Saturday, October 20, 2018

College Notebook 10.20.18 - Eags & Griz Stay Alive in Big Sky Race with Late Goals


Five teams went into Friday's contests looking to grab the final two berths in the Big Sky and four were in contention for the regular season title. The day's results finished with Eastern Washington handing Northern Arizona its first loss, keeping the Eagles in postseason contention and eliminating the Lumberjacks from the title race - a big favor for rival Idaho. Montana also kept its postseason hopes alive with a win at Portland State, the other member of the now three teams left with a shot at those two coveted spots.

HS UPDATE 10.20.18: Controversial Goal Gives Prep 1-0 Win, Second in GSL


On a night when both Mead and University won to make their bids for higher seeds among the 4A sides a possibility, a potential handball on the goal line allowed Gonzaga Prep to get a decisive goal in a defensive contest with Mt Spokane that very well could have gone to penalties.

With the league title already clinched, Central Valley remained unbeaten but certainly not perfect as they dropped a point with a shootout win against North Central in which the two sides were deadlocked until the second half.

Friday, October 19, 2018

INWsn HS Best XI - Week 7: Bears Avoid Upsets Via LaBrosse's Magic Minute


With a perfect record in the Greater Spokane League and a pair of teams right on their heels, the Bears snuck through a tough stretch last week against a pair of opponents that needed victories and avoided potential upsets in a week that saw an example of just that with Mead falling to North Central. Midfielder Kailyn LaBrosse provided key goals in the 44th minute of both contests to remain unbeaten.

HS UPDATE 10.19.18: Cheney Blanks West Valley in GNL Seeding Race


The race for the second seed will go another gameday in the Great Northern League as the Cheney Blackhawks spoiled Senior Day for West Valley with a big 4-0 win in a scoreline that was reflective of how even the game was. Each side had numerous chances, but Cheney's fortune to finish enabled them to leap the Eagles into the second spot in the table at the conclusion of their final game of the regular season. West Valley, however, still has another opportunity to finish second Tuesday when they visit rival East Valley, which has the top seed sewn up.

Freeman's woes made them the first of the trio at the top to fall to anyone in the rest of the league as they were tripped up at home against Colville, though none of games on the night

College Notebook 10.19.18

Here's a recap of the weekend so far this week...

Thursday, October 18, 2018

HS UPDATE 10.18.18: Central Valley Clinches GSL Title


In a showdown for the top spot in the Greater Spokane League, Gonzaga Prep and Central Valley went to the second half before things picked up. The Bears scored twice early in the periods and survived some late drama to clinch the regular season GSL title as they head into the final game Friday against North Central with a perfect record.

NWAC East Tonight 10.17.18: CBC Sweeps NIC; Spokane Gets Four in Walla Walla


The results Wednesday afternoon turned made significant changes in the playoff picture, particularly on the women's side. Columbia Basin's sweep of North Idaho put the men's side into second thanks to a scoreless draw between Walla Walla and Spokane, and the women's side leaped over idle Yakima Valley to jump squarely into the postseason scenarios going into the final two gamedays.

The Spokane women, meanwhile, downed second-place Walla Walla with a 2-0 road win and used CBC's result against division leader NIC to leap back into first after falling from the top spot last week.

Wednesday, October 17, 2018

HS UPDATE 10.17.18: Deer Park Wins NEA; Kamiakin Edges Chiawana


Among Tuesday night's action was a 3-1 win for Deer Park against Freeman that locked up the regular season Northeast A League championship for the Lady Stags. Meanwhile, in the Mid-Columbia Conference the Kamiakin Braves remain perfect with another narrow 1-0 victory against Chiawana.

INWsn College Best XI - Week 9: Hedge & Meraz-Rodriguez Dominate In Wins


West Coast Conference contender Santa Clara kept pace with the other leaders early in the league with a 4-1 win against Saint Mary's on the weekend thanks to a big performance from Kelcie Hedge (Post Falls, ID) and Emilio Meraz-Rodriguez (Pasco, WA) was a superstar for Evergreen State as they posted a stunning 4-0 road win against fellow mid-table side Oregon Tech as the race for the Cascade Collegiate Conference postseason continues.

Tuesday, October 16, 2018

College Notebook 10.16.18

Here's a recap of the weekend action, including Monday's Carroll at Providence doubleheader that was delayed from Saturday due to... SNOW. Yup, it is officially here.

