ALAMOSA — Friday afternoon the boy’s soccer team shut out Montezuma-Cortez with a 4-goal performance. Alamosa entered Friday’s game with a 1-2 record looking to break even. The Panthers entered looking for their first win of the season. Montezuma-Cortez would have to keep looking, as it was all Mean Moose that afternoon. Alamosa was led in scoring by sophomore Claudino Pedro Francisco, who found the net three times giving him 5 goals in the last two games. Pedro Francisco got 6 shots off and 5 of those were on target only having one sail. His first goal of the day was off an assist by Tomas Jose-Francisco that put Alamosa up 1-0. The Mean Moose would take that lead into the half. Then in the 26th minute of the second half Pedro Francisco would strike again this time via a header off a corner kick to make it 2-0 and the rout was on. Pedro Francisco completed the hat trick off an assist from junior Miguel Salmon to make it 3-0. The final goal came from sophomore Antonio Esteban. Esteban ended his day with 7 shots and 3 on target finding the net for the first time late in the second half with assists from Claudino Pedro Francisco and Tomas Jose Francisco to bring the game to its concluded score of 4-0. Alamosa will take their .500 record on the road twice this week, Tuesday afternoon against Pueblo County and then ending their road trip on Friday in Bayfield at 4 p.m.