Southridge outscored Hanford 4-3 in the shootout to escape with a 3-2 Mid-Columbia Conference victory Thursday at Lampson Stadium.
“It was sloppy, that’s why it went into a shootout,” Falcons coach Mike Pardini said.
Alan Pena and Jorge Mendez scored in regulation for the Suns, while Iovani Rodriguez and Shiv Sanan scored for the Falcons (5-4 MCC).
Will Eldred had two assists for Hanford. He leads the Falcons with six goals and six assists.
Scoring: Alan Pena (S) G, Jorge Mendez (S) G, Emilio Sanchez (S) 2A; Iovani Rodriguez (H) G; Shiv Sanan (H) G; Will Eldred 2A. Shootout: S (4) Emilio Sanchez, Jorge Mendez, Alan Pena, Jaden Walker; H (3) Iovani Rodriguez, Jeremiah Nguyen, Kanyen Nelson. Shots: H 7, S 5. Saves: H, Brandon Alexander 3. S, Martin Ruiz 5.
PASCO 7, WALLA WALLA 0: Jesus Meraz-Rodriguez scored twice, and Nathan Martinez scored the last goal to cap off a solid performance by the Bulldogs on the road against the Blue Devils.
Pasco improved to 11-0 overall and 9-0 in Mid-Columbia Conference play.
Scoring: Jesus Meraz-Rodriguez (P) 2G; Hector Magana (P) G, 2A; Saul Chavez (P) G; David Uribe (P) G; Liban Hussein (P) G; Nathan Martinez (P) G, A; David Amenta (P) A; Behrouz Khoyi (P) A Shots: Pasco 15, Walla Walla 2 Saves: David Armenta, Israel Garcia 1 (P); Quinn McHie (WW) 5.
KAMIAKIN 2, RICHLAND 1: Isaiah Archiga and Andrew Scrimsher scored a goal apiece, leading the Braves to an MCC road win against the Bombers.
Richland’s Jake VoordePoorte posted 13 saves in goal, while Cole Ybarra had the lone goal for the Bombers.
Scoring: Isaiah Archiga (K) G; Kaleb Rainsberry (K) A; Andrew Scrimsher (K) G; Brandon Weimar (K) A; Cole Ybarra (R) G Saves: Marco Covarrubias (K) 3, Jake VoordePoorte (R) 13.
CONNELL 3, WAHLUKE 1: Pablo Gil had two assists, while Josue Vargas scored a goal and had 10 saves for the Eagles, leading Connell to a win at home against the Warriors.
Emmanuel Hidalgo had the lone goal for Wahluke, while Ulysses Gonzalez had 14 saves.
Scoring: Josue Vargas (C) G; Luis Ramos (C) G; Adrian Mendiola (C) G; Pablo Gil (C) 2A; Jose Mondragon (C) A; Emmanuel Hidalgo (W) G Shots: Connell 21, Wahluke 11 Saves: Josue Vargas (C) 10, Ulysses Gonzalez (W) 14.
TOPPENISH 3, OTHELLO 0: Cristobal Cervantes found the net twice on the road against the Huskies, leading the Wildcats to a CWAC victory.
Scoring: Cristobal Cervantes (T) 2G; Santiago Martinez (T) G Shots: Othello 12, Toppenish 11 Saves: Jose Chairez (O) 4, Ernesto Gil (T) 6.
ROYAL 3, NACHES VALLEY 1: The Rangers (2-5) opened the scoring 11:52 into the game, but it was all Knights from there.
Royal (8-1-1) scored all three of its goals in the second half to win the nonleague game at home.
Scoring: Michael Rojas (R) G; Israel Cortez (R) G; Juan Ojeda (R) G; Jarek Barbee (NV) G. Shots: NV 4, R 29. Saves: NV, Nick Berge 9; R, Carlos Quintero 0.
PENDLETON INVITE: Mike Legard shot a 79 to help Kamiakin finish third at Pendleton Country Club with 333 points — just 10 behind champion The Dalles (323).
Hermiston finished fourth and Hanford fifth in the eight-team event.
Reilly Hegarty of Pendleton took medalist honors with a 78, while Legard tied for second with Chase Snodgrass of The Dallas.
