MÉXICO CITY -- Strikers Martín Bravo and Christian Benítez scored for victories in México's Apertura tournament.
Benítez scored twice and the Águilas de América scored a 4-2 second-round win over Jaguares.
Jaguares defeated club América, 2-1, in a preseason match played at Chukchansi Park in Fresno on June 22.
"We're going at inch-by-inch," said defender Adrián Aldrete.
"We understand it's important to continue to work, reading our errors and victories to keep improving."
Bravo, the leading scorer for the Pumas de la U.N.A.M., reached three goals thus far in the tournament. Bravo is also the league's leading scorer. The Pumas defeated the Gallos Blancos de Querétaro 3-0.
'The Ghost' Guerrero wins in San José
SAN JOSÉ -- Robert 'The Ghost' Guerrero improved to 30-1-1 with 18 knockouts after scoring a unanimous decision over Selcuk Aydin last Saturday.
Guerrero, a northern California native from nearby Gilroy, earned a 117-111, 116-112, 116-112 score on the three cards. Aydin (23-1, 17 KOs) suffered his first defeat of his career. Guerrero fought two weight classes upward against Selcuk. He defeated Michael Katsidis in April of 2011.
Cowboys, Raiders begin NFL camps
OXNARD -- Dallas Cowboys quarterback Tony Romo and teammates arrived in southern California last Saturday.
Romo and several Cowboys rallied around members for an autograph session before preparing for a Monday workout.
Dallas, who had two crucial losses to the New York Giants last season, has missed the NFL postseason the last two seasons.
The Oakland Raiders gathered in Napa in preparation of its camp last Monday.
First-year coach Dennis Allen will lead the black and silver this season.
Oakland, who last season broke records with 163 penalties resulting in 1,358 yards, has not won over half its games in nine seasons.
First medal for México
LONDRES -- Mexican synchronized divers Iván García Navarro and Germán Sánchez won the first medals for México last Sunday. Navarro and Sánchez earned silver medals in the 10-meter synchronized platform diving event.