FREMONT -- There were plenty of implications in Friday night's Mission Valley Athletic League boys soccer match between host Mission San Jose and James Logan. The two teams came in with the same overall and league records, were tied for second in the league standings and both were looking to solidify a spot in the North Coast Section playoffs in four weeks.

Mission San Jose responded with its most impressive victory of the season, beating the Colts 3-2. It's the sixth victory in seven games for the Warriors.

"This by far is our biggest win," Mission San Jose coach Al Garcia said. "These guys are starting to come together and be the players they need to be."

The Warriors (8-4-3, 5-1-0 MVAL) had most of the possession but was also disciplined, as they stayed organized in keeping the Colts (8-5-3, 4-2-0) off the scoreboard for the first 66 minutes.

By that time, Mission San Jose had built a two-goal lead, getting a brilliant goal from Guhan Sundar in the 13th minute, then a second on a header by Khiem Lu in the 63rd minute.

Logan bounced back three minutes later with a Justyn Raygoza goal, then in the 80th minute got a goal from Jose Villalobos. But an own goal just moments before prevented that score from being the equalizer.