Monday, October 15, 2018

HS UPDATE 10.15.18: Lakeside Edges Freeman in OT; Dramatic Friday in GSL


The second half of the week saw some key contests and results throughout all three of the Spokane-area leagues as the regular season nears a close. Tight contests highlighted the results, including one upset in the GSL as North Central landed a big win over a 4A side that affected the postseason picture going into the final week.

Sunday, October 14, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 10.13.18: NIC Women Grab Top Spot as Spokane Stumbles vs WVC


Fortune favored North Idaho College Saturday afternoon as a second half red card enabled them to snare a key 2-0 home win against Yakima Valley, learning later that a late goal from Wenatchee Valley resulted in a 1-1 draw at former co-leader Spokane to give the Cardinals sole possession of first. Walla Walla also moved past Spokane by a point thanks to their surprisingly narrow 1-0 win against Treasure Valley.

Friday, October 12, 2018

Thursday, October 11, 2018

INWsn HS Best XI - Week 6: Rivalry Night Nets Moravec Weekly Honor


In a week of action that saw scoring spread all around - blowouts excluded - it very well could have been an option of selecting a name out of a hat for Player of the Week, but the one player that stood out a bit was Carolyn Moravec. The senior striker for Lewis & Clark scored both goals for the Tigers as they downed South Hill rival Ferris on a rivalry night around the league that saw many close-fought dramatic contests.

HS UPDATE 10.11.18: Prep Falls at Mead; Deer Park Gets Key Win


Tuesday and Wednesday night's action featured a few marquee match-ups with contenders squaring off in the Greater Spokane League, Northeast A League and Great Northern League. Mead kept themselves in the GSL title race with a win against unbeaten Gonzaga Prep, Deer Park essentially locked up the NEA with a win at Lakeside and East Valley created some space as well in the GNL with a win over rival West Valley.

NWAC East Tonight 10.10.18: Yakima Valley Hands Spokane First Loss In Shocker


Yakima Valley defeated Spokane Wednesday, tightening the race in the NWAC East women's division as all three sides behind them, YVC included, picking up victories to gain ground on the Bigfoot. North Idaho pulled even with the Bigfoot and Walla Walla within a point with road wins.

On the men's side Columbia Basin used a close-fought win against Treasure Valley to jump a spot over North Idaho, which fell in a tight one at Wenatchee Valley.

Tuesday, October 9, 2018

HS UPDATE 10.9.18: West Valley Bests Cheney; NEA Showdowns Up Again

Last Thursday's action was highlighted by West Valley downing GNL leader Cheney to tighten up the top of the table as the postseason approaches.

In the MCC, there were a handful of close contests as well. Southridge rallied to win in overtime against Hanford in a battle of mid-table sides and Walla Walla put forth a goliath effort defensively in going toe-to-toe with Chiawana in a narrow 1-0 loss. The highlight of the night, though, was Hermiston finally picking up its first victory of the season, downing fellow cellar side Pasco in a shootout after a 1-1 stalemate.

This week the top three sides in the Northeast A League once again begin facing one another as they fight for playoff seeding over the final two weeks of the regular season. Deer Park (8-0) visits Lakeside (8-1) today (Tuesday) and Lakeside visits Freeman (7-2) on Thursday. Then next week Freeman is at Deer Park on Tuesday in a match that should settle things barring any stunning upsets as they all face the rest of the league on Thursday.

INWsn College Best XI - Week 8: Defenders Made Presence Known Last Week


In the women's ranks last week defensive play seemed to be the theme of the week as a number of teams won close contests or saw a balanced attack with numbers spread out or defenders playing a role. One such team was Walla Walla CC, which picked up a big win on the road against Yakima Valley College in a battle of contenders for the NWAC East. Defender Victoria Higley not only helped the Warriors blank a YVC side that won their previous meeting, but provided a goal and an assist in the attack to earn the Player of the Week nod.

On the men's side forward Carlos Solorio led Eastern Oregon to a pair of 2-2 draws  on the road against fellow mid-table opponents to remain in good position to make a run for the postseason, sitting sixth for an eight-team tourney. He was involved in both goals in their draw at Evergreen State and on another in their tie at Northwest University.

Sunday, October 7, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 10.6.18: Last-Minute Equalizers Leave Hawks, Knights All Tied Up


It was a pair of dramatic finishes in Wenatchee where the Knights got a last-minute equalizer for a draw in the women's contest versus Columbia Basin, but saw the Hawks return the favor in the men's match with a goal in the 89th to nab a draw.

