High School Soccer

Johnson does it all in Suns' shootout win

KENNEWICK -- Heather Johnson did a little bit of everything Tuesday for the Southridge girls soccer team.

Johnson scored two goals in regulation, added the game-winner in the shootout and played goalie during the shootout, leading the Suns to a 6-5 shootout win at Hanford in CBBN 3A action.

"It was a wild game," Hanford assistant coach Glen Ledgerwood said. "It was a fun game to watch, though we weren't expecting anything like that.

"We got the lead, and Southridge did a good job of not giving up and coming back and winning it. Hats off to them."

Hanford (3-1 league) took a 5-3 lead on a Bailey Ruby goal in the 68th minute, but Southridge rallied with a goal out of a scrum and the tying goal from Shelby Zimmerman in the 87th.

Scoring--1, Southridge, Heather Johnson (Eryn Wallace), 5:00; 2, Hanford, Cari Exarhos (Jessi Frey), 10:00; 3, Hanford, Bret Baysinger (Haille Heid), 16:00; 4, Southridge, Johnson (Randi Andreatta), 19:00; 5, Hanford, Heather Baddley (Hannah Duffy), 32:00; 6, Southridge, Johnson, 48:00; 7, Hanford, Baysinger (Bailey Ruby), 49:00; 8, Hanford, Ruby (Coco Gall), 68:00; 9, Southridge, unknown, 70:00; 10, Southridge, Shelby Zimmerman, 87:00. Shootout goals (Southridge 4, Hanford 2)--Southridge, Katherine Tsoukalas, Emma Sanders, Erin Wallace, Johnson. Hanford, Exarhos, Deanna Quadrel. Shots--Southridge 11, Hanford 11. Saves--Southridge, Alexa Adams, 5; Hanford, Emily Busselman, 4.

WEST VALLEY 11, KENNEWICK 0

Kelsey Dolquist and Lindsay Burns each had a hat trick to help the Rams defeat the host Lions in CBBN 3A play.

"They have great speed right down the middle, and they're able to control the ball well, and they took advantage of it," Kennewick coach Matt Kessie said.

Megan Young made eight saves for the Lions.

Scoring--1, WV, Sadee Kallis, 9:00. 2, WV, Kelsey Dolquist, 17:00. 3, WV, Lindsay Burns, 21:00. 4, WV, Abby Gaulke, 30:00. 5, WV, Kallis, 35:00. 6, WV, Jaden Gjestrum, 45:00. 7, WV, Dolquist, 50:00. 8, WV, Sandy Hanses, 54:00. 9, WV, Dolquist, 60:00. 10, WV, Burns, 71:00. 11, WV, Burns, 72:00. Shots--WV 26, K 2. Saves--WV, Rozlyn Pratt 1. K, Megan Young 8, Gabby Garcia 13, Caroline Widgren 2.

Pasco 3, Sunnyside 1

Abby Buckenberger, Megan Zimmerman and Sydney Virgen scored for Pasco (1-3) and the Bulldogs' Carrie Nolan had two saves in a CBBN 3A win over host Sunnyside (0-4).

Scoring--1, S, Susana Arreola (Vianca Madrigal) 23:00; 2, P, Abby Buckenberger 38:00; 3, P, Megan Zimmerman 60:00; 4, P, Sydney Virgen 79:00. Shots--P 15, S 9. Saves--P, Carrie Nolan 2. S, Escobar 9.

Kamiakin 3, Eastmont 2

Ellie Heiden scored what proved to be the game-winning goal in the 42nd minute on an assist from Chandra Stevenson, breaking a 2-2 tie and providing Kamiakin a leg up for the remainder of a CBBN 3A game against Eastmont in East Wenatchee.

"I thought for a road trip the team played well," said Kamiakin coach Chris Erikson, who credited Brianna Turley and Macy Brannan with providing a "pretty strong play" in the backfield.

The Braves' Sydnee Grant had six saves against eight Wildcats shots, and Eastmont goalie Casey King had 12 saves on 15 Kamiakin shots.

Scoring--1, Kam, Kristyn Bohlander (Kyra Brannan) 6:00; 2, Kam, K. Brannan (Megan Beauchene) 24:00; 3, East, Rebecca Tarbert 26:00; 4, East, Lindsay Martin 31:00; 5, Kam, Ellie Heiden (Chandra Stevenson) 42:00. Shots--Kam 15, East 8. Saves--Kam, Sydnee Grant 6. East, Casey King 12.

Wenatchee 2, Chiawana 1

Lexi Miller scored in the 62nd minute, but it was not enough for the Riverhawks to overcome a two-goal halftime deficit in a CBBN 4A road loss.

Wenatchee (2-2 league) jumped on top with a Chiawana own goal in the 11th minute.

Shelby English (4 saves) and Martha Robles (2) split time in goal for the Riverhawks (2-2).

Scoring--1, Wenatchee, own goal, 11:00; 2, Wenatchee, Olivia Kesterson, 35:00; 3, Lexi Miller (Alyssa Conger), 62:00. Shots--Chiawana 6, Wenatchee 6. Saves--Chiawana, Martha Robles, 2; Shelby English, 4. Wenatchee, Megan Wade, 6.

Prosser 8, Grandview 2

Madison Moore scored five goals and Helen Petersen added three goals and an assist as the Mustangs rolled to the nonleague road victory.

Scoring--1, Prosser, Helen Petersen, PK, 20:00; 2, Prosser, Petersen, 27:00; 3, Prosser, Madison Moore (McKenzie Forsyth), 35:00; 4, Prosser, Moore (Petersen), 38:00; 5, Prosser, Moore, 40:00; 6, Prosser, Petersen (Toni Adams), 42:00; 7, Prosser, Moore, 44:00; 8, Grandview, Wendy Magana (Oryian Matheny), 51:00; 9, Grandview, Karissa Trinidad (Marissa Caballero), 62:00; 10, Prosser, Moore, 65:00. Shots--Prosser 14, Grandview 6. Saves--Prosser, Amy White, 4; Grandview, Jamila Shafer, 6.

Kiona-Benton 4, Royal 0

Kiona-Benton's Blake Hirschi had two saves on the day, and it was all that was needed to record a shut out as the Bears enjoyed a nonleague victory at home against Royal.

Scoring--1, KB, Taylor Brown 23:00; 2, KB, Bailey Schroeder (Jordan Kelly) 45:00; 3, KB, Sabrina Acevedo (Brown) 51:00; 4, KB, Kayla Gifford (Brittany Vickerman) 79:00. Shots--R 2, KB 20. Saves--R, Stefhany Guadarrama 13. KB, Blake Hirschi 2.

Connell 2, Highland 0

Marcie Hawkins scored twice for Connell and Gloria Gomez had five saves as host Connell shut out Highland.

Scoring--1, C, Marcie Hawkins (Beatrice Martinez) 39:00; 2, C, Hawkins (Kyra Courneya) 51:00. Shots--H 7, C 14. Saves--H, Reyna Perez 12. C, Gloria Gomez 5.

Wahluke 2, Cle Elum-Roslyn 1

Sujely Ruiz had four saves for Wahluke in a nonleague edging of host Cle Elum-Roslyn.

Scoring--1, CER, Brooklyn Burchak (PK) 32:00; 2, Wah, Sonia Vazquez (Patty Hernandez) 34:00; 3, Wah, Own goal 72:00. Shots--Wah 8, CER 6. Saves--Wah, Sujely Ruiz 4. CER, Tashia Mosley 4.

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