State Soccer Quarterfinals winners and losers

ALBUQUERQUE (KRQE) – There were good performances in the New Mexico state soccer quarterfinals even in a loss. Rehoboth goalie Allen West had 15 saves against top seed Bosque School. That was after the Bobcats took care of the business, scoring two early goals to win 2-0. Bosque will face rival Sandia Prep Friday for a chance to advance to the A-4A championship game. In class 5A, the top seed Academy Chargers made quick work out of Chaparral 6-1.

The Chargers will now have to go through the Farmington Scorpions to try and win a championship. In boys 6A action, the La Cueva Bears outlasted the Cibola Cougars 1-0. Atrisco Heritage got past Las Cruces 2-0. That set up a La Cueva and Atrisco meeting for the semis. On the girls side of class 6A the defending champions, La Cueva, advanced with a 3-0 win over Las Cruces, setting up a meeting with Cibola Friday. The Eldorado Eagles put Volcano Vista out of the tournament 1-0.

Eldorado will see if they can do the same to Albuquerque High with a trip to the final on the line. It will be number one against number two in class 5A. Top seed St. Pius advanced with a shutout of Goddard. Their rival and number two seed Academy beat Valencia 2-1, setting up a semi final showdown with St. Pius.

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