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Wednesday’s Prep Roundup: Pirates Prevail Over Life Christian in Shootout

By The Chronicle
ADNA — Jordan Swenson made the game-winning goal in a shootout to lift the Pirates to a 3-2 win over Life Christian here in a Central 2B League girls soccer game on Wednesday.
Life Christian scored first, but was matched in the 35th minute on a penalty kick goal from Payton Aselton for a tie game at halftime.
The Eagles once again scored early in the second half to take the lead, but Aselton scored again, this time on a free kick in the 60th minute.
In the shootout, Aselton, Brynn Arrington, Emily Sliva and Olivia Rodriguez all made their shots, along with the first four shooters for Life Christian. The fifth Eagle shooter missed over the top of the net, setting up Swenson for the game winning goal.
“I’m pretty proud of the girls. We practice penalty kicks quite a bit and everyone was on target,” Adna coach Juli Aselton said. “It was a fantastic game, it felt like a playoff game. There were lots of fouls both ways because we were both being aggressive.”
Adna goalkeeper stopped 15 shots in the win.
Adna (6-1, 6-0 league) is back on the field on Monday, traveling to Onalaska for a C2BL match.

Napavine Edges Toledo
NAPAVINE — Lucy Sevilla’s late goal helped Napavine hang on for a 2-1 win over Toledo in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Wednesday.
Napavine’s Sydney Burdick scored the first goal in the 32nd minute for a 1-0 lead at halftime.
Sevilla scored in the 78th minute, on a shot from outside the box lobbed over the goalkeeper’s head and into the goal.
Toledo pressed to tie the game, and Ally Bacon scored in the 80th minute, but the Indians ran out of time.
“’I’m very proud of them. The whole week has gone well, they turned it around from Saturday,” Napavine coach Emiily Boettcher said. “We’re really trying to focus this week and keep up their mentality and fighting through the whole game.”
Napavine (2-6, 2-4 league) travels to face Life Christian on Monday, while Toledo (3-5, 1-5 league) plays at Winlock on Monday in a C2BL contest.

Ocosta Tops Winlock in Shootout
OCOSTA — Winlock and Ocosta couldn’t score a goal in regulation, but Ocosta netted three in the shootout for a 1-0 win over Winlock in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Wednesday.
Winlock goalkeeper Cheleena Squibb stopped a penalty kick in regulation to keep the game scoreless, and made a save in the shootout, but Winlock’s shots in the shootout never found the goal.
“We didn’t have a great game tonight. Ocosta won everything in the air tonight,” Winlock coach Brian Ziese said. “We missed a goal wide open, missed it wide. We had some chances, we just didn’t play very good tonight.”
Winlock (3-4, 2-4 league) hosts Toledo on Monday in a C2BL game.

Boys Tennis
Bearcats Slash Through Black Hills
By The Chronicle
W.F. West won all but one match on Wednesday to earn a 5-1 win over Black Hills in an Evergreen 2A Conference boys tennis match in Chehalis.
W.F. West exchange student Javier Falero played his first match of the season at No. 1 doubles, and earned a win after a forfeit in the third set. No. 2 singles Luke Walters won 6-0, 6-1 over Kyle Linke and No. 3 Cade Cameron won in straight sets over George Wickam, 6-0, 6-0.
The Bearcats’ Cole Nishiyama and Caleb Walters took home a win over Jake Perry and Josh Kukas, 7-5, 6-2. No. 3 doubles pair of Justin Schweisow and Colin Flattery took down Black Hills’ Conleth Jackson and Ryan Coki, 6-2, 6-1.
The lone win for Black Hills came from No. 1 double team Gunnar Nelson and Sam Whipple, defeating Andrew Pak and Luke Schwarz 6-1, 6-3.
“We played much better today. I’ve been pretty happy, we’re really young but the young kids are starting to play better and better. They really showed up today,” W.F. West coach Jack State said.
W.F. West (3-6, 2-3 league) travels to Yelm on Friday for a nonleague makeup match.

