Prep roundup: Quincy girls soccer makes it 3 wins in a row

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Quincy 4, East Valley 2

QUINCY — Quincy improved to 2-0 in league play after beating East Valley 4-2.

The Jacks led 3-0 before the Red Devils scored two goals over the final 10 minutes of play.

“We weren’t the energetic team we have been in other games in the first half, but a solid display from keeper (Ryann) Harrington and the defense of (Stephanie) Aguirre, (Shannon) Workinger, (Rebekah) Castro and (Samantha) Schaapman kept them scoreless in the first half,” head coach Francisco Tafoya said.

Tafoya expected an intense game as Quincy edged East Valley for the final district playoff berth last season.

Emily Wurl scored twice and had two assists. Nicole Ortiz gave the Jacks the lead in the 40th minute; Sheridan Donovan also scored in the second half.

“Overall, the girls showed heart and energy in the second half to stay composed and score on the counter,” Tafoya said.

Ephrata 6, Wapato 0

WAPATO — Ephrata had five different players score six goals in a 6-0 rout of Wapato.

Lanni Elliott scored once in each half to lead the Tigers to their second league win.

Elliott lit up the scoreboard in the 11th minute. Her teammates McKenzie Lembcke and Lynette Sanchez followed in the first half. Lembcke was able to score off an assist from Julia Davis.

Elliott opened the second-half scoring with a “beautiful header goal” according to head coach Gary Klepec. Jordan Clark and Summer Cranford added insurance goals late in the second half.

Royal 1, Kiona-Benton 0

BENTON CITY — Lindsey Carrasco’s lone goal was the difference-maker in Royal’s 1-0 win at Kiona-Benton.

Carrasco scored in the 72nd minute of the defensive battle.

Other Basin scores

Selah 7, Othello 0


Moses Lake 3, Davis 0

MOSES LAKE — Senior Alecia Haws erupted for 10 kills and Moses Lake swept Davis 25-22, 25-15, 25-18.

Gabi Rios led the Chiefs with 11 kills.

“Alecia really came on tonight,” head coach Jennifer Gering said. “She has figured out her hitting timing and was a great asset.”

Serina Haneberg dished out 25 assists and added three kills.

“Rina is the glue that holds the team together,” Gering said. “She gives everything she has every set.”

Ephrata 3, Grandview 0

EPHRATA — Ephrata swept Grandview 24-18, 26-24, 25-16.

Madelen Owens recorded a team-high nine kills to go with two blocks.

“We did some really good things we’ve been working on, crossing our hitting patterns, forcing the ball to the middle and using our serve as part of our offense,” head coach Britney MacLeod said. “We also had some really slow points and runs, but we were able to finish strong.”

Kami Shannon added to the Tigers’ attack with eight kills. Lindsay Addink totaled 25 assists.

Other Basin scores

Kiona-Benton d. Royal 25-9, 25-14, 25-15

Wahluke d. Warden 25-17, 25-19, 25-18

Selah 3, Othello 1

Quincy 3, Toppenish 0

Slowpitch softball

Moses Lake 17-19, Davis 0-2

YAKIMA — Moses Lake slowpitch stayed undefeated with a sweep of Davis 17-0 and 19-2.

Hadleigh Cranston pitched a no-hitter and doubled twice in the opener. Sydney Ries went 3-for-4 with a double and triple in Game 2.

Cross country

SCAC #1 at Goldendale

Boys varsity

Team scores: 1. Goldendale 34, 2. Royal 51, 3. College Place 63, 4. Naches Valley 63.

Individual winner: Corbin Riley, Goldendale, 17:52.37.

Top local: 2. Joaquin Meza, Royal, 17:59.56.

Girls varsity

Team scores: 1. Goldendale 24, 2. Royal 48, 3. Naches Valley 77, 4. College Place 81.

Individual winner: Ellie Rising, Goldendale, 20:45.18.

Top local: 5. Sydney Gilbert, Royal, 21:35.64.

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