Ellie Heiden scored three minutes into overtime to lift the Kamiakin Braves to a 2-1 win over the Chiawana Riverhawks on Saturday at Lampson Stadium.
Kamiakin's Rachel Young knocked in a goal in the 73rd minute to tie the score.
"I was really proud of the girls because we didn't score till late in the second half, and that's a long time to keep fighting," Kamiakin coach Chris Erikson said. "We really started to show endurance at the very end."
Alexis Stephensen put Chiawana on the board at 5:30, but Erikson was pleased with the effort from goalkeeper Kelci Young, who started in place of Sydnee Grant (concussion), and the Braves' defense, a good sign as Kamiakin motors through Mid-Columbia Conference play.
"What you have on your bench is gonna matter a lot, whether you have the depth to get through injuries and fatigue," Erikson said.
Scoring--1, C, Alexis Stephensen, 5:30. 2, K, Rachel Young (Megan Young), 73:00. 3, K, Ellie Heiden, 83:00. Shots--C 11, K 7. Saves--C, Martha Robles 6. K, Kelci Young 7.
Richland 1, Pasco 0: Richland's Samantha Heilman scored on a 25-yard shot into the far corner in the 27th minute, a goal that held up for a Mid-Columbia Conference win over Pasco.
The Bombers defensive back four of Andes Archibald, Kailee Carneau, Jaclyn Parnell and Serena Robertson helped limit the Bulldogs to just four shots, and goalkeeper Samantha Beck recorded the shutout.
Scoring--1, R, Samantha Heilman (Kendyl Foster), 27:xx. Shots--R 8, P 4. Saves--R, Samantha Beck 4. P, Carrie Nolan 7.
Hanford 8, Kennewick 0: Monica Rowley scored two goals to lead Hanford past Kennewick in a Mid-Columbia Conference match at Falcon Field in Richland.
Scoring--1, H, Bret Baysinger (Coco Gall), 3:00. 2, H, Monica Rowley (Gall), 6:00. 3, H, Rowley (Annalise Rogalsky), 9:00. 4, Rebekah Arneson, 18:00. 5, H, Hannah Duffy, 28:00. 6, H, Audrey Turnipseed (Maddy Bingham), 32:00. 7, H, Sydney Thompson (Hannah Thompson), 39:00. 8, H, Katie Zorich (H.Thompson), 50:00. Shots--K 0, H 16. Saves--K, Deanna Havreloch 5. H, Emily Bussselman 0, Cecily Bader 0.
Ephrata 3, Grandview 0: Ephrata scored three first-half goals -- two in extra time at the end of the half -- to hand Grandview its first loss of the season.
Hayley Berryman scored the first goal for the Tigers just 1:20 into the game, then Lana Sween and Kendal Sage notched goals during the added time.
"We aren't the well-oiled conditioned machine that Ephrata is at this point of the season," Grandview coach Anne Holden said. "They have a lot of returning key kids. All the credit to them. We have to work a little more and capitalize on our shots. We just didn't put it away."
The Greyhounds (2-1) got six saves from Madison Trevino.
Scoring--1, E, Hayley Berryman, 1:20. 2, E, Lana Sween (Chloe Spencer), 1:38 (added time). 3, E, Kendal Sage, 1:40 (added time). Shots--E 9, G 5. Saves--E, Kayla Brissy 5. G, Madison Trevino 6.