Girls soccer: Chiawana tops Southridge in shootout

September 12, 2013 

Chiawana 4, Southridge 3 (SO): Danika Pink scored the game-winner in the shootout to lead the Riverhawks past the host Suns on Thursday.

“It wasn’t good for my heart,” Chiawana coach Rich Zoller said of the game. “It was a good game, I was really impressed with Southridge. They are going to be very good this year.

The Riverhawks jumped out to a 2-0 lead with goals by Alexis Stephenson and Sydney Virgen, but the Suns rallied back to take a 3-2 lead with goals by Mckaley Goffard, Michelle Foster and an own goal.

Scoring—1, C, Alexis Stephenson (Sydney Virgen), 13:00. 2, C, Virgen (Braydey Hodgins), 48:00. 3, S, Mckaley Goffard (Nicole Edwards), 50:00. 4, S, Michelle Foster, 60:00. 5, S, OG, 70:00. 6, C, Hodgins (Molly Sullivan), 75:00. Shootout goals (Chiawana 4-3)—C, Stephenson, Virgen, Lexi Ellingsen, Danika Pink. S, Hannah Sanders, Haley Thomas, Edwards. Shots—C 10, S 20. Saves—C, Cydni Cottrell 9. S, Mercedes Haberling 2, Tiara Valadez 2.

Moses Lake 8, Sunnyside 2: Alysha Overland scored twice as the Chiefs rolled to the CBBN road victory.

Scoring—1, Moses Lake, Alysha Overland, 1:00; 2, Moses Lake, Kayla Lunning, 4:00; 3, Moses Lake, Makenna Walker, 22:00; 4, Sunnyside, Susiana Aerola, 25:00; 5, Moses Lake, Overland, 50:00; 6, Sunnyside, Eilene Bautista (Sydney Hernandez), 52:00; 7, Moses Lake, Walker, 73:00; 8, Moses Lake, Lunning, 74:00; 9, Moses Lake, unavailable, 75:00; 10, Moses Lake, unavailable, 77:00. Saves—Moses Lake, Alvarado, 4; Sunnyside, Jessica Cardenas, 9; Vanessa Loera, 5.

HANFORD 1, RICHLAND 0: Taylor Matheny’s goal just 4 minutes into the match stood up as host Hanford got off to a good start in Mid-Columbia Conference girls soccer play, beating visiting Richland.

Matheny scored off an assist from Coco Gall.

But the Falcons defense may have been the star of the match.

Scoring—1, H, Taylor Matheny (Coco Gall), 4:00. Shots—R 8, H 8. Saves—R, Samantha Beck, 3. H, Emily Busselman, 4.

Walla Walla 4, Kennewick 3 (SO): Maddie Sirmon, Mari Arceo, Ruby Salgado and Ayssa Ortiz all scored in the shootout to lift the visiting Blue Devils to the Mid-Columbia Conference victory.

Klarissa Barajas scored twice in regulation for Kennewick, which gave up the game-tying goal in the final minute.

Scoring—1, Kennewick, Klarissa Barajas (Hannah Templeton), 19:00; 2, Walla Walla, Mari Arceo, 30:00; 3, Kennewick, Klarissa Barajas, 60:00; 4, Walla Walla, Alice Goulet, 77:00; 5, Kennewick, Hannah Templeton, 79:00; 6, Walla Walla, Mari Arceo, 90:00 Shootout goals (Walla Walla 4-2)—Walla Walla, Maddie Sirmon, Mari Arceo, Ruby Salgado, Ayssa Ortiz. Kennewick, Celeste Estrada, Kristin Wilson. Shots—Walla Walla 18, Kennewick 24. Saves—Walla Walla, Alyssa Rodriguez-James, 19; Kennewick, Amy Martinez, 11.

Ephrata 2, Othello 1: Ephrata converted a panlty kick with one minute left in the game to beat host Othello in a nonleague match.

Junior Kimberlee Garza scored for the Huskies, who were playing their first match of the season. Jennelle Garza finished with 10 saves.

Scoring—1, E, 20:00. O, Kimberlee Garza, 26:00. E, (PK), 79:00. Shots—E 15, O 12. Saves—E, 10. O, Jennelle Garza 10.

Warden 6, Quincy 0: BryLee Whitney had a goal and an assist as the Cougars cruised to the nonleague home victory.

Scoring—1, Warden, Rebekah Richins (BryLee Whitney), 3:00; 2, Warden, Brenna Whitney (Savanna Edson), 20:00; 3, Warden, BryLee Whitney, 30:00; 4, Warden, Kasey Ozuna (Jennifer Mendoza), 35:00; 5, Warden, Brenna Whitney, 54:00; 6, Warden, Alexis Arredondo, 70:00

Ellensburg 3, Connell 1: Trew Tucker had a goal and an assist for the host Bulldogs in the victory. Lilibeth Rodriquez scored the lone goal for the Eagles in the nonleague matchup.

Scoring—1, Ellensburg, Rachel Jeffries (Trew Tucker), 5:00; 2, Ellensburg, Trew Tucker, 25:00; 3, Connell, Lilibeth Rodriquez, 32:00; 4, Ellensburg, Dalya Sanchez, 67:00. Saves—Connell, Gloria Gomez, 11; Ellensburg, Rachel Engeland, 1; Taelor Griffin, 2

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