At Pendleton Country Club, par 72
Team scores: 1. The Dalles 323, Pendleton 328, Kamiakin 333, Hermiston 350, Hanford 359, LaGrande 372, Baker 374, McLaughlin 383.
Top 5: Reilly Hegarty (P) 78, Chase Snodgrass (TD) 79, Mike Legard (K) 79, Brayden Pulver (P) 80, Tyler Vasser (TD) 81, Mark Felderman (TD) 81, Anders Lind (Her) 81.
Kamiakin: Bolton Dauenhauer 82, Parker Morgan 85, McGwire Hanson 87, Landon Kutschkau 97.
Hermiston: Kayden Mecham 86, Dylan Martin 89, Tyler Cameron 94, Jared Thacker 95.
Hanford: Gabe Cach 82, Ryan Ray 88, Max Violette 90, Jackson Creer 99, Sam Brendel 111.
PALOUSE RIDGE INVITE: Othello’s Ben Garza shot an 82 to lead the Huskies in Pullman. Othello finished 18th in the team standings.
Ryan Harle led Prosser with an 88 as the Mustangs finished 14th in the team race.
Central Valley’s Jake Dringle fired a 71 to take medalist honors by a stroke in Pullman.
Post Falls claimed the team title, with Cameron Flores shooting 72 to help the Trojans win by 10 shots.
Palouse Ridge Invite
At Palouse Ridge Golf Club
Team scores: 1, Post Falls 300. 2, Central Valley 310. 3, Lewiston 312. 4, Coeur d’Alene 317. 5, Shadle Park 324. 6, Lake City 344. 7, JL Crowe 353. 8, Pullman 355. 9, University 355. 10, Lakeland 357. 11, S. Humphries 360. 12, Cheney 368. 13, Clarkston 371. 14, Prosser 371. 15, Sandpoint 376. 16, North Central 377. 17, Ferris 379. 18, Othello 382. 19, Moscow 385. 20, Wapato 397. 21, Lakeside 400. 22, East Valley 431.
Top 5: 1, Jake Dringle (CV) 71. T2, Lance Ruddell (Lew) 72. T2, Cameron Flores (PF) 72. T4, Alex Callahan (CdA) 74. T4, Ben Trigstad (Lew) 74.
Prosser: Ryan Harle 88, Cam Savage 89, Ky Swift 95, Tyler Rodda 99, Jay Munn 102.
Othello: Ben Garza 82, Isaiah Garza 97, Chemi Cantu 101, David Rivera 102, Kale Snyder 135.
DISTRICT 9 MATCH: Pomeroy’s Devon Caruso shared medalist honors with an 82 to lead the Pirates to the team title Wednesday at Horn Rapids Golf Course.
Steven Xiao of DeSales also had an 82. Hogan Jones of Tri-Cities Prep had an 89.
In the girls match, Deana Caruso of Pomeroy shot an 86 for medalist honors as the Pirates won the team title with a 307.
Rachel Armijo of Tri-Cities Prep was second with a 98.
District 9 match
At Horn Rapids Golf Course
Boys team scores: 1. DeSales 350, Tri-Cities Prep 377.
Top 5: Devon Caruso (Pomeroy) 82, Steven Xiao (DeSales) 82, Jacob Tewalt (Pomeroy) 83, Scott Kimball (DeSales) 83, Hogan Jones (TCP) 89.
Girls team scores: 1. Pomeroy 307, Tri-Cities Prep 319.
Top 5: Deana Caruso (Pomeroy) 86, Rachel Armijo (TCP) 98, Teresa Myers (Pomeroy) 99, Ali Harder (DeSales) 100.
An independent investigation of the storied Bellevue High football program has found that its boosters paid for athletes to attend an alternative private school and that false addresses were used to help players gain eligibility, officials said Thursday.
Along with the booster payments, the investigation found that Bellevue coaches had directed athletes to attend the alternative Academic Institute in Bellevue, and that coaches coordinated tuition payments for athletes there. The rules of the WIAA, which govern high-school athletics, prohibit programs from giving athletes special privileges or inducements.
If the findings are confirmed, penalties could possibly range from probation to forfeiting state championships.