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Hernandez nets 4 as Aztec women thrash Glendale

The Pima Community College women’s soccer team (13-4-1) closed out home regular season play on Thursday at Kino North Stadium with a dominating win.

The Aztecs defeated Glendale Community College 8-0, earning their fifth straight win. The Aztecs outscored the Gauchos (1-16) 22-1 in the two meetings this season. The team finished their home schedule with a 7-3 record.

Sophomore Alexis Hernandez (Ironwood Ridge HS) scored three goals in the first 12 minutes and tacked on another goal to make it 5-0 in the 23rd minute. Hernandez has scored 21 goals on the season.

Sophomores Taylor Inocencio (St. Augustine Catholic HS), Jahmonique Smith (Cienega HS), Daelyn Mayer (Walden Grove HS) and freshman Perla Blanco (Sunnyside HS) scored the other goals for the Aztecs. Sophomore Emily Gallagher (Sahuaro HS) had two assists.

The Aztecs outshot the Gauchos 20-3 for the game. Sophomore Tara Kase (Buena HS) finished with one save while freshman Mackenzie Bernal (Tanque Verde HS) had two saves in the second half.

The Aztecs will play their final two regular season games on the road. They’ll head to Mesa Community College on Tuesday where kick-off will be at 4:30 p.m.

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Sophomore Alexis Hernandez scored four goals; three in the first 12 minutes to help the Aztecs women's soccer team dominate Glendale Community College 8-0. The Aztecs have won five straight and are now 13-4-1 on the season with two road games left in the regular season.

Pima CC Aztecs 8, Glendale CC Gauchos 0

Pima goals: Alexis Hernandez (Aspen Kinzie) 3rd minute; Hernandez (Gallagher) 7th minute; Hernandez (Smith) 12th minute; Taylor Inocencio (Gallagher) 20th minute; Hernandez 23rd minute; Smith (Destiny Kelly) 31st minute; Daelyn Mayer 58th minute; Perla Blanco (Marissa Cordero) 64th minute.