Triton won its first All American Conference boys soccer game, 9-0, on Monday night against visiting Westover.
The Hawks improved to 5-2 overall going into a home game Thursday night at 6 p.m. with Midway (6-2).
“We played pretty well and tried to get back to more of a controlled game,” said Triton coach Brian Foster. “We try to work on passing the ball over short spaces and less about trying to play long and always running directly at the goal.
“Westover is in a rebuilding time right now with a new coach who is doing a good job of rekindling interest in the program. My guys were unselfish and we were able to shift some players around and do some different positions and also get some game time for some boys who have been working hard in practice but haven’t seen as much of the field as they may have liked.”
Benny Villalvazo scored the first and last goals for the Hawks, who led 5-0 at the half.
Francisco Martinez also had a goal in each half.
Adding first-half goals for the Hawks were Omar Hernandez, Ellis Pope and Christian Silliezar.
Malik Beaumont started the second-half scoring. Riley Colville put the Hawks ahead, 7-0, in the 49th minute.