Incline soccer: Boys, girls rout Yerington on road |

Incline soccer: Boys, girls rout Yerington on road

Incline's senior boys gather for a photo. From left, Brian Alaniz, Jose Cordova, Edgar Fragoso, Fernando Herra and Rey Estrada.
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The Highlanders are preparing for league games at rival North Tahoe on Friday. Girls start at 4 p.m. and boys at 6.

The Incline boys and girls soccer teams rolled to easy league victories at Yerington this past Saturday — the girls by a score of 9-1 and the boys 7-1.

Madio Wallner scored the first three goals of the game for the Incline girls, using an assist from Lauren Golden in the third minute and assists from Camilla Correa and Emily White in the 11th and 17th minutes.

Correa put in another Incline goal in the 20th minute, and White rounded out the Highlanders’ first-half offense with a goal assisted by Kayla Smothers in the 39th minute.

Three minutes into the second half, Maddy Pecorino extended Incline’s lead to 6-0 with an assist from Raquel Oliver, who then scored with an assist from Salome Sanchez-Sarmiento in the 52nd minute. Correa scored again in the 66th.

The Lions got on the scoreboard in the 69th minute before Maricruz Infante scored Incline’s final goal off an assist from Sanchez-Sarmiento.

The Incline girls are now 6-0 in Division III play.

In the boys game, Incline coach Mike Coudriet said the Highlanders executed their game plan and built a 4-1 lead by the half.

Fidel Rodriguez recorded a hat trick with three goals in the contest, while Fernando Martinez contributed a goal and three assists. Oscar Herrera, Devyn Sutton and Victor Herrera finished out the scoring for the Highlanders, and Michael Callejas had two assists.

The Highlanders improved to 5-1 in league play.

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