Baker boys soccer

Jorge Duran takes control of the ball from Nyssa's Ronaldo Bueno Tuesday.

Baker scored the first three goals then held off Nyssa for a 4-3 win in nonleague boys soccer Tuesday at the Baker Sports Complex.

“I think the kids were a little tired in the second half, after playing three games in four days,” said Baker coach Victor Benites.

Brylan Robb started Baker’s scoring with a goal from straight on in front of the Nyssa net.

Jamisun Reguiero then scored a three-goal “hat trick” to give Baker a 4-1 lead.

But Nyssa made things interesting, scoring the final two goals of the afternoon.

Baker (4-1-2) returns to Greater Oregon League play at Ontario Saturday at 1 p.m PDT.

Baker’s nonleague match scheduled for Sept. 30 at home against Fruitland has been canceled.

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