Varsity Boys Soccer

Gunn 1, Palo Alto 1

Date of competition: Friday, February 4, 2011

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Victor Lazarov scored a goal in the final minute to pull host Gunn into a 1-1 deadlock with Palo Alto in a SCVAL De Anza Division boys' soccer match on Friday night. Palo Alto (3-0-6, 7-2-7), which suffered its sixth tie in the past seven matches, had taken the lead when John Richardson converted a penalty kick after Zac Hummel was fouled. Gunn (1-6-3, 2-10-5) tied Paly in both of its matches this season.

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Gunn's Mason Naar controls the action during the Titans' 1-1 deadlock with visiting Palo Alto on Friday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Palo Alto's Zac Hummel and Gunn's Kevin Wachs (8) battle during a 1-1 deadlock in SCVAL De Anza Division action on Friday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Gunn's Mason Naar (22) and Sam Hayward (4) hold off Paly's Zac Hummel during the teams' 1-1 tie in SCVAL De Anza Division play on Friday night. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Gunn's Sam Hayward (left) and Paly's Skyler Felt battle each other for control of the ball during a 1-1 tie in their SCVAL De Anza Division match on Friday. Photo by Jim Shorin.

Palo Alto's Skyler Felt (13) challenges Gunn's Sam Hayward while Gunn's Andrew Wohl (7) watches during Friday's 1-1 deadlock in SCVAL De Anza Division play. Photo by Jim Shorin.

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