Omaha South defeats Millard West in district boys’ football game | NE staging area
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Omaha South kept its hopes alive for a third straight Class A men’s soccer title with Saturday’s 3-0 home win over Millard West in a District A-3 game.
Jesus Gonzalez received a pass from Arturo Castro in the 18th minute for a 1-0 lead until Castro got his second assist, passing the ball to Edwin Cisneros in the 66th minute. Cisneros got the assist a minute later on Angel Anguiano’s goal.
The Packers (8-6) await the winner of Monday’s game at 6 p.m. between Fremont (5-10) and Papillion-La Vista South (13-4). The Titans are ranked fourth in the Top 10.
Fremont advanced with a 3-0 victory Saturday over Omaha North.
Millard West (6-10)……..0 0—0
At Omaha South (8-6)….1 2—3
Goals: OS, Jesus Gonzalez, Edwin Cisneros, Angel Anguiano.
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