Saturday, September 24, 2016

HS DAILY - 9.24.16: G-Prep, Mead & CV grab second wins

The road teams ruled the night, sweeping the second day of play in the Greater Spokane League. Victories from Mead, Gonzaga Prep and Central Valley have the trio atop the table at 2-0 after the first week of play.

GSL ##### 

Gonzaga Prep 5-1 Ferris
Central Valley 3-2 Lewis & Clark
Mead 4-0 Mt Spokane
North Central 1-0 OT Shadle Park
University @ Rogers - no report

Gonzaga Prep jumped to a two-goal lead in just the first three minutes, but Ferris answered in the fifth to make things interesting. The Bullpups   were not finished though and netted three more times in a contest that saw all six goals in the 5-1 G-Prep win come in the opening half.

Chelsea Le was the star of the night for the Bullpups. She found Corynn Vigil in the second minute before scoring herself a minute later. She went on to add another assist on the fourth goal by Trudi Timperman and tallied the final one in the 38th. Ella McKiernan scored third Bullpup goal and Madi VanBrethorst scored the lone Saxons strike.

Central Valley also got off to a good lead away from home against Lewis & Clark with Kailyn LaBrosse scoring her second and third goals in GSL play back-to-back in the 12th and 16th minutes. Maggie Ames pushed the lead to three in the 26th with what proved to be the winning strike as the Tigers made a valiant but brief attempt at a rally. Camryn Gardner scored in the first minute of the second half and Grace Ellis made it a one-goal contest four minutes later, but that was all LC could muster in the 3-2 loss.

Facing their rivals on the road, the Panthers took command early and cruised to a 4-0 victory. Katie Greene got things started in the 11th and capped things with her third goal of the GSL season in the 41st. Olivia Sloan scored the second in the 14th minute on a ball from Kylee Maldonado and Katie Kuka struck in the 32nd. Bri Krygier and Bailey Thompson combined for the shutout.

In the closest contest of the night, rivals North Central and Shadle Park were locked in a scoreless stalemate that was decided with just two minutes remaining in overtime. Sarah Manor made nine saves for the Indians and Hannah Johnson stopped 11 shots at the other end for the Highlanders, but it was the 12th strike that gave NC the 1-0 victory courtesy of Izzy Garcia on a ball from Kaylee Mellgren in the 88th minute that decided the contest.


COMING UP ##### 

Saturday, September 24
CBBN - Davis @ Moses Lake 1:00
Mead @ Coeur d'Alene (NL)
Rogers @ Coeur d'Alene Charter (NL)
Okanagan @ Lakeside (NL)

Tuesday, September 27
GNL - Cheney @ Pullman 4:00
GNL - Clarkston @ West Valley 4:00
NEA - Medical Lake @ Lakeside 4:00
NEA - Deer Park @ Newport 4:00
NEA - Freeman @ Riverside 4:00
CBBN - West Valley @ Eisenhower 7:00
CBBN - Wenatchee @ Moses Lake 7:00
CBBN - Eastmont @ Sunnyside 7:00
MCC - Chiawana @ Kennewick 7:00
MCC - Walla Walla @ Pasco 7:00
MCC - Richland @ Hanford 7:00
MCC - Kamiakin @ Southridge 7:00

Missing Data... If you have scoring / goalkeeping information for the following games, please email to gbarnsoccer-at-gmail or message INWsoccernews on Facebook:  9.6 All MCC games... 9.8 Walla Walla @ Kennewick... 9.13 Southridge @ Richland... 9.13 All CBBN games... 9.15 Eisenhower @ Wenatchee... 9.17 Pasco @ Kennewick... 9.20 Southridge @ Walla Walla... 9.20 Chiawana @ Pasco... 9.20 Eisenhower @ Sunnyside... 9.23 University @ Rogers SCORE and info