NWAC EAST UPDATE – September 13

The home sides went unbeaten for a second consecutive matchday across the division as all seven home sides nearly posting a shutout sweep as well. The only visiting sides spoiling a perfect performance were the Blue Mountain ladies, who battled Walla Walla to a scoreless draw and the Treasure Valley men, who tallied twice in a loss at Columbia Basin. Also, among the results were bounce back performances from the Spokane women and North Idaho men, who lost in their openers in the divisional openers.


Wednesday, September 13

Yakima Valley 0-5 Spokane
CCS: Gracie Reidt (pen) 6
CCS: Abbey Jay (Andie Bell) 11
CCS: Gracie Reidt 20
CCS: Shelby Hubble (Avery Fehringer) 45
CCS: Abbey Jay (Reese Walker) 74
CCS: SO – Kami Warden / Lylliana Wise

Treasure Valley 0-11 Columbia Basin
The scoring was all done just over an hour in before mercy fully set in for the visiting Chukars.
CBC: Ava Suarez (Hilda Muniz-Cortes) 11
CBC: Ruby Shroll (Hilda Muniz-Cortes, Mya Lee) 13
CBC: Ava Suarez (Mya Lee) 17
CBC: Shelby Geiger 29
CBC: Sierra Larios (Alejandra Sanchez) 40
CBC: Angelina Keister (Alejandra Sanchez) 43
CBC: Janelly Verduzco (Sierra Larios) 45
CBC: Serenity Lopez (Satori Zimmerman) 50
CBC: Alejandra Sanchez (Satori Zimmerman) 54
CBC: Alejandra Sanchez (Madisyn Joyner) 60
CBC: Rylee McKay 64
CBC: SO – Jayauna Keister / Raquel Palmeira

Blue Mountain 0-0 Walla Walla
The hosts dominated the contest with a 31-12 shots advantage, but Seanee Still made 14 stops to keep the Warriors off the board. The Timberwolves are scoreless through two games but have allowed just one goal.
BMCC: SO – Seanee Still, 14 saves
WW: Viv Ochoa, 6 saves

Wenatchee Valley 0-5 North Idaho
Five different players got on the board for the Cardinals, but Kara Michaelis provided a goal and assist as they built a three-goal advantage before the break.
NIC: Adison Stoddard (Kara Michaelis) 8
NIC: Macie McElhenney 37
NIC: Kara Michaelis (Teresa Ledezma) 42
NIC: Cora Anderson 50
NIC: Solei Elletson 88
NIC: SO – Kaycee Chavez, 4 saves

This Week:
Walla Walla @ Treasure Valley
Columbia Basin @ Blue Mountain
Spokane @ North Idaho
Yakima Valley @ Wenatchee Valley


Wednesday, September 13

Blue Mountain 0-4 Walla Walla
For the second consecutive contest Nathan Alvarado, Ricardo Contreras and Kevin Jimenez contributed to the scoring.
WW: Nathan Alvarado 3
WW: Ricardo Contreras (Danny Franco) 52
WW: Kevin Jimenez 53
WW: Alejandro Cerritos (Por Htoo) 63
WW: SO – Dylan James, 6 saves

Treasure Valley 2-5 Columbia Basin
A goal late in the contest put freshman Jorge Perez onto four divisional goals in the season to lead the team. Carlos Camacho, though, added a goal to his tally to go along with four assists in division play.
CBC: Carlos Camacho (Diego Lopez) 29
CBC: Julian Reyes 42
CBC: Eric Martinez (Carlos Camacho) 56
CBC: Alejandro De La Torre (Jose Napoles) 78
TV: Mathieu Siwatwa (Luis Valiente) 81
CBC: Jorge Perez (Rafael Lucio) 85
TV: Mathieu Siwatwa (Thamini Echesa) 90

Wenatchee Valley 0-3 North Idaho
NIC: Spencer Lords 13
NIC: Tegan Newlan (Isaac Fritts) 75
NIC: Muhammad Diallo 81
NIC: SO – Kael McGowan, 3 saves

This Week:
Walla Walla @ Treasure Valley
Columbia Basin @ Blue Mountain
Spokane @ North Idaho