Though a little road-weary and perhaps licking some wounds from last Friday's tie and Saturday's loss, the Falcons headed south again on Tuesday - but this time with a much better result - as they defeated West Hills in Lemoore, 6-2. The Falcons scored all six goals in the first half, their biggest offensive output of 2018. Sophomore forward Chase Gray had a hand (or foot) in four of the goals, scoring two and assisting on two others. Freshman Adam Ratto assisted on Gray's first goal in the 12th minute, then scored his own goal three minutes later. Freshman Ethan Viers did likewise, assisting on Gray's second goal (28th minute) and scoring his own one minute later. Adrian Jimenez and Tommy Flora rounded out the scoring as the Falcons improved to 12-2-2 for the season.
The Falcons will face a stiff test on Friday when they host state #3 ranked Fresno City in a non-conference match at 4:00 pm.