After a 2-2 halftime tie, Reed (3-3-2, 1-0-1 HDL) came out ready to go in the final 40 minutes and put five goals in while only allowing one goal to the visiting Indians.
For Reed, Ricardo Martinez had five goals — two in the first half, and three in the second.
“We’ve been waiting for him to finally bust open,” Valentine said. “He scored when we were up at Incline and hasn’t stopped since.”
Todd Good and Dylan Valentine each had one goal in the Reed team’s win.
•It was a long evening for the Spanish Springs Cougars Wednesday as they were saddled with a 5-0 loss by Hug in a High Desert League boys prep soccer tilt.
Hug built a 1-0 lead by halftime, but managed to score four unanswered goals after the intermission. All four came when the Hawks were down to 10 players, due to a red card player ejection.
“They pulled the trap on us and got in our heads. They did a good job. They’re a good team. I take nothing away from them,” SSHS coach Rob Moreland said.
Spanish Springs (0-3-1 overall, 0-2 HDL) plays again Saturday when it hosts North Valleys at 1 p.m.