Del Sol Boys Varsity Soccer

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Dragons Soccer Suffers 2-1 Loss to Valley

The DSA boy’s soccer team battled Valley on the road and suffered a 2-1 loss. Erik Herrera had DSA’s only goal. For more information about the game, please click here. The team’s next match is Monday, September 9 at 3:30 p.m. They battle Western at home.

DSA Soccer Achieves Victory Over Mojave

The Dragons soccer team took it to Mojave this afternoon on their home field and scored a 3-1 victory. Eric Santiago had two goals and Joseph Martinez had one. Jesus Sanchez and Erik Herrera each had an assist. For more information about the game, please click here. The team’s next contest is Thursday, September 5

The Boys Soccer Team Suffers a 6-0 Loss

The DSA boys soccer team faced SECTA at home today and fell 6-0. For information about the game, please click here. The team’s next contest is Tuesday, September 3 at 4:00 p.m. vs. Mojave at home.

Dragons Soccer Defeats SLAM 3-0

The DSA soccer team faced SLAM Academy on the road and came back with a 3-0 victory. Victor Vega, Luis Zuniga and Erik Herrera each scored a goal, Zuniga had two assists, and Christopher Mora had the shut out. For more information about the game, please click here. The Dragons’ next game is Thursday, August

Boy’s Soccer Fails to Find Victory Against Pahrump

The Dragons were defeated by the Trojans 2-1 after a hard-fought battle. During the first half, Pahrump found the back of the net one time while Del Sol failed to do so, making the score 1-0 at halftime. During the second half, Dragon Angello Portocarrero scored a goal, but the Trojans matched the goal, sending

Boy’s Soccer Loses 5-0 to Western on Senior Night

Although the Dragons were feeling the love for their seniors, they fell 5-0 to Western on senior night. During the first half, Western scored two goals, bringing the score 2-0 at the half. The second half was much of the same when the Warriors found the back of the net three more times, bringing the