The 10-6A boys soccer season is only two weeks old and the standings are already a jumbled mess.
Every team has at least one win, only one team does not have a regulation loss an there are four squads tied for third place.
The one team without a mark in the loss column is Rowlett, who picked up a 2-0 win over Wylie on Friday.
The Eagles (2-0-2, 9 points) find themselves in first place after getting a pair of goals from Kevin Adolfo and a shutout in net by Landen Sabolski.
North Garland (2-2-0, 6) used goals from Ricky Andrade and Aldair Lopez to post a 2-0 shutout of Sachse (2-2-0, 6).
The Raiders and Mustangs are part of the aforementioned four-way tie along with Wylie and Lakeview, who pulled out a 2-1 overtime win over Garland.
Naaman Forest (2-1-1, 7) entered the night atop the standings, but dropped to second after a 1-0 loss to South Garland, with Jesus Martinez providing the lone goal of the match.
Sachse finds itself in a familiar position as the Mustangs are alone in first place through two weeks of the regular season.
The Mustangs (4-0-0, 12 points) are the only undefeated team left in 10-6A, as they scored four times in the second half to pull away for a 5-0 victory over North Garland on Friday.
Rowlett (3-1-1, 9) suffered its first district setback as Wylie (3-1-0, 9) continued its strong offensive attack to claim a 5-2 victory to move into a tie for second place.
Evelyn Slaughter tallied a hat trick and Amelia Leggett and Hayley Wolfe added goals for the Pirates. Taylor Conway and Ashley Johnson provided the goals for the Eagles.
Lakeview (2-1-1, 8) moved into fourth place with a 3-0 win over Garland, while South Garland (2-2-0, 6) is also right in the hunt after its 1-0 blanking of Naaman Forest.