The men's draw was a bit of fortune for Spokane, which had played to a surprising draw in Treasure Valley Friday that hampered their chase of Walla Walla. Both of the struggling sides from the southeast nearly picked up surprise victories with winless Blue Mountain narrowly falling 1-0 to North Idaho on Friday as well.

Meanwhile, it turned out to be a rough week in Yakima with the Yaks falling at home for the second time this week to a fellow contender. This time it was Walla Walla getting the win, keeping the race very close.

Saturday, October 6, 2018

Thursday, October 4, 2018

HS UPDATE 10.4.18: Close Contests Highlight GSL Rivalry Night


Two of the four classic GSL rivalry showdowns on the night were decided by one goal and a third went to a shootout to determine a winner Wednesday evening as the league played its midway point games. Central Valley edged University 3-2, Mead rallied against Mt Spokane 2-1 and North Central nabbed the tiebreaker against Shadle Park after a 1-1 stalemate. Lewis & Clark also grabbed South Hill bragging rights with a 2-0 win over Ferris.

On Tuesday, MCC juggernaut Kamiakin experienced their first moment of trailing in a match versus mid-table Hanford, which tallied the lone goal of the first half. The Braves, though, ran away with another win to stay perfect in the second half.

Also rallying for a win Tuesday was Cheney, which avoided an upset at Clarkston.

Wednesday, October 3, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 10.3.18: Hawks Upend Yaks; Walla Walla Sweeps Knights


It was a light night across the division on the night with just three games, but there was plenty of drama with the road teams all heading home with wins. Columbia Basin surprised Yakima Valley to hand them their second loss of the season. Meanwhile, Walla Walla swept Wenatchee Valley in a doubleheader. The Warrior ladies used their win to pull even with the Yaks while the men put some space between themselves and the second-place Knights.

INWsn HS Best XI - Week 5: Defender Brielle Schneider Grabs Spotlight for Kamiakin


Playing a second-place Richland, who they narrowly defeated 2-1 in their previous meeting, last Thursday, the Kamiakin Braves kept their record perfect as they kicked off the second half of the season. Defender Brielle Schneider was key in the attack for the first half with the outside back setting up the opening goal just four minutes into the match for early control of the contest. She later unleashed a bomb from about 30 yards out that proved to be the game-winner in the 25th minute, pushing the lead to two at the time. Through that game the Braves had not trailed in a match and Richland's tally in the second half was only the second they allowed in league play.

College Notebook 10.3.18


Here's a recap of the some early midweek action action and other news...

Tuesday, October 2, 2018

INWsn College Best XI - Week 7: Sherle Honored Again As She Reaches MW Peak


At the rate things are going this season, INWsn might as well just leave her on the list for the rest of the season. It was another big week from Raimee Sherle as she scored four of the team's five goals for a pair of Mountain West wins. Despite the opposition knowing what is coming she still finds a way to do it, and two of the goals came on drives in which she came out of the midfield, beating players along the way. The four goals put the junior forward even with Amy Kofoed (Utah 1999-01) for the career goals record among Mountain West players with 41. Her tally of 16 this season is five more than any other player in the Division I right now.

This is the fourth appearance on the list this season for Sherle, who is only the second player in the five years of the INWsn Best XI to earn back-to-back Player of the Week honors. Cassie Black (Eastern Washington) was recognized in weeks four and five in the first year of the site in 2012. Sherle was also honored on the list three times last season, including a PotW nod in Week 9.

On the men's side a pair of Northwest Nazarene players put up excellent performances in a bid for the nod, but sophomore striker Jake Levine had a goal and assist in each win. He set up the game-winning overtime goal on the road against Saint Martin's and helped lead the Knighthawks to a 4-2 road win over MSU Billings.

Monday, October 1, 2018

HS UPDATE 10.1.18: CV, G-Prep Take Lead in GSL


A number of close contests last week left the the Central Valley Bears and Gonzaga Prep Bullpups alone at the top of the Greater Spokane League once the dust settled Friday evening. Mead knocked University from the unbeaten ranks via a shootout Wednesday, but were themselves handed their first loss on Friday by the Bears in a contest that was far more balanced on the field than the scoreboard showed at the final whistle. There were a number of other interesting results Friday as Prep only narrowly got past Shadle Park 1-0, University edged Lewis & Clark in a shootout and Ferris needed a shootout to dispatch North Central.

