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updated: 8/28/2012 11:03 PM

Boys soccer/Fox Valley roundup

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Erik Rodriguez was on fire for Larkin's boys soccer team Tuesday night, scoring 3 goals and dishing out 3 assists as the Royals rolled to an 8-1 win over Geneva in Upstate Eight River action.

Tony Hernandez had a goal and 4 assists for the Royals (3-1, 1-0), who led 5-0 at halftime. Jorge Sibrian, Chris Villalobos, Michael Gomez and Diego Ramirez each scored a single goal.

Aldair Dominguez (1 save) and Francisco Hernandez (6 saves) worked the net for Larkin.

"We dominated from beginning to end," said Larkin coach Ken Hall. "We put together our best game but we probably caught Geneva on a bad day."

South Elgin 2, Bartlett 1: Phil Saccameno and Spencer Scott scored goals for the Storm as they came from behind to notch an Upstate Eight Valley win. Tyler Shipon had 6 saves in goal for South Elgin (4-1, 1-0). Dylan Zlotnik scored for Bartlett and Justin Busch had 6 saves.

Dundee-Crown 3, CL Central 0: Jose Angeles scored twice and Malik Washington added a goal as Dundee-Crown (3-1) won this Fox Valley crossover. Christian Martinez had 1 save in goal for the Chargers.

Burlington Central 5, Marengo 0: Sean Fitzgerald had a hat trick and Bryce Warner and Matt O'Connor added a goal each to lead the Rockets in the Big Northern East. Brett Paul (3 saves) and Nolan St. John (2) tended the net for BC (3-1-1, 1-0).

Libertyville 4, Jacobs 2: Kenny Finn and Eric Soto scored for Jacobs in this nonconference loss. Johann Wolf and Svonko Kvalji each had 1 save in goal for the Golden Eagles (3-1).

Cary-Grove 4, Grayslake North 0: Kevin Wilde scored twice with Mike McKune and Brett Schuerg adding a goal each for the Trojans in their win at the Grant Invite. Kevin Schank had 5 saves in the net for Cary-Grove (2-0-1).

Streamwood 1, St. Charles East 0: Alajandrp Avalas scored the only goal of the game as the Sabres prevailed in the Upstate Eight River. Phil Lewy had 4 saves in the first half for Streamwood (3-2, 1-0) and Bryan Contreres stopped 3 shots in the second half.

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