Sergio Avalos scored the game’s only goal for Pasco, leading the Bulldogs to a 1-0 victory over Richland to secure their third consecutive Mid-Columbia Conference 4A district title.
“It’s hard to do and hasn’t happened very many times,” Pasco coach Matt Potter said of the title. “It’s nice to check that one off.”
Pasco sophomore Francisco Moreno had six saves in the shutout.
Pasco (16-1) will host Ferris at 6 p.m. Thursday in a MCC/GSL regional semifinal game.
Richland (7-11) will host Lewis & Clark on Tuesday in a loser-out game.
Scoring: Sergio Avalos (P) G; Nathan Martinez (P) A. Shots: Pasco 13, Richland 7. Saves: P, Francisco Moreno 6; R, Jake VoordePoorte 5.
KAMIAKIN 2, KENNEWICK 1: Jaden Eder scored the game winner in the 62nd minute as the Braves rallied to beat the Lions in the 3A district championship game at Lampson Stadium.
Juan Cruz scored in the first minute of the game for Kennewick to take an early lead, only to see Christian Egli score for Kamiakin in the 13th minute to tie the game.
Kamiakin (9-8) moves on to play Rogers (Spokane) for the regional title at 6 p.m. Tuesday at Lampson Stadium.
Kennewick (9-9) will host Mt. Spokane at 4 p.m. Tuesday in a loser-out game.
Scoring: Christian Egli (KAM) G; Peyton Shymanski (KAM) A; Jaden Eder (KAM) G; Caden Egli (KAM) A; Juan Cruz (KEN) G. Shots: Kamiakin 7, Kennewick 7. Saves: Ken, Christian Mendoza 4; Kam, Marco Covarrubias 6.
GRANDVIEW 4, ELLENSBURG 1: Israel Gonzalez found the net twice for the host Greyhounds in their CWAC district loser-out game against the Bulldogs.
Grandview advances to the district semifinals against East Valley at 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Scoring: Israel Gonzalez (G) 2G; Alexis Correa (G) A; Anthony Macias (G) G; Jordan Munguia (E) G; Chris Contreras (E) A; Alex Benitez (G) G. Shots: Grandview 12, Ellensburg 4. Saves: Oscar Munguia (E) 8; Antonio Garcia (G) 3.
SUNNYSIDE AT CHIAWANA
Boys: Chiawana 5-2. Singles: Brandon Phillips (C) d. Thomas Diaz, 7-6 (1), 6-1; Ross Laverman (S) d. Spencer Johnson, 2-6, 6-3, 6-4; Jose Fernandez (C) d. Alex Rodriguez, 7-5, 6-2; David Green (C) d. Ruben Acevedo, 6-3, 7-6 (3). Doubles: Gray Evans-Evan Naef (C) d. Rissto Barboza-Juan Morales, 6-1, 6-4; Art Palacios-Sebastian Gonzalez (S) d. Ethan Wheatley-Vicente Arroyos, 6-4, 6-2; Bradley Johnson-Christian Domingos (C) d. Bryce Murry-Matt Schaneman, 6-3, 6-1.
Girls: Chiawana 7-0. Singles: Jaime Jenkins (C) d. Cassandra Garcia 8-5; Samantha Garcia (C) d. Stephanie Herrara 7-5, forf.; Vanessa Good (C) d. Kelsee Schaneman 6-3, 6-2; Jynell Vorabouth (C) d. Jennifer Ochoa 6-1, 6-2. Doubles: Darbi Pink-Cassandra Muniz (C) d. Herrara-C. Garcia 6-2, 6-2; Camdyn Gray-Genna MacFarlan (C) d. Monica Rodriguez-Samantha Gonzalez 6-1, 6-0; Lynna Truong-Kaela Nichols (C) d. Bianca Molina-Schaneman 6-0, 6-0.
CBC 9-8, WALLA WALLA 4-7: The Hawks took an early lead in the opener with five runs in the first inning. Parker Coffey homered and drove in four runs in the win.
In Game 2, Colton Kelly homered and drove in three runs as the Hawks swept the Warriors in Pasco.
Highlights: Brendan McClary (CBC) 3x5, 2R, RBI; Parker Coffey (CBC) HR, 4 RBI; Zack Chamberlain (CBC) 3x3, R.
Highlights: Colton Kelly (CBC) 4x5, HR, 2R, 3 RBI; Spencer Bennion (CBC) 2x3, RBI.
▪ Trevor Jones (Hanford) went 3-for-4 with three RBIs and scored three runs as Bellevue (Neb.) University beat host Valley City (N.D.) State 16-6 on Friday in their North Star Athletic Association tournament opener.
Jake Browne (Hanford) was 2-for-4 for the Bruins, who beat Waldorf 11-0 on Saturday to advance to Sunday’s Bracket A championship game.
▪ Connor Moore (Richland) struck out three and gave up one hit in 2 2/3 innings of relief, picking up his second win of the season as Seattle University beat host New Mexico State 10-9 in a 10-inning WAC game Friday.
▪ Quin Grogan (Stanfield) gave up three hits, walked three and struck out seven in 7 2/3 innings to lead Lewis-Clark State to a 3-0 win over the University of British Columbia in the NAIA West Grouping Tournament.
LCSC will play UBC or College of Idaho at 3 p.m. Sunday for the tournament title.
Seattle Pacific’s Kyra Brannan (Kamiakin) won the long jump (18-7) at the Great Northwest Athletic Confernce qualifier Friday in Ellensburg.
Central Washington’s Angelique Whistocken (Kennewick) was second in the the javelin with a toss of 144-3.
▪ Eastern Washington’s Larry Still won the pole vault (15-11) at the Tom Gage Classic at Dornblaser Field in Missoula, Mont., while teammate Samantha Raines (Kamiakin) had a season-best height of 11-9 3/4, but still did not reach the the standard for the Big Sky Championships.
Alex Shuster (Connell) scored what turned out to be the winning run as Eastern Oregon beat Great Falls 3-0 in Ashland, Ore., to advance to the Cascade Collegiate Conference championship game.
The win secured EOU’s first trip to the NAIA National Tournament in 16 years. Haley Hess (River View) also plays for the Mountaineers, and Katie Martell (Kamiakin) is an assistant coach.
EOU will face Great Falls or Corban for the CCC title at 1:30 p.m. Sunday.
The Idaho women finished 15th on Saturday at the NCAA Stanford (Calif.) Regional.
Senior Kristin Strankman (Richland) tied for 67th at 17-over-par 230 (78-77-75) for the Vandals, who were at 59-over 911 for the tournament.
Stanford won the team title with an 856.
The University of Washington women won their 10th consecutive Windermere Cup on Saturday — their 22nd overall. In a race that featured Cambridge University and the University of San Diego, the Huskies pulled away after a close first 1,000 meters of racing to a comfortable win. USD was second and Cambridge third.
In the Women’s Varsity Four race, the Huskies, led by former Richland swimmer Vanessa Whattam, beat San Diego by 16 seconds for the victory. University of Victoria was third, and Portland was fourth.