Reyes scores twice in Lancers' victory.
Alonzo Reyes scored a pair of goals to lead visiting Churchill to a 5-0 win over Willamette in a Midwestern League boys soccer match Monday night.
Ian Salisbery, Zack Lantz and Mark Keating also scored for the Lancers (5-0-1).
In other MWL games
North Eugene 2, Thurston 2: Lucas Montes scored in the 71st minute for the visiting Colts to tie the score, and neither team could find the back of the net in the 20 miuntes of overtime.
Efrem Vasquez gave the Highlanders the lead with a goal in the 66th minute after the two teams went into the break tied 1-1.
North Eugene's Drew Shidaker and Thurston's Samuel Valenzuela scored the early goals.
Springfield 4, Marshfield 0: Bryce Fiedler had a goal and two assists to pace the Millers against the visiting Pirates.
Kevin Horton, Adam Koekkoek and Jake Haxby also scored for Springfield, and freshman goalkeeper Loren Jessen recorded his first shutout.
Far West League
Brookings 3, Douglas 0: Garrett Long scored a pair of goals and Blake Peters added a third for the host Bruins, who led 2-0 at halftime.
South Umpqua 5, Sutherlin 0: Bobby Wilson scored the first four goals for the visiting Lancers, who outshot the Bulldogs 21-6. Luis Lopez added South Umpqua's fifth goal in the final minute.
Pacific 7, Coquille 0: Thomas Manning scored goals in the 31st, 53rd and 79th minutes for the host Pirates.
Marist 2, Cottage Grove 1: Tahne Apo and Kayla Braud scored first-half goals for the visiting Spartans.
Marist outshot the Lions 20-4 and remains a game behind league-leading Sisters.
Sisters 2, Elmira 0: Mindy Marr scored on a penalty kick in the first half and Mackenzie Williams added an unassisted goal with five minutes left in the game to help keep the visiting Outlaws undefeated.
Pleasant Hill 5, Junction City 2: Jenny Novak scored four goals and Nina Solecki had a pair of assists for the host Billies, who led 3-2 at the break.
Serena Carr also scored for Pleasant Hill.
Umpqua Valley Christian 1, North Bend 1: Samantha Young tied the score for the visiting Bulldogs in the 46th minute on a free kick from outside the penalty area.
Brookings 3, Douglas 2: The visiting Bruins scored twice in the first 10 minutes of the game and held on for the victory. Courtney Pruitt and Jessica Morgan scored for the Trojans.
South Umpqua 2, Sutherlin 1: Victoria Jackson and Joanna Petersen scored for the host Lancers, and Amy Barkhurst had six saves in goal.
Kristen Clark recorded the Bulldogs' goal.
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|Title Annotation:||Sports; Churchill remained unbeaten in Midwestern League boys soccer with a 5-0 win at Willamette|
|Publication:||The Register-Guard (Eugene, OR)|
|Date:||Oct 10, 2006|
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