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Iboa, Phoenix boys trip up Hidden Valley

MURPHY — Typically a barn-burner of a boys soccer match whenever Phoenix and Hidden Valley square off, the Pirates proved to be too much this time around.

Omar Iboa scored a pair of first-half goals and Jalisco Macias padded the lead with a goal in the second half to help Phoenix remain unbeaten with a 3-0 victory in Skyline Conference action Tuesday.

"A 3-0 victory in our league, which is always so tough, it's a pretty good day for the Pirates," said Phoenix coach Dennis Flenner. "We're pretty happy."

Carlos Mena picked up the shutout in goal for the Pirates (9-0, 4-0 Skyline).

Iboa's goals came within a seven-minute span in the first half, and mirrored each other. He scored on a high 25-yard drive in the 29th minute, then took a pass from Danny Giardina and scored on a similar shot in the 36th minute over the head of goalie Caleb Aldstadt.

"They were just kinda high shots that our keeper just didn't pick up on and it ended up just going over his head," said Hidden Valley coach Tim Hannah, whose team dropped to 2-5 overall and 2-2 in Skyline play.

After receiving a pass from Jonathan Hernandez, Macias dribbled around the box before finally delivering a shot into the back of the net in the 57th minute to help secure the victory.

HENLEY 6, ILLINOIS VALLEY 0 — At Klamath Falls, Ryan Conley and Danny Celemin each scored twice to lead Henley to the Skyline Conference victory.

Travis Mortenson and Sam Johnson also scored for the Hornets. Earning assists were Sean Demaris, Jake Lamouroux, Juan Romero, James Richardson, Alex Ramirez and Celemin.

Henley led 1-0 at halftime.

Southwest Conference

ROSEBURG 3, NORTH MEDFORD 2, OT — Roseburg's Luke Hammer headed in a ball that caromed off the crossbar 11/2 minutes into overtime, and the score held up through 20 overtime minutes in the SWC contest at Hoffbuhr Field.

North dropped to 3-4 overall, 0-3 in league.

The Black Tornado took a 2-1 lead when David Formolo scored on an assist by Emilio Zuniga on a free kick in the 57th minute. The lead lasted less than two minutes as Roseburg countered.

North's first goal was by Jorge Maldonado, off an assist by Cristobal Caamano.

SOUTH EUGENE 5, SOUTH MEDFORD 0 — South Eugene took a 2-0 lead into halftime and kept the pressure on from there to win a key Southwest Conference matchup at Spiegelberg Stadium.

South Medford dropped to 6-2 overall and 3-1 in league play.

SHELDON 4, GRANTS PASS 2 — At Eugene, Joseph Houck scored three goals and Garrett Clay added another to lead Sheldon to its first win in Southwest Conference play.

Houck scored in the seventh, 22nd and 79th minutes for the Irish (4-4, 1-3 SWC).

Southern Sky Conference

ASHLAND 3, KLAMATH UNION 2 — At Klamath Falls, Ashland rallied after trailing 2-1 at halftime.

Neil Presicci tallied the winning goal in the 51st minute on a free kick just outside the left-hand corner of the 18-yard box after a hand-ball call against Klamath Union.

Reed Chasmar scored in the 18th minute to give Ashland (4-4-1, 3-0 SSC) a 1-0 lead.

Ted Wogan tied the game off an assist from Ethan Olson in the 36th minute. Then Olson, a senior forward, scored just before half.

Ian Murray's goal, assisted by Chasmar, early in the second period tied the match 2-all.

MAZAMA 4, EAGLE POINT 2 — At Eagle Point, Tyler Van Dyke gave Eagle Point a 1-0 lead in the opening half but Mazama rallied for three goals after intermission.

Van Dyke, a junior sweeper, dribbled in from midfield and hit a scoring shot from about 12 yards away in the 13th minute.

The teams were tied 1-1 at halftime. Trenton Childers accounted for Mazama's opening-half goal.

Werner Constanza put the Eagles (0-5-1, 0-2 SSC) back in front, 2-1, on a free kick from 25 yards eight minutes into the second period.

The Vikings tied the game in the 59th minute, then Darwin Partida gave Mazama a 3-2 lead on a breakaway two minutes later.

Alejandro Ruelas scored the final goal in the final minute.

District 3

ST. MARY'S 8, HOSANNA CHRISTIAN 0 — Keenan Grant recorded a hat trick, and Lou Arne and Jesus Aruno each scored twice to lead St. Mary's to the win.

Davis Darnall also scored a goal for the Crusaders (7-1, 6-1 District 3).

UMPQUA VALLEY CHRISTIAN 2, ROGUE RIVER 0 — At Roseburg, Trae Sjogren scored in the 12th minute and Nic Schroeder added a goal in the 70th minute to lead UVC to the District 3 win.

The Chieftains dropped to 3-4 overall and in league play.