Savannah Brown connected with just five minutes remaining to give the Southridge girls soccer team a 3-2 Mid-Columbia Conference victory over Richland on Tuesday at Bomber Field.
Mercedes Haberling scored in the 18th minute to get the Suns on the board, but Richland’s Samantha Heilman tied it three minutes later.
Richland’s Karsyn Suhadolnik put the Bombers ahead in the 24th. Southridge’s Emily Koehler evened the score in the 40th.
Thanks to Brown’s late goal, Southridge improved to 4-1 in conference. Richland fell to 3-2.
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Scoring—1, S, Mercedes Haberling (Haley Thomas), 18:00. 2, R, Samantha Heilman (Sophie Mendoza), 21:00. 3, R, Karsyn Suhadolnik (Heilman), 24:00; 4, S, Emily Koehler (Emma Schutt), 40:00. 5, S, Savannah Brown (McKaley Goffard), 75:00. Shots—S 7, R 6. Saves—S, Tiara Valadez 4. R, Gracelyn Fine 4.
Kamiakin 3, Kennewick 1: Lexi McQueary scored two goals to lead the undefeated Braves past the Lions in MCC action at Lampson Stadium.
Klarissa Barajas scored in the 42nd minute for Kennewick, which had one shot on goal. Olivia Blank stopped 14 shots for the Lions.
“We were strong offensively and stronger defensively,” Kamiakin coach Chris Erikson said, “but 10 (Klarissa Barajas), she did a nice job finishing with a beautiful shot. The goalie was good, and I thought Hannah Templeton was very strong in the midfield as well.”
Scoring—1, Kam, Lexi McQueary (Addie Oaks), 6:56. 2, Kam, Kendyl Holle (Heather Donais), 14:58. 3, Kam, McQueary (Kiley Larson), 17:32. 4, Ken, Klarissa Barajas, 41:12. Shots—Ken 1, Kam 23. Saves—Ken, Olivia Blank 14. Kam, Kelci Young 0.
Hanford 1, Pasco 0: Dani Mendoza’s first goal of the season turned out to be a big one, scoring in overtime to lead the Falcons to an MCC victory over the Bulldogs at Edgar Brown Stadium.
Hanford defenders Georgia Coleman and Taylor Matheny helped limit the Bulldogs’ opportunities, and goalie Mariah Brush posted her first shutout of the season for the Falcons (2-3).
Scoring—1, H, Dani Mendoza (Taylor Matheny), 88:00. Shots—H 15, P 3. Saves—H, Mariah Brush 1, Maddy Bingham 0. P, Carrie Nolan 6.
Chiawana 4, Walla Walla 1: Freshman Summer Yates had two goals and an assist, and Hannah Haertling scored twice to lead the Riverhawks to an MCC road victory over the Blue Devils.
Wa-Hi’s Abby Escalante got the scoring started in the 14th minute, but Chiawana countered with three goals before the half. Haertling put the Riverhawks ahead for good in the 29th.
Scoring—1, WW, Abby Escalante (Nancy Marquez), 14:00. 2, C, Summer Yates (Braydey Hodgins), 27:00. 3, C, Hannah Haertling (Alexis Stephenson), 29:00. 4, C, Haertling (Yates), 37:00. 5, C, Yates (Molly Sullivan), 68:00. Shots—C 13, WW 9. Saves—C, Cydni Cottrell 5. WW 6.
Prosser 2, Sunnyside 1: Jamie Fassler scored in the 60th minute to lead the Mustangs to a nonleague road win over the Grizzlies.
Asia Olivarez had a goal and an assist for Prosser, while Daisy Chavez scored Sunnyside’s lone goal.
Sunnyside will be at West Valley on Thursday for a Big Nine match.
Scoring—1, S, Daisy Chavez (Jessica Mendoza), 38:00. 2, P, Asia Olivarez, 51:00. 3, P, Jamie Fassler (Olivarez), 60:00. Shots—P 19, S 28. Saves—P, Izzy Thornbrugh 10. S, Vanessa Loera 17.
Connell 8, Granger 0: Jessica Garcia had two goals and an assist, and Kyra Courneya also contributed a pair of goals to help lead the Eagles to an SCAC East home victory against the Spartans.
Scoring—1, C, Jade Chamberlain, 6:30. 2, C, Adriana Zuniga, 10:00. 3, C, Lilibeth Rodriguez, 13:45. 4, C, Jessica Garcia, 16:00. 5, C, Garcia, 19:00. 6, C, Kyra Courneya (Ashton Riner), 25:00. 7, C, Madeline Clawson (Garcia), 45:00. 8, C, Courneya (Riner), 47:00. Shots—G 5, C 18. Saves—G, Bertha Fernandez 8. C, Gloria Gomez 2, Morgan Smith 3 (2nd half).
Kiona-Benton 1, Warden 0: Estefani Brito scored the game’s lone goal in the 32nd minute, helping the Bears to a nonleague win over the Cougars in Benton City.
Kiona-Benton (3-2) will open SCAC play Thursday at Royal.
Scoring—1, K, Estefani Brito, 32:00. Shots—W 6, KB 9. Saves—W, Dani Jolley 8. K, Leandra Ramirez 6.