Sparks got on the board with a Roger Garcia goal in the ninth minute on an assist by Eric Ojeda.
Ojeda assisted on the second goal. This time Edgar Hernandez found the back of the net in the 18th minute.
Edgar Casillas added the final marker thanks to a helper from Noe Espana.
Sparks hosts perennial power Truckee Tuesday at 3 p.m.
•The girls did not have as much luck against the Highlanders.
Despite getting a goal from Andrea Gumina in the first minute from about 20 yards out, Sparks could not hold on for the win, losing 4-1.
Incline tied it up with a goal in the 30th minute and that’s how the score remained through halftime.
The Maroon and Gold just ran out of gas in the second half.
Incline scored the go-ahead goal four minutes into the second half and a penalty kick in the 61st minute deflated Sparks’ hopes. The hosts added the final goal in the 71st minute.
Sparks falls to 0-6-1 overall and 0-3 in league. Incline is now 2-2 in league. The Railroaders take on Truckee at 5 p.m.