UPDATE: Pepsi Showdown roundup
La Grange, 09/08/12--Leyden's Albert Arabik jumps high for a header over Lane's Sergio Fuentes. Leyden High School played Lane High School. Lyons Township High School hosted the 9th Annual Pepsi Showdown Saturday featuring 32 boys soccer teams playing 16 games. | Jon Langham~for Sun-Times Media
Updated: September 8, 2012 9:17PM
LA GRANGE — All the opening-round games in the 2012 Pepsi Showdown boys soccer tournament were played Saturday at the Lyons Soccer Complex.
Huntley 5, No. 12 Fenwick 0: Freshman midfielder Jason Zobott scored in the first minute to set the Raiders’ dominant tone. Senior forward Lucas Baker scored two goals in the second half for Huntley (8-0). The Friars dropped to 3-3.
Lane 1, No. 6 Leyden 0: Senior forward Abraham Sandaval scored the game-winner in the 17th minute for Chicago Public League power Lane (5-0-2). Sophomore Leyden keeper Konrad Dziedzic recorded five saves for the Eagles (4-2-2).
No. 14 Lake Zurich 2, Oswego 1, PK: Sophomore forward Ian Murray sealed the victory by drilling a ball into the right corner as the Bears (3-5-1) earned a 4-2 decision in the penalty kick shootout. Senior forward Will O’Brien scored his first goal of the year in the 19th minute for Lake Zurich. Freshman midfielder J.C. Mora scored off a rebound for the Panthers (4-2).
No. 3 Larkin 3, Lake Forest Academy 2: Junior forward Erik Rodriguez scored two goals as the Royals (6-1) exploded for three goals in a 10-minute stretch of the second half to erase a 1-0 deficit. Sophomore Calum Bishop registered a goal and an assist for the Caxys (3-1).
No. 2 Libertyville 5, Lisle 0: Junior forward Lloyd Chatfield recorded his first career hat trick as Libertyville (3-1), the defending tournament champion, dominated throughout against Lisle (6-2), which won the 2010 Class 1A state title and was runner-up last year.
No. 13 Loyola Academy 4, Plainfield Central 0: The Ramblers (5-3-1) got goals from Alex Lopez, Corey Meehan, Kevin Francis and Charlie Floyd to lead them to victory.
No. 4 Lyons 2, Bartlett 0: Brett Heimerdinger and Emilio Godinez each scored goals off assists from Frankie Kocimski to help the host Lions (5-2-1) win.
West Chicago 1, No. 15 Oak Park-River Forest 0: The Huskies (2-5-1) weren’t able to build on Friday’s big win over rival Fenwick as Jenaro Terrazas scored on a penalty with 10:50 left.
No. 10 St. Charles North 3, Niles West 1.
Pick up your local Pioneer Press newspaper on Sept. 13 to read more about the Pepsi Showdown boys soccer tournament.
Patrick McGavin, Curt Herron and Matt Le Cren contributed to this report.