SPRING CREEK — After having its first tournament of the year canceled due to smoke, the Elko boys soccer team finally hit the pitch during the…
For the upcoming fall campaign, Elko brings back the bulk of its nucleus — including many still-young athletes — but will need to fill the void of one player whose graduation leaves fast shoes to fill.
In the Division 3A North-East boys championship soccer game, 80 minutes was not enough time to settle the dispute.
The No. 1 Indians (10-0) will look to send their seniors off victorious, end the season undefeated, win the 3A North-East regional title and build on what should be a very-talented group of underclassmen versus No. 2 Lowry (7-3) at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday, at Adobe Middle School.
DAYTON — The Elko boys soccer team has reached the midway point of the season with an unblemished record.
ELKO — On Wednesday, the Elko boys soccer team would not be denied in its bid to remain undefeated.
So far, so good — Elko boys soccer team dominates season opener against Fallon.
Congratulations to Spring Creek senior Noah Rice on the heels of his commitment to play soccer for Walla Walla University!
The Elko boys soccer team finished the first half of the 3A North season on a two-game winning streak with a 5-0 shutout of Spring Creek on the heels of a four-goal haul by Netu Meles, the Indians currently in sixth place of the league standings and the Spartans in a tie for seventh and eighth.
The Elko boys soccer team may have saved its season Tuesday. Entering their road match against Lowry with just one win in league play, the Indians took down the No. 3 Buckaroos by a final score of 2-1. To close the first half of the 3A North season, the Indians will host Spring Creek in a vital game for each squad at 5 p.m. Friday, at Adobe Middle School.