YCCC prevails in East Region soccer opener

September 11, 2011 by  

YAKIMA, Wash. — Adriana Jones scored twice and Amanda Freisz recorded four saves as Yakima Valley opened East Region play Saturday with a 3-1 victory over Clark on the Yaks soccer field.

YVCC, tied for eighth in last week’s NWAACC rankings, improved to 2-1-1 by rolling after spotting the Penguins a 1-0 lead in the 12th minute.

Jones got Yakima Valley even in the 28th minute, after which Briana Mares put the Yaks ahead in the 30th minute.

Jones tallied the only goal of the second half with an assist from Kathleen Allen.

YVCC continues region play Wednesday at Lane.

First half: 1, Clark, Brittany Wilson, 12:00; 2, YVCC, Adriana Jones, 28:00; 3, YVCC, Briana Mares, 30:00.

Second half: 4, YVCC, Jones (Kathleen Allen), 70:00.

Saves: Marissa Tyler (C) 6; Amanda Freisz (YV) 4.


Santos leads CWU at Apple Ridge

NACHES HEIGHTS, Wash. — Central Washington’s Manuel Santos, a senior from Davis, finished second in the men’s six-kilometer competition Saturday as the Wildcats placed second in the Apple Ridge Run Invitational.

Santos covered the course in 20 minutes, 22 seconds, or seven seconds behind winner Jordan Wolfe of Seattle Pacific. The Falcons took men’s team honors while Western Washington won the women’s team title.


Men 6K, Women 4K

Men’s team results — Seattle Pacific 31, Central Washington 52, Western Washington 63, Lane Community College 68, Skagit Community College 134.

Individual results (top 10, other CWU finishers) — 1, Jordan Wolfe (SPU) 20:15; 2, Manuel Santos (CWU) 20:22; 3, Alex Horton (SPU) 20:33; 4, Cesar Perez (LCC) 20:44; 5, Dustin Sjoerdsma (unattached) 20:50; 6, Tavish Taylor (SPU) 20:50; 7, Ryan Thompson (CWU) 20:50; 8, Daniel Silvey (LCC) 20:59; 9, Turner Wiley (SPU) 21:08; 10, Braden Timpe (WWU) 21:15; 12, Jon Swanson (CWU) 21:18; 15, Nathan Minor (CWU) 21:40; 24, Jacob Phipps (CWU) 22:41; 26, Zach Armstrong (CWU) 22:55; 30, Matt Nodine (CWU) 23:43.

Women’s team results — Western Washington 20, Seattle Pacific 48, Central Washington 68.

Individual results (top 10, other CWU finishers) — 1, Katelyn Steen (WWU) 15:43; 2, Gylany Crossman (LCC) 15:48; 3, Heidi Laabs-Johnson (SPU) 15:59; 4, Erica McElrea (Eastside RC) 16:02; 5, Rachael Johnson (WWU) 16:29; 6, Mikhaila Thornton (WWU) 16:35; 7, Phoebe Hartnett (WWU) 16:42; 8, Rachel Jensen (LCC) 16:46; 9, Jasmine Johnson (SPU) 16:50; 10, Haley O’Connor (WWU) 16:54; 15, Connie Morgan (CWU) 17:31; 18, Ashlee Sincraugh (CWU) 17:84; 21, Ashley Rice (CWU) 18:02; 25, Briana Barton (CWU) 18:38; 26, Rose Cruz (CWU) 18:51; 27, Brienna Petersen (CWU) 18:58; 28, Chelsea Dowdell (CWU) 18:58; 29, Sophie Hummer (CWU) 19:17; 31, Adriana Zazula (CWU) 19:58; 21, Shelby Bodily (CWU) 20:38; 37, Brianna Bofinger (CWU) 22:39.


Wildcats swept at Western

BELLINGHAM, Wash. — Meg Ryan had a double-double of 11 kills and 12 digs, but Central Washington was nonetheless swept by Western Washington in GNAC volleyball play Saturday night, 3-0.

The Vikings won 25-23, 25-11, 25-23.

Carlee Marble totaled 27 assists and Chelsie Vea had 19 digs for CWU (1-1 conference, 6-3 overall). Kelsey Moore had 11 kills for Western (2-0, 4-2).

CWU highlights: Meg Ryan 11 kills, 12 digs; Jordan Offutt 9 kills; Erin Smith 5 kills; Carlee Marble 27 assists; Chelsie Vea 19 digs.

Filed under All, CWU Cross Country, CWU Volleyball, YVCC Soccer

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