Down in the Mid-Columbia Conference the results played out much as expected for the week, chief among them being a Kamiakin home win against Richland that put a two-game gap between them at the top of the table.

In a battle at the top of the Great Northern League East Valley darted out to a massive four goal lead against Cheney, but the Blackhawks made thing interesting as the game finished with just one goal deciding it. The Northeast A League, meanwhile, is back in a schedule cycle that has the top three playing and easily posting wins against the rest of the pack.

College Notebook 10.1.18: Weekend Rewind

Here's a recap of the weekend's action...

Sunday, September 30, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 9.29.18: Chukars Sweep Blue Mountain for First Wins


The battle at the bottom saw Treasure Valley travel to Blue Mountain Saturday and pick up their first victories of the season. In other results Yakima Valley moved up to second as they closed out the first half of their schedule and Walla Walla picked up four points at Columbia Basin. The Warrior ladies earned a win to separate the top four further from CBC while the draw in the men's match keeps the competition tight at the top with two points separating the top four.

Thursday, September 27, 2018

INWsn HS Best XI - Week 4: Harvey Honored for Performance Against Rivals


East Valley posted a pair of wins last week to keep their pace as a GNL title contender going, blanking Clarkson and downing rival West Valley in a back-and-forth affair in which her performance helped the Knights pull away from the Eagles for a decisive victory.

College Notebook 9.27.18: WCC Kicks off Thursday

Here's a recap of the midweek action and news...

NWAC East Tonight 9.26.18: Cardinals Take Four Points in Spokane


The North Idaho College men kept themselves in the postseason picture by handing Spokane their second loss in league play while earning their second win, staying within five points of the leading trio at the halfway point. In the earlier match of the doubleheader the Bigfoot ladies were just cursed and could not find the back of the net, at one point hitting both posts on one shot and then the crossbar on another within a three-minute span. The draw, combined with Yakima Valley's win over Blue Mountain keeps things tight at the top of the table at the halfway point.

Wednesday, September 26, 2018

INWsn College Best XI - Week 6: Record-Setting Performance Earns Nod for Sherle


Bridget Daley's hat-trick for Idaho in their conference opener looked like a sure bet for the highlight performance of the week, but then Raimee Sherle netted three goals in 3:11 Sunday for Boise State, recording one of the fastest hat-tricks in NCAA history and setting the program record for goals in just her junior year. INWsn's Player of the Week selection now has a dozen goals on the year through their 10 matches.

Facing two of their regularly toughest opponents Puget Sound and Pacific Lutheran, Drew Williams helped lead Whitworth to a draw and a victory to keep them unbeaten and near the top of the Northwest Conference table early in the season to earn the Player of the Week nod.

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

HS UPDATE 9.24.18: Four Unbeatens as GSL Enters Week 2


With a pair of tough opponents in their first two matchdays, the Lewis & Clark Tigers now find themselves in a big hole early in the season after a pair of tightly-fought one-goal decisions against Gonzaga Prep and Mead in the opening week of play. Mead's 2-1 victory over the Tigers on the Friday keeps them in a foursome of teams that are 2-0 going into the second week of the season that will see Mead play two of the others this week in a clash of leaders.

Monday, September 24, 2018

College Notebook 9.24.18: Boise State's Sherle Hits Jackpot in Vegas


It was a historic day Sunday in Las Vegas as Raimee Sherle set the Mountain West career goals record while leading the Broncos to a win against UNLV. In all, it was a pretty good day for the DI schools from the state with both Idaho and Idaho State also picking up victories as well in Big Sky play.

Here's a recap of the weekend's action...

Sunday, September 23, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 9.22.18: All Tied Up


Ties were the theme of the night. In Spokane and Coeur d'Alene the leading teams of the division all played to scoreless stalemates in women's action. In men's action, a one-goal decision for Spokane and Wenatchee Valley win created a three-way tie on points in the men's table.

Saturday, September 22, 2018

College Notebook 9.22.18: WSU, Boise State & Idaho Open League Play with Wins

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It was a busy Friday around the region with quite a few teams opening up league play in the Big Sky, Mountain West and Pac-12 Conferences. Most came away with quite the celebrations with #14 Washington State topping the Bruins at UCLA, Boise State getting a brace from McKenna Kynett and Idaho enjoying a Bridget Daley hat-trick. Here's a recap of Friday's action...

