Girls soccer: Chiawana cruises past Kennewick

September 21, 2013 

Chiawana vs Kennewick soccer

Chiawana's Alexis Stephenson, center blocks a kick from Kennewick's Adriana Mora (6) as Deanna Haverlock looks on Saturday at Chiawana in Pasco.

PAUL T. ERICKSON — Tri-City Herald Buy Photo

Kennewick had to be thrilled when Hannah Templeton scored in the first minute to give the Lions a 1-0 lead over Chiawana in a Mid-Columbia Conference girls soccer matchup in Pasco.

But the Riverhawks were determined to come away with the win, recording the next seven goals in a 7-1 victory.

Three minutes after Kennewick’s goal, Danika Pink tied the score off an assist from Alexis Stephenson, and Chiawana was off to the races.

Stephenson chalked up three goals plus another assist, and Braydey Hodgins netted two goals and two assists for the Riverhawks.

After giving up the early goal, Chiawana goalkeeper Kelsee Winston kept the nets clean for the next 79 minutes.

Scoring—1, K, Hannah Templeton, 1:00; 2, C, Danika Pink (Alexis Stephenson), 3:00; 3, C, Stephenson (Kelsee Winston), 10:00; 4, C, Stephenson (Braydey Hodgins), 15:00; 5, C, Sydney Virgen (Stephenson), 20:00; 6, C, Hodgins (Cydni Cottrell), 32:00; 7, C, Hodgins (Juliet Palomarez), 38:00; 8, C, Stephenson (Hodgins), 76:00. Shots—K 3, C 15. Saves—K, Amy Martinez 6. C, Winston 1.

Kamiakin 1, Richland 0: Sarah Burns scored off a corner kick by Alicia Nguyen in the sixth minute, a goal that stood up for the next 74 minutes in the Braves’ MCC win over Richland at Lampson Stadium.

Scoring—1, K, Sarah Burns (Alisha Nguyen), 6:34. Shots—R 2, K 5. Saves—R, Samantha Beck 2, Gracelyn Fine 1. K, Erin Lesberg 2.

Southridge 1, Hanford 0: Mckaley Goffard scored the lone goal to lift the Suns to a Mid-Columbia Conference home victory over the Falcons.

The freshman scored off an assist by Hannah Sanders in the 55th minute and Mercedes Haberling made it stand up with two saves.

Scoring—1, Southridge, Mckaley Goffard (Hannah Sanders), 55:00. Shots—Hanford 2, Southridge 3. Saves—Hanford, Emily Bussellman, 2; Southridge, Mercedes Haberling, 2

Prosser 6, Grandview 1: Jasmine Lemos and Jamie Fassler each had two goals and an assist to lift the Mustangs to a nonleague road win over the Greyhounds.

Scoring—1, P, Jasmine Lemos (Jamie Fassler), 5:00; 2, P, Fassler, 13:00; 3, G, Alyssa Fajardo, 25:00; 4, P, Jennifer Inions (Makensie Forsyth), 37:00; 5, P, Lemos (Matti Boyle), 63:00; 6, P, Fassler (Lemos), 68:00; 7, P, Hannah Johnson (Dulce Carrillo), 79:00. Shots—P 21, G 10. Saves—P, Maggie Elliot 5, Izzy Thornbrugh 3 (40:00). G, Madison Trevino 1, Jamila Schaffer 10 (5:00).

Kiona-Benton 1, Granger 0: Sabrina Acevedo scored in the 68th minute on an assist from Emily Thornton to give the Bears a nonleague road victory.

Scoring—1, Kiona-Benton, Sabrina Acevedo (Emily Thornton), 68:00. Shots—Kiona-Benton 12, Granger 2. Saves—Kiona-Benton, Leandra Ramirez, 2; Granger, Bertha Fernandez, 9

Connell 3, Cle Elum/Roslyn 1: Brittany Vickerman scored twice to lead the Eagles to a nonleague road victory.

Scoring—1, Connell, Brittany Vickerman, 11:00; 2, Cle Elum/Roslyn, Jaqueline Baunstuard, 24:00; 3, Connell, Vickerman, 54:00; 4, Connell, Lilibeth Rodriguez (Jackie Ramos), 67:00. Shots—Connell 15, Cle Elum/Roslyn 6. Saves—Connell, Gloria Gomez, 5; Cle Elum/Roslyn, Courtney Brown, 12

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