At Chehalis
W.F. WEST 5, BLACK HILLS 1
Singles
Javier Falero (WFW) def. Dayton McGuire, 4-6, 6-3, forfeit
Luke Walters (WFW) def. Kyle Linke, 6-0, 6-1
Cade Cameron (WFW) def. George Wickam, 6-0, 6-0
Doubles
Gunnar Nelson/Sam Whipple (BH) def. Andrew Pak/Luke Schwarz, 6-1, 6-3
Cole Nishiyama/Caleb Walters (WFW) def. Jake Perry/Josh Kukas, 7-5, 6-2
Justin Schweisow/Colin Flattery (WFW) def. Conleth Jackson/Ryan Cokl, 6-2, 6-1

2A Boys Golf
Black Hills Swings Past W.F. West
By The Chronicle
TUMWATER — Jaron Howell led the way for the Bearcats with a 47, but it wasn’t enough as Black Hills won 231-245 in an Evergreen 2A League boys golf match here on Wednesday.
Black Hills’ Tyler Cassell earned medalist honors with a 40. Jackson Fenner placed second with a 43 for the Wolves with Howell finishing in third.
The Bearcats’ Wyatt Magnuson shot a 47, and Andrew Kim fired a 50. Bryce Dobyns, Brady Hinds and Jordan Waring all shot a 51 to round out W.F. West.
W.F. West is back on the course on Monday, traveling back to Tumwater Valley to take on Tumwater in an EvCo match.

Centralia Falls to Tumwater
Centralia’s Rudy Voetberg finished in second place, but the Tigers came up short against Tumwater in an Evergreen 2A Conference boys golf match at Riverside Golf Course on Wednesday.
Tumwater’s Chase Fisk led the way with a 42 as the Thunderbirds won 226-259. Voetberg shot a 43 for second place and Tumwater’s Zack Gruginski placed third with a 44.
Centralia’s Brett Wasson shot a 48 and Nolan Rice fired a 52. Luke Lennox carded a 55 and Porter Harris recorded a 61.
Centralia plays next at Grays Harbor Country Club on Monday, facing Aberdeen in an EvCo match.

Lumberjacks Log Fewer Swings Than Rochester
A crowded course and a fit of nerves became the Warriors undoing on Wednesday as they dropped a nonleague match to R.A. Long at Riverside Golf Course by a score of 226-295.
R.A. Long’s Noah Gilchrist’s 41 finished as the match medalist with a score of 45 and four other Lumberjacks shot below 50. Meanwhile, Rochester’s low score was a 55 registered by Ethan Worden.
Rochester coach Kyle Sprague noted that there were four varsity teams playing the course so tee times wound up being stacked one on top of the other and made for a hectic round of warm ups at the driving range. He believes his team wilted a bit under the harried conditions.
“Part of it I think is that we rushed. Guys were thinking that we were under the gun and they just tried to play too fast,” said Sprague. “We should do better than that.”
Sprague said his team was also suffering from a bout of self-inflicted pressure after posting one of their best cumulative rounds of the season at Newaukum Golf Course on Monday in a match versus W.F. West.
“The other thing is some of the guys that I talked to, it was clear that they were putting too much pressure on themselves,” said Sprague. “They figured they were going to come out and keeping shooting lower scores and sometimes it doesn’t work like that. Then you put pressure on yourself and one bad shot becomes two, becomes four, becomes ten. They just couldn’t get out of it.”
After Worden’s 55, the rest of the Rochester effort consisted of a 56 from Marcus Ashton, a 50 from Colton Winters, a 62 from Logan Fry, a 63 form Brayden Norquist and an 83 from Gabe Masias in his first-ever varsity match.
R.A. Long backed up Gilchrist’s pace setting 41 with a 45 from Troy Parrish, a pair of 46s from Easten Haglund and Chandler Lyon, a 48 from Alex Brady and a 52 from Brady Anderson.
Rochester’s match versus Aberdeen that was scheduled for Friday has been postponed due to a conflict with Homecoming and will be rescheduled at a later date. The Warriors will host Black Hills in a 2A Evergreen Conference match on Monday.

At Tumwater Valley
BLACK HILLS 231, W.F. WEST 245
W.F. West (245) — Andrew Kim 50, Jaron Howell 46, Bryce Dobyns 51, Wyatt Magnuson 47, Brady Hinds 51, Jordan Waring 51
Black Hills (231) — Tyler Cassell 40, Carson Hughes 50, Jackson Fenner 43, Lucas Doniguian 49, Riley Peters 49, Tyler Gil 52

At Riverside
CENTRALIA 259, TUMWATER 226
Centralia (259) — Rudy Voetberg 43, Brett Wasson 48, Nolan Rice 52, Luke Lennox 55, Porter Harris 61
Tumwater (226) — Chase Fisk 42, Parker Mercer 47, Zack Gruginski 44, Ty Herron 45, Tyler Thompson 48

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