoe 7-2

White Pine 5-6

Pershing County 4-7

West Wendover 1-10

Battle Mountain NA

Yerington NA

Boys

Incline 8-0

North Tahoe 7-1

West Wendover 4-5

Battle Mountain 1-7

White Pine NA

Yerington NA