• Uncategorized
  • 0

Monday’s Girls Soccer: Adna’s Aselton Records Hat Trick in Win Over Napavine

By The Chronicle

NAPAVINE — Adna’s Payton Aselton recorded a hat trick to lead the Pirates to a 6-1 win against Napavine in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Monday.

Joey Swenson started the scoring for the Pirates in the 10th minute and Aselton scored her first of the night in the 18th minute. Napavine got on the board in the 20th minute with a goal by Chloe Stewart to cut the lead to 2-1. Aselton scored her second of the night in the 33rd minute to increase the lead back to two goals and Zarine Walker scored in the 38th minute for a 4-1 Adna lead at intermission.

Cierra Swenson scored in the 55th minute and Aselton completed the hat trick in the 56th minute for the final goal of the night.

Napavine goalkeeper Zaylii Orozco made 15 saves.

“Tough loss, first loss in league. I actually was very proud of my girls tonight,” Napavine coach Emily McCarthy said. “It’s almost like we dread playing Adna because they are a really good team. I knew in the first 30 seconds, this game was going to be different. They fought really hard, that was the first goal that we’ve scored on Adna in a couple years. We played tough the whole game, I’m quite proud of them.”

McCarthy noted the Tigers moved Stewart to outside midfield, where she excelled making runs up the line. She also commended goalkeeper Orozco, coming a long way since the start of the season and continuing to get better each game.

Adna coach Juli Aselton echoed the praise for Orozco in net for the Tigers.

“Adna had a lot of great wall passing tonight. I felt like we switched the field well finding the open players,” coach Aselton said. “Props to Napavine’s goalkeeper. She made some good saves tonight.”

Adna (7-2-1, 3-0) hosts Toledo on Wednesday while Napavine (6-5, 2-1) travels to Onalaska on Wednesday in a league game

Kalama Takes Down Winlock

WINLOCK — Kalama scored four first half goals to earn a 5-1 win against Winlock in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Monday.

Kailey Shipley scored for the Chinooks in the fifth minute and Sophie Given recorded a goal in the 17th minute. Shipley tallied another goal in the 22nd minute and Kalama added one more in the 39th minute for a 4-0 lead at halftime.

Winlock broke up the shutout in the 51st minute on a goal by Angela Gil-Munoz before Katrina Roberts scored in the 62nd minute to complete the scoring.

Winlock goalkeeper Kiya Peppers made seven saves in the loss.

“First half, they came at us. They could do a lot, they’re a good team. The second half, we moved some kids around for us,” Winlock coach Kiya Peppers said. “We looked better in the second half. The first half, we had a couple chances on their top team. It was a good game. People got to see the ball get moved around a lot. We did some good things with the ball, just didn’t fall for us tonight.”

Ziese commended the play of Gil-Munoz, moving her to the top of the formation and creating a lot of chances in the second half.

Winlock (1-6-2, 0-3) hosts Ocosta on Wednesday in a league game.

Toledo Defeats Life Christian

TACOMA — Toledo scored four goals in the first half in a 6-1 win against Life Christian in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Monday.

Maryssa Peters scored two goals in the first half with an assist by Jazzy Zarate on one of the goals. Marina Smith scored a goal with an assist by Grace Tauscher and Rose Dillon added an unassisted goal for the 4-0 lead at intermission.

Smith scored her second of the game in the 50th minute on an assist by Peters and Dillon completed the scoring in the 55th minute.

Toledo fired 20 shots, 12 of which were on target. Kaylee Viegel had five saves in the win for the Indians.

Toledo (7-3, 2-1) travels to Adna on Wednesday for a league contest.

Onalaska Blanks Ilwaco

ONALASKA — Onalaska scored four goals in the first half and that was more than enough in a 7-0 win against Ilwaco in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Monday.

The Loggers’ Savannah Gifford scored in the 8th minute and Brooklyn Sandridge scored in the 16th minute. Jules Auman, an eighth grader, scored in the 33rd and 38th minutes for a 4-0 lead at intermission.

Rebecca Griel scored in the 44th minute and Sandridge added her second of the game in the 46th minute. Griel added another goal in the 53rd minute for the final tally of the game.

Onalaska (6-2-1, 2-1) hosts Napavine on Wednesday.

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *