Ghanaian striker Ameyawu Muntari was on target and supplied two assists for Santa Barbara City College of their 3-2 win at Chaffey College.
The Vaqueros, ranked No. four within the state, improved to 5-Zero they usually’re considered one of 5 unbeaten groups within the state. The Vaqueros are 21-0-6 of their final 27 regular-season games.
Lagunas, a sophomore ahead from Santa Barbara High, and Muntari, a sophomore midfielder from Ghana, received on the board shortly with Muntari feeding Lagunas for a goal just 75 seconds into the game.
The Panthers (3-2-2) tied it 1-1 on a goal within the 35th minute.
Lagunas struck again within the 52nd minute on a set-up from Muntari. In the 75th minute, Muntari took a cross from Lagunas and scored the eventual game-winner to make it 3-1.
“We started very positively by scoring in the second minute,” acknowledged SBCC coach John Sisterson. “We allow them to again in it however we at all times seemed like we have been able to scoring extra goals. Andrew Angarano had a terrific game on protection and he was the ‘Man of the Match.’ “
The Vaqueros will host top-ranked Taft (5-1-1) on Friday at 7:30 p.m. in La Playa Stadium. The Vaqueros are unbeaten of their final 14 home games (12-0-2). Taft lost its first game on Tuesday at No. 3 Cerritos, 1-0.