Reed senior forward Kelsey Gomer tallied four goals and led the Raiders to an easy 7-3 home win.
It was only 2-0 at halftime, but Gomer had both first-half goals on similar plays.
In the 14th and 16th minutes, Gomer received through balls from Alissa Marshall and Jordan Sambrano respectively. Gomer drew the Lancers goalkeeper out of goal, made one move and deposited the ball into the back of the net.
It didn't take long for Gomer to record a hat trick once the second half started. Less than seven minutes after the break, Jessica Allen stole the ball from a McQueen defender, dished ahead to Gomer, leading to her and Reed's third goal of the game.
Nine minutes later, the Raiders went up 4-0 when Gomer muscled the ball away from a Lancer and passed ahead to Marshall, who used her left foot to hook a shot inside the far post.
However, McQueen didn't just give up with 25 minutes left in the game. The Lancers cut the deficit to 4-2 on a pair of goals less than two minutes apart.
But by bringing up the defense to help the offensive attack, McQueen left itself vulnerable to Reed's counterattack.
With no Lancers on their defensive side of the field, Gomer and Taylor Ryckebosch were able to sneak behind the defense without being called offsides and they scored on a pair of breakaways. Jessie Eiting and Haley White assisted on the plays.
With less than two minutes to play, Reed went up 7-2 on a PK by Allen.
A minute later, McQueen knocked in the final goal on a corner kick.
"Any time you get a win in league it's good. We're taking it one game at a time, and we have a lot of games left," Reed girls soccer coach Jason Saville said. "To start with three points, is a good start for the girls."
Reed (1-1-1, 1-0-0 HDL) continues league play at Elko Tuesday, but will travel to Incline Monday for a non-league match at 5 p.m.
The opening minutes of both halves of the boys game saw Reed and McQueen score a goal, but the well went dry for the rest of the game.
Reed sophomore Dylan Valentine scored his ninth goal of the year - counting preseason - in the first minute of the HDL opener, but the Lancers scored the equalizer three minutes into the second half, salvaging a 1-1 draw.
The Raiders defense was solid, although a defensive breakdown allowed a 2-on-1 right in front of the goal, leading to the Lancers game-tying marker.
"I'm not disappointed, but I feel like we outplayed them. I thought we should have had the win," Reed boys soccer coach Jeff Valentine said. "Defense was huge, but one lapse is all it takes and that's how they got their goal."
Reed (1-2-1, 0-1-1 HDL) is in Incline for a non-league game Monday. Kickoff is scheduled for 7 p.m.