Wednesday’s Girls Soccer: Tigers Maul Loggers
By The Chronicle
NAPAVINE — Chloe Stewart scored two goals for Napavine to lead the Tigers to a 4-1 win over Onalaska in a Central 2B League girls soccer match here on Wednesday.
Stewart scored in the third minute for an early Tiger lead. Sydney Burdick added a goal in the 14th minute and Lucy Sevilla scored in the 22nd minute for a 3-0 lead at halftime.
Onalaska got on the board in the 57th minute on a goal from Kiani Oshiro. Stewart scored her second of the night to seal the win for Napavine.
“I think they played great. We talked before, Ony beat us the first game, they knew they had to go out and fight and they did just that,” Napavine coach Emiily Boettcher said. “We’ve been practicing with passing and making runs. They are just connecting in all those things and is resulting in all those goals.”
Napavine (3-7, 3-5 league) travels to Adna on Monday for a C2BL game, while Onalaska (2-7, 1-7 league) hosts Winlock on Monday in a league match.
Adna Takes Down Kalama in Shootout
KALAMA — Adna and Kalama played to a scoreless regulation and overtime, but the Pirates prevailed in a shootout to earn a 1-0 win over Kalama in a Central 2B League girls soccer match here on Wednesday.
Adna’s Payton Aselton, Olivia Rodriguez and Brynn Arrington all made shots in the shootout. Pirate goalkeeper Makaela Meister made two saves in the shootout.
Adna (8-1, 8-0 league) hosts Napavine on Monday in a C2BL match
Squibb’s Effort Not Enough for Winlock
TACOMA — Winlock goalkeeper Cheleena Squibb recorded 48 saves against Life Christian, but the Eagles earned a 3-0 win in a Central 2B League girls soccer game here on Wednesday.
Life Christian scored in the 30th minute for a 1-0 lead at halftime. The Eagles added goals in the 41st and 56th minute to secure the win.
“We actually played better defense, we limited them to harder shots,” Winlock coach Brian Ziese said. “Going from the Toledo game to this one, we played 10 times better. When the refs come up to a player, I think that’s a big statement. Wow, she got to some stuff that most kids couldn’t get to, she had a great game. It was just a magical night for her.”
Winlock (3-6, 2-6 league) is on the road on Monday against Onalaska in a C2BL game.