Weekend roundup: Othello soccer off to 2-0 start
Othello 3, North Central 1
The Huskies opened the season with a 3-1 win over North Central High School at home Thursday. Alonso Cruz, Jose Galban and Anthony Ontiveros scored for Othello.
Othello 5, Shadle Park 0
Othello scored five goals in the first half in the makeup game on Saturday against Shadle Park. Jose Galban scored two and added an assist. Miguel Ramirez scored once and chipped in two assists. Isai Lopez and Adan Morfin each scored as well, putting the Huskies at 2-0 to start the year in the Greater Spokane League.
Quincy 1, Wenatchee 3
Wahluke 6, Chelan 3
Warden 2, Okanogan 4
Ephrata 0, Cashmere 1
Royal 0, Cascade 2
Moses Lake 20, Wenatchee 5 Moses Lake 16, Wenatchee 0
Zane Harden finished with five RBIs to lead the Chiefs in their first win on Saturday against Wenatchee. Seth Olson finished 2-3 from the plate with four RBIs while Leo Cortez finished 2-3 with two RBIs.
The Chiefs held the Panthers scoreless in the second game behind three pitchers, combining for eight strikeouts and just four hits allowed. Asher Lindgren finished 4-5 from the plate with a pair of RBIs. Zane Harden and Seth Olson both homered.
Ephrata 22, Quincy 0
Ephrata 16, Quincy 0
Warden 12, Cashmere 4
Warden 14, Cashmere 3
Royal 24, Wahluke 0
Royal 24, Wahluke 0
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 24, Omak 1
ACH 18, Omak 0
Othello 5, West Valley 14
Othello 0, West Valley 11
Moses Lake 23, Eastmont 0 Moses Lake 14, Eastmont 0
Laurissa Martinez hit three home runs in the opener on Saturday, finishing with eight RBIs on a 4-5 effort. Sidney Ries added five RBIs and a home run, going 2-4. The Chiefs gave up just two hits in the five-inning game.
Brenna Rangel pitched all six innings in the second game for the Chiefs, surrendering six hits with no runs and striking out four. Madi Olson hit two homers, going 4-5 at bat with six RBIs.
Quincy 17, Wahluke 2
Quincy 14, Wahluke 5
Royal 5, Cascade 1
Royal 10, Cascade 0
ACH 10, Okanogan 11
ACH 1, Okanogan 11
Big Bend 78, Treasure Valley 50
Keenan Miller led Big Bend Community College with 23 points and 12 rebounds against Treasure Valley Community College on Friday. Chandler Pincock added 21 points and seven rebounds. Landon Harrington had 12 rebounds and 11 boards.