WENATCHEE -- Eastmont handed Pasco its first loss of the season 3-1 on Saturday in CBBN 3A soccer action in Wenatchee.
Ivan Marmaejo scored in the seventh and 78th minutes to lead the Wildcats to the upset.
Pasco's Peter Titechko scored the lone goal for his side, while Gustavo Eragoza made three saves in goal.
Scoring--1, Eastmont, Ivan Marmaejo (Carlos Cardenas), 7th; 2, Jesus Abrego, 58th; 3, Pasco, Peter Titechko (Abner Chichas), 75th; 4, Eastmont, Ivan Marmaejo, 78th.Shots--Pasco 6, Eastmont 8. Saves--Pasco, Gustavo Eragoza 3. Eastmont, Daniel Romero 1.
Sunnyside 3, Kamiakin 1
Jesus Gudino and Sergio Licona scored first-half goals, and Sunnyside held on for the CBBN 3A road win over Kamiakin at Lampson Stadium.
Clay Burns cut the lead to 2-1 off an assist from Gil Guizar in the 35th minute, but Oswaldo Lopez scored an insurance goal for the Grizzlies eight minutes later.
"I felt we possessed the ball for 65 of the 80 minutes. We just didn't put the ball in the back of the net," said Braves coach Jeff Bennett. "We played much closer to the realm of where we are capable of playing. If we can get the guys to keep playing like we did today, we'll have a different outlook on the season."
Scoring--1, S, Jesus Gudino (Fernando Palma), 15:00; 2, S, Sergio Licona (Alfredo Gomez), 22:00; 3, K, Clay Burns (Gil Guizar), 35:00; 4, S, Oswaldo Lopez (Isaac Meza), 43:00. Shots--S 6, K 12. Saves--SS, Eddie Garza 6. K, Shad Harp 4.
Southridge 2, Kennewick 0
Southridge goalkeeper Jovanny Rodriguez made two saves behind a stalwart defense that held Kennewick to just two shots in the Suns' CBBN 3A home win at Lampson Stadium.
Southridge's back four of Connor Cravens, Bill Landefeld, Connor Mertens and Josh Mendoza are a big reason the Suns recorded their third straight shutout.
"Both teams defended well and limited everything that the other team was trying to do offensively," said Southridge coach Chip Elfering.
The Suns held Lions all-league forward Paul Martinez in check, limiting them to only a handful of touches and no real chances on goal.
"Our defense is playing well. Most of (Kennewick's) chances were people coming up and supporting the play," Elfering said. "Both shots came from midfielders."
Scoring--1, S, Jake Zoulek (Jovanny Rodriguez), 9:00; 2, 2, S, Keaton Hale (PK), 34:00. Shots--K 2, S 6. Saves--K, Jared Gower 4. S, Jovanny Rodriguez 2.
Chiawana 1, Davis 0 (SO)
Javier Peralta had eight saves in regulation and Ariel Gonzalez notched a save during the shootout as Chiawana survived a CBBN 4A contest against Davis in Yakima.
The Riverhawks outshot the Pirates 4-2 in the shootout.
Shootout goals (C 4, D 2)--Chiawana, Rene Solorio, Alex Acevedo, Jairo Gonzalez, Frankie Mosqueda. Davis, Jorge Sanchez, Alexio Garcia. Shots--C 10, D 13. Saves--C, Javier Peralta 8, Ariel Gonzalez 1 save in SO. D, Alexes Garcia 6 in reg. 1 in SO.
Richland 1, Moses Lake 0
Eric Thomas scored in the 75th minute on an assist from Perry McNamar and Nash Yamauchi held fast the duration of the contest to notch five saves as Richland shut out host Moses Lake in a CBBN 4A meeting at Lions Field.
"An important road win for us," Bombers coach Octavio Dovalle said.
Scoring--1, R, Eric Thomas (Perry McNamar) 75:00. Shots--R 18, ML 7. Saves--R, Nash Yamauchi 5. ML, Luis Villa 10.
Kiona-Benton 1, Naches Valley 0
Tony Guizar controlled a rebound, fought through three defenders and punched home the game's only goal in the 34th minute, giving host Kiona-Benton its first SCAC win of the year.
"He made some pretty good moves up front. He took on their defenders and ripped a shot into the far post," said Bears coach Marty Martinez. "Every guy wanted to play hard today. We played more as a team than we have all season."
Scoring--1, KB, Tony Guizar, 34:00. Shots--NV 7, KB 13. Saves--NV, Jeffrey Barbee 6. KB, Zachary Metcalf 4.
Wahluke 2, Royal 1 (2OT)
Christian Guerrero scored on an assist from Alex Ramirez but it wasn't enough as Wahluke edged Royal in a nonleague game decided in double overtime.
Scoring--1, W, Own goal 63:37; 2, R, Guerrero (Ramirez) 71:00; 3, W, Heriberto Mendoza 91:44. Shots--R 7, W 13. Saves--R, Lupe Arceo 4. W, Cesar Tlatelpa 3.