Soccer: Sunnyside boys top Moses Lake

April 22, 2014 

Alexander Marin scored two goals, including the game-winner in overtime as Sunnyside topped Moses Lake 3-2 on Tuesday in a CBBN match in Sunnyside.

Marin scored from 18 yards out 7 minutes into overtime as Sunnyside improved to 5-0 in league play.

Johnny Cortez scored a pair of goals for Moses Lake.

Scoring—1, ML, Johnny Cortez, 1:33. 2, S, Alexander Marin, 41:02. 3, ML, Cortez, 45:00. 4, S, Misael Vasquez (Luis Licona), 66:00. 5, S, Marin (Licona), 87:00. Shots—ML 11, S 13. Saves—ML, Grant Bruneel 3. S, Manuel Calvillo 4.

Richland 1, Chiawana 0: Xavier Acuna scored off an assist from Trevor Hoyt in the 50th minute to give the Bombers a Mid-Columbia Conference home victory.

Scoring—1, Richland, Xavier Acuna (Trevor Hoyt), 50:00. Shots—Richland 8, Chiawana 8. Saves—Richland, Daniel Ruiz, 4; Chiawana, Fernando Gutierrez, 3.

Othello 4, West Valley 0: Jason Rodriguez recorded a hat trick to give him 10 goals on the season and help the Huskies pick up a CWAC victory over the visiting Rams.

Rodriguez, a center midfielder, now has 10 goals on the season for an Othello team that is ranked No. 5 in the latest Seattle Times poll.

Scoring—1, Othello, Jason Rodriguez (Khristian Herrera), 3:00; 2, Othello, Herrera (Jacob Quiroz), 12:00; 3, Othello, Rodriguez (Gus Roa), 26:00; 4, Othello, Rodriguez (Quiroz), 59:00. Shots—West Valley 8, Othello 18. Saves—West Valley, Jacob Alvarez, 12; Othello, Angel Rangel, 8.

Wahluke 1, Connell 0: Juan Estrada scored off an assist from Luis Veloz to score the game’s only goal, as host Wahluke defeated Connell in an SCAC match.

Connell keeper Adsel Plaza had an outsianding game in the Eagles’ loss, stopping 15 of the Warriors shots.

Scoring—1, W, Juan Estrada (Luis Veloz), 38:00. Shots—C 8, W 27. Saves—C, Adsel Plaza 15. W, Alan Caro 6.

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