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Weekend sports roundup: Royal thumps Wenatchee, 54-6

by CASEY MCCARTHY
Staff Writer | March 24, 2021 1:00 AM

Football

Royal 54, Wenatchee 6

Knights quarterback Caleb Christensen finished with 290 yards passing, four touchdowns and no interceptions. Luke and Derek Bergeson combined for 180 yards receiving in the road win on Friday night. Derek Bergeson led the defense with seven total tackles.

Ephrata 22, Chelan 20

The Tigers scored 13 in the fourth quarter to comeback for the win against Chelan over the weekend. Gavin Burns threw for 113 yards and three touchdowns in the win. Kyle Hendrick led the receiving crew with five catches for 50 yards receiving and the score.

Tyler Lybbert scored a touchdown on offense and grabbed an interception on the defensive side for Ephrata.

Other scores:

Moses Lake 13, Eastmont 35

Lind-Ritzville 32, Kettle Falls 6

Warden 6, Okanogan 40

Wahluke 6, Brewster 38

Girls soccer

Othello 1, Pullman 0

Janelly Verduzco scored the winner off an assist from Hailee Guzman on Senior Night for the Huskies.

Royal 4, Liberty Bell 0

Forward Meadow Saenz nabbed the hat trick in the win over Liberty Bell on Saturday for the Knights. Chenoa Louie added the fourth goal, with Blake Jensen and Cynthia Raygoza adding assists in the win.

Wahluke 4, Tonasket 1

Ana Andrade scored three for the Warriors in the win over Tonasket over the weekend. Alondra Lozano added another goal to her tally for Wahluke.

Warden 1, Brewster 0

Arely Rangel put in the game-winner for the Cougars over the weekend and help put an end to a three-game skid for Warden.

Moses Lake 3, Ephrata 1

Moses Lake’s Natalie Bunch scored a pair of goals for the Chiefs with Olivia Waites adding the third as Moses Lake evened the season series with Ephrata at 1-1. Lynette Sanchez picked up an unassisted goal for the Tigers on Saturday.

Volleyball

Warden 3, Wahluke 2

After taking the first set, Wahluke fought back to take a 2-1 advantage on Saturday before the Cougars were able to take the final two sets and match. Warden won the final set, 15-11. Jlynn Rios led the Cougars in digs, Nataly Campos led in assists and Averie Golladay led Warden in solo blocks.

Warden 1, Brewster 3

Warden fell 25-23 in the fourth set, falling just short of forcing a decisive fifth set against Brewster on Saturday. Averie Golladay led the team in solo blocks, Jlynn Rios led in digs, Celety Egia led in aces and Nataly Campos led in assists.

Moses Lake 3, Quincy 1

The Chiefs won the final three sets to take the match against the Jacks on Saturday afternoon. Kallie Randall finished with a team-high nine kills, adding a pair of digs and two aces. Sam Shelton added seven kills. Teagan Wiltbank led the Chiefs with 28 digs.

Moses Lake 0, Chelan 3

Jalyn Valdez-Torres finished with a team-high six digs for the Chiefs, while Sydney Macdonald led Moses Lake with three assists on Saturday.

Ephrata 3, Omak 0

Hayden Mills finished with nine kills and seven digs for the Tigers in the sweep over Omak on Saturday. Addison Mills led Ephrata with 11 kills while Lindsay Addink finished with 31 assists and three blocks.

Ephrata 2, Eastmont 3

Ephrata fell 8-15 in the final set of the five-game match against Eastmont. Halee Moore led the team with 16 digs, while Addison Mills finished with a team-high eight blocks.

Other scores:

Wahluke 3, Brewster 2

Othello 0,

Pullman 3

Royal 0, Lake Roosevelt 3

Royal 0, Manson 3