Friday, September 21, 2018

HS UPDATE 9.21.18: Gonzaga Prep Rallies for Road Win vs LC in GSL Opener


The Greater Spokane League opened with a thriller Wednesday as Gonzaga Prep and Lewis & Clark battled in a contest decided in overtime with a golden goal from Kyah Le. In a battle of the usual 3A contenders Mt Spokane prevailed 2-0 against North Central, and out in the valley both Central Valley and University found themselves trailing early but rallied to big victories.

There were a couple big games on Thursday as well with the valley rivals squaring off in the GNL and another contender showdown in the NEA. East Valley pulled away in the second half of a back-and-forth affair for a 6-3 win over West Valley and Deer Park posted a 2-1 road win at Freeman to remain atop the league as the lone unbeaten.

College Notebook 9.21.18: Nighthawks Men Defeat SPU in GNAC Opener

Quick Round-Up of Thursday's games and news, which included the opening night of league play for the GNAC men.

Thursday, September 20, 2018

INWsn College Best XI - Week 5: Haro & Espinoza Honored


Defender Maddy Haro continues to be the consistent presence for the Cougars. In addition to leading the back line her ability to serve the ball has been a repeated threat for the opposition. In the Cougars' final week of non-league play she set up three goals for a pair of victories that helped push WSU up to #14 in the nation.

At the other end of the pitch, freshman Johan Espinoza played a key role for Wenatchee Valley last week in leading the Knights to a pair of wins in the NWAC East. Despite his team being outshot by visiting Spokane on Wednesday he gave he Knights the win with a pair of goals. Later in the week he scored twice more in leading them to a 3-0 victory at North Idaho College to even out their conference record to 2-2.

College Notebook 9.20.18: Pirates Top Rival Whitman; Four Leagues Set to Begin Play

Quick Round-Up of mid-week games and news...

Wednesday, September 19, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 9.19.18: Spokane Sweeps as NIC, Walla Walla Split


The Spokane ladies moved to 5-0-0 in the division with a comeback win at Columbia Basin, but it was the Bigfoot men with the bigger result as their victory over the previously unbeaten Hawks moved them into the number two spot in the table at 3-1-0. Meanwhile in Walla Walla the Warriors split with North Idaho with the men winning 2-0 after the ladies suffered their worst loss since the end of 2016.

HS UPDATE 9.19.18: Kamiakin Edges Chiawana, Lakeside Clips Freeman


In a pair of title contender showdowns Tuesday evening the Kamiakin Braves and Lakeside Eagles both earned 1-0 victories against Chiawana and Freeman, respectively.

Tuesday, September 18, 2018

INWsn HS Best XI - Week 3: Moore Leads Deer Park Past Lakeside


With the top three sides manhandling the rest of the Northeast A League on the first few gamedays, Thursday's meeting between Lakeside and Deer Park was the first meeting between any of the trio (Freeman the other), which will see them all face one another in the span of a week as the series continues this week.

Monday, September 17, 2018

College Notebook 9.17.18


The opening week of league play for area conferences continued over the weekend. Central Washington posted a big win at MSUB as the GNAC opened play on Saturday and in the Northwest Conference the Whitworth sides both went unbeaten with a 3-0-1 record on the road.  

HS UPDATE 9.17.18: Recap of Saturday's Non-League Slate + Stats Tables


Saturday was an early season break for many of the teams in the area as there were no league games on the schedule. Some, though, took to the pitch for non-league games, including several GSL schools playing final tune-up games in advance of the opening day of league play on Wednesday. Here is a no-frills quick look at the results... plus the first edition of Stats Tables from league play thus far.

Sunday, September 16, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 9.15.18: Bigfoot Women Win Battle of Unbeatens


Two of the top-rated sides in the NWAC squared off in Spokane Saturday evening and the contest finished in favor of the host Sasquatch on a day in which the home teams were successful across the board with the exception of the Wenatchee Valley men winning at North Idaho. Among the home teams performing well were the two Treasure Valley sides as they both posted surprising draws against the visiting Columbia Basin Hawks.

Saturday, September 15, 2018

College Notebook 9.15.18: NWC & CCC Open Up League Play


Quick Round-Up of Friday's games, which included the opening set of games for the Northwest Conference (DIII) and Cascade Collegiate Conference (NAIA). Click school name for links to view recaps from the region's schools...

Friday, September 14, 2018

College Notebook 9.14.18


Quick Round-Up of mid-week games and news...

