BARSTOW - The Barstow High School girls soccer team shared the love on Tuesday.

The Aztecs shutout Burroughs 4-0 during their first home league game of the season. Barstow didn't just score goals they got everyone involved. Four different Aztecs put the ball in the net on 13 attempts during the game. However, Barstow had to work for their early goals. Gabbi Maldonado shot a hard ball across the right side of the field that was tipped away by the Burroughs' keeper during the first 10 minutes of the game. Alyssa Maldonado got the rebound and put it away to give Barstow a 1-0 lead. Gabbi got her own goal when she headed a corner kick in 12 minutes into the second half.

"It was really nice to have them all score," Barstow coach Jackie Cooper said. "Usually no one or only one person will score. Having everyone do it today was nice."

The Aztecs controlled the ball throughout the game, rarely giving up possession. The Burros were able to get nine shots off during the game, but none were enough to give Barstow's keeper Courtney Hernandez a problem.

Hernandez played a strong game during her home varsity debut, controlling and securing anything that came into the 18-yard box. She was pulled up to the varsity team from JV after Barstow's keeper Selina Maldonado was injured. Selina suffered two broken ribs during a game against Apple Valley on Dec. 20. Cooper said Selina is expected to be out for the rest of the season, but wants to try and play again. Hernandez played her first game during the Claremont Tournament on Dec. 26.

"When the whistle blew I was nervous, but it went away," Hernandez said. "It was fun. I like it. I like playing with the team. I miss some of the JV girls during games, but I still see them."

Hernandez wasn't the only new face on the field on Tuesday. Heather Earl played her first home game after being pulled up from JV as well. Cooper said Earl was called on to fill a spot at center midfielder that the Aztecs had struggled with this season.

The win gives Barstow some much needed momentum as they prepare to face Silverado at 3 p.m. on Thursday in Victorville. The Aztecs dropped a rough 8-0 game to Granite Hills last Thursday.

"The girls played a strong game," Cooper said. "They really deserved the win especially after last Thursday's game."