Local report: YVCC wins to end regular season

November 6, 2011 by  

ONTARIO, Ore. — Jumping on Treasure Valley with two quick goals, Yakima Valley’s women’s soccer team completed its regular season in triumphant fashion Saturday with a 3-1 victory in East Region play.

The Yaks, who had already secured an NWAACC playoff berth, finished 10-5-0 in the region and 12-6-1 overall despite an unusually high number of injuries. The playoffs start Wednesday with YVCC visiting Green River (11-4-4) for a first-round match..

Stephani Hagberg got YVCC started with an unassisted goal in the second minute, after which Katy Allen scored off an assist from Michelle Galvan two minutes later.

Elizabeth Figueroa, with an assist from Grecia Carrillo, made it 3-0 in the 17th minute and Amanda Freisz recorded five saves.

First half: 1, YVCC, Stephani Hagberg, 2:00; 2, YVCC, Katy Allen (Michelle Galvan), 4:00; 3, YVCC, Elizabeth Figueroa (Grecia Carrillo), 17:00; 4, TVCC, Elisha Casper (TVCC), 22:00.

Second half: No scoring.

Saves: Amanda Freisz (YVCC) 5; Meghan Schramm (TVCC) 7, Stephanie Peck (TVCC) 3.

CWU ends season with loss

SEATTLE — Central Washington got on the board first against powerful Seattle Pacific on Saturday, but the Wildcats nonetheless ended their women’s soccer season with a 4-2 loss to the Falcons.

Kelsy Villegas and Carson McKole scored for the Wildcats, who finished 8-4-2 in conference play and 9-5-4 overall.

First half: 1, CWU, Kelsy Villegas (Hadli Farrand), 3:08; 2, SPU, Riley Dopps (Megan Lindsay), 36:24; 3, SPU, Lindsay (Kelsey Jenkins), 36:45; 4, CWU, Carson McKole (Serena Tomaso, Amy Pate), 40:19.

Second half: 5, SPU, Jenkins, 71:25; 6, SPU, Jenkins (Lindsay), 81:08.

Saves: Kayla Lipston (CWU) 2, Kori Butterfield (CWU) 5; Brooke Yokers (SPU) 2.


Central falls in 5 to Seawolves

ANCHORAGE, Alaska — Jordan Offutt put down 21 kills as Central Washington extended powerful Alaska Anchorage to the limit in their GNAC volleyball match Saturday night, but the Seawolves prevailed 3-2.

Selah’s Erin Smith added 12 kills and five digs as CWU fell 25-21, 22-25, 25-22, 21-25, 15-11.

Central (7-9 conference, 13-11 overall) hosts Western Washington on Thursday night. Anchorage improved to 13-3 and 17-7.

CWU highlights: Jordan Offutt 21 kills; Erin Smith 12 kills, 5 digs; Meg Ryan 12 digs; Kaely Kight 23 digs; Marcy Hjellum 17 digs.


Santos paces CWU at regionals

SPOKANE, Wash. — Davis graduate Manuel Santos was Central Washington’s top finisher Saturday in the NCAA Division II West Regional cross country championships held at Plantes Ferry Park.

Santos, a senior, placed 31st in the 10K men’s competition, clocking 32 minutes, 21 seconds.

The CWU men were 12th while the women finished 21st. Alaska Anchorage won both team titles.


Saturday at Plantes Ferry Park, Spokane

Men’s team scores (top 5, CWU): 1, Alaska Anchorage 37; 2, Chico State 39; 3, Western Oregon 126; 3, Western Washington 128; 4, Northwest Nazarene 200; 5, San Francisco State 210; 12, Central Washington 320.

Individual results (top 5, CWU finishers, 10K): 1, Micah Chelimo (UAA) 30:19; 2, Isaac Chavez (CSU) 30:20; 3, Barak Watson (NNU) 30:23; 4, Alfred Kangogo (UAA) 30:52; 5, Connor Kasler (WOU) 30:58; 31, Manuel Santos (CWU) 32:21; 37, Nathan Minor (CWU) 32:37; 72, Nathan Power (CWU) 33:48; 83, Ryan Thompson (CWU) 34:02; 98, Jacob Phipps (CWU) 35:22; 103, Ryan Loutsis (CWU) 35:48; 105, Jon Swanson (CWU) 36:12.

Women’s team scores (top 5, CWU): 1, Alaska Anchorage 27; 2, Chico State 65; 3, Western Washington 147; 4, Alaska Fairbanks 163; 5, Cal Poly Pomona 171; 21, Central Washington 549.

Individual results (top 5, CWU finishers, 6K): 1, Ruth Keino (UAA) 20:51; 2, Bridget Berg (HSU) 21:18; 3, Miriam Kipngeno (UAA) 21:25; 4, Ivy Oguinn (UAA) 21:28; 5, Alia Gray (CSU) 21:37; 85, Connie Morgan (CWU) 23:59; 91, Ashlee Sincraugh (CWU) 24:03; 116, Chelsea Dowdell (CWU) 24:34; 120, Taylor Kartes (CWU) 24:42; 137, Rose Cruze (CWU) 25:14; 152, Briana Barton (CWU) 26:18; 157, Ashley Rice (CWU) 27:04.


YVCC bows at home to Highline

YAKIMA, Wash. — Yakima Valley got two pins and a final-match rout in its wrestling match with Highline on Saturday, but nonetheless fell to the Thunderbirds 30-16 in Sherar Gym.

Travis Addy (157 pounds) and Jose Martinez (184) both recorded pins while Konner Hopkins was a 12-2 winner in the day’s final match.

Josh and Steven Romero, both from Sunnyside, were victorious for Highline.

YVCC will compete today in the Mike Clock Open at Pacific University in Forest Grove, Ore.

149: Josh Romero (H) p. Chris Pena, 2:18; 157: Travis Addy (Y) p. Zeke Nistrain, 6:32; 165: Micah Morrell (H) d. Levi Duvall, 2-1; 174: Tyler Story (H) p. Mikey Ayala, 4:15; 184: Jose Martinez (Y) p. Lucas Huyber, 0:58; 197: Anthony Whitmarsh (H) d. Chris Burnett, 5-2; Hvy: Michael Henry (H) d. Ricky Carter, 5-1; 125: Steven Romero (H) p. Jesse O’Camb, 4:48; 133: Sam Ottow (H) d. Nathan Brown, 9-2; 141: Konner Hopkins (Y) d. Kevin Rampp, 12-2.

Late Friday


Entiat        0 0 0 0 — 0
Kittitas     14 13 6 7 — 40

Kit — Ty Poole 11 run (Devon Lowe kick)

Kit — Poole 5 run (Lowe kick)

Kit — Poole 75 pass from Chance Forman (kick failed)

Kit — Poole 37 run (Lowe kick)

Kit — Poole 5 run (kick failed)

Kit — Jon Hignite 8 run (Lowe kick)


RUSHING — Poole 14-177, Joe Hignite 4-15, Lowe 6-38, Chance Kidder 4-16, Jon Hignite 1-8.

PASSING — Forman 1-2-0-75.

RECEIVING — Poole 1-75.

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