TUNNEL HILL — Soccer
• Coahulla Creek boys 5, Gordon Central 2: Pedro Garcia had a hat trick as the Colts (3-2, 3-1) outshot Gordon Central 20-13 to take the Region 5-3A win on the road.
Eddie Serrato and Jo-An Barcenas each had goals, while assists came from Garcia, Irwin Rivera and Manny Morales.
• Gordon Central girls 0, Coahulla Creek 0 (5-4): The Lady Warriors and Lady Colts (0-5, 0-4 Region 5-3A) played to a scoreless tie through overtime, and Gordon Central took the win on penalty kicks.
Regin Pacheco, Melanie Pacheco, Jenny Contreras and Joanna Montoya all hit penalty kicks in the deciding faceoff. Coahulla Creek goalie Melissa Cabrera finished with 11 saves.
• Northwest girls 3, Cass 1: Nancy Paz scored one goal and set up Juliana Gomez’s header that found the net as the Lady Bruins won their fourth straight game to start the season.
Gracie Lopez notched the other goal for Northwest, which took a 1-0 lead in the second half before the Lady Colonels evened things up. The Lady Bruins regained the lead minutes later, though.
Gracie Holmes was in goal for the scoreless first half, while Deysi Garcia made six saves in a strong second-half effort.
• Northwest boys 10, Cass 0: Angel Resendiz and David Perez each had hat tricks, and the Bruins (4-0) outshot the Colonels 22-1 in a Region 7-4A crossover game.
Christian Perez had a pair of goals and a pair of assists, while Giovanni Aguero had a goal and two assists.
Bryan Villa added the final goal, while Kevin Centeno, Brandon Jimenez and David Franco each had assists. Miguel Deanda earned the shutout in goal.
• Murray County girls 8, Pepperell 2: Nayeli Jacobo had a hat trick and five other players scored as the Lady Indians (4-2, 4-1 Region 7-2A) rolled to the easy win on the road.
Paiton Bradford, Yazmin Flores, Cheyanne Sancho, Baylee Cudd and Raven Henry each added goals for Murray County.
• Armuchee boys 4, Morris Innovative 1: Adrian Love tied the score at 1-1 in the 15th minute of the game off an assist from Luis Perez, but Armuchee led 3-1 at the half and beat the host Tigers (3-3, 2-3 Region 7-2A) for the second time this year.
• Armuchee girls 10, Morris Innovative 0: The Lady Tigers fell to 0-6 overall and 0-5 in Region 7-2A with the mercy-rule shortened loss.
• Murray County did not report results from Friday’s boys game at Pepperell by The Daily Citizen’s deadline.