HS UPDATE 9.14.18: Suns Stun Chiawana; Deer Park Tops Lakeside


Thursday the 13th proved to be a frightful evening for the Chiawana Riverhawks, who were running rampant through the MCC. The 1-2 Southridge Suns grabbed an early lead and held on to eventually claim a shootout victory over the previously unbeaten side.

Meanwhile, much further north in Deer Park the Lady Stags won the first meeting between any of the NEA's trio of unbeatens, breaking open the scoring in the second half en route to a decisive 3-0 victory over Lakeside.

Thursday, September 13, 2018

INWsn College Best XI - Week 4: Carroll's Sheldon Takes Honor in Standout Week


On a list with several choices for the Player of the Week, the two-game performance from Carroll's Lizzie Sheldon against a pair of Northwest Conference foes landed her the nod in a difficult decision that could have just as easily gone to the hat-trick performance of Boise State's Raimee Sherle or the two-game effort by Larkin Russell of Portland.

After returning from a tough trip to Canada with three shutout losses the sophomore got things going for the Saints with all three goals in an overtime contest against Whitman and then scored in another overtime affair as they fell to Whitworth, picked to finish third in their league this year.

On the men's side of things it was Emilio Meraz-Rodriguez (Pasco, WA / Walla Walla CC) earning the nod for Evergreen State for helping lead the Geoducks to a victory against a Whitman side that has been picked to win the Northwest Conference this season.

HS UPDATE 9.13.18: Chiawana, Kamiakin Continue Unbeaten in MCC


The Riverhawks and Braves rolled to two more shutout victories Tuesday evening as they continue their dominance in the Mid-Columbia Conference. Chiawana, facing an unbeaten 2-0 Hanford side, moved to 4-0 with the win and still have yet to allow a goal this season. Kamiakin's defense similarly has dominated play with just one goal allowed is 3-0.

In the GNL Cheney and West Valley both took care of business to move to 2-0 on the season, but the Blackhawks needed overtime to dispatch last-place Pullman. In contrast, there were no such contests in the NEA where the top three - Deer Park, Freeman and Lakeside - yet against rolled to easy wins against the bottom half of the table to all remain 3-0. That will change come Thursday evening though as Deer Park and Lakeside square off in the first meeting amongst any of the contenders.

NWAC East Tonight 9.12.18: Knights Upset Spokane Men to Earn Split


After watching the ladies hold off unbeaten Spokane in a 2-1 loss, the Wenatchee Valley men were able to earn an upset victory against the Bigfoot with a pair of goals late in the game despite being well outshot for the contest.

In the day's other big meeting Yakima Valley kept the loss column empty with a victory over North Idaho to move to 2-0-1 in advance of Saturday's meeting between two of the three unbeaten women's teams.

Wednesday, September 12, 2018

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

INWsn HS Best XI - Week 2: Martinez Guides Bombers to 3-1 Start


A year ago the Richland Bombers finished tied for the top 4A Mid-Columbia spot with a 10-4 record behind freshman duo McKenna Martinez and Ashley Tonthat. Martinez has picked up right where she left off last season and was key in keeping the Bombers on pace with Chiawana in the win column last week. After an easy contest against Kennewick in which she netted a hat-trick, she played a pivotal role on the road against Southridge where they found themselves trailing at halftime. She quickly found Brielle Fillmore two minutes into the second half and in the 61st scored what held as the game-winner.

Monday, September 10, 2018

HS UPDATE 9.10.18: Riverhawks Running Through the MCC


The latest round of Mid-Columbia Conference games on Saturday saw the Chiawana Riverhawks continue their dominance in the league, posting another one-sided shutout result. The other two contests, meanwhile, were close-fought affairs with Hermiston coming up just short of their first win in an overtime loss to Pasco and Richland rallying at Southridge.

College Notebook 9.10.18


Round-Up of weekend games...

Sunday, September 9, 2018

NWAC East Tonight 9.8.18: Walla Walla Rallies for Two Wins


Central Washington was the location of three dramatic contests. Yakima Valley scored late for a draw at Columbia Basin and both Walla Walla sides rallied for victories in the second half, including a wild finish in the men's match that featured two goals in stoppage time.

Saturday, September 8, 2018

College Notebook 9.8.18

Round-Up of work-week games from Tuesday through the busy day on Friday...

NWAC East Tonight 9.7.18: Spokane Sweeps as NIC Drops Points


On the opening day of East play for the four sides in action Friday Spokane picked up a pair of shutout victories against Blue Mountain while on the other side of the border the North Idaho women rallied for a victory against Treasure Valley and the men played to a stalemate.