Playoff wins for Dawgs, C-Falls girls

  WHITEFISH — Up 2-1 with a few minutes left in the first half, the Whitefish Bulldogs were looking for an insurance goal. Goals by Chase Sabin and Riley Arendt provided that cushion and the Bulldogs (13-0) cruised to a 10-2 win over the Stevensville Yellowjackets in a boys Class A soccer first round playoff game at Smith Fields on Saturday. “The boys played great,” Whitefish coach John Lacey said. “We started off with a goal in the second minute with takes the pressure off.” Source: Playoff wins for Dawgs, C-Falls girls Continue reading Playoff wins for Dawgs, C-Falls girls

Corvallis (Montana) Blue Devils a ‘blue collar’ team – Bitterroot Star

The Corvallis boys’ soccer team is a hardworking, “blue collar” team, according to their coach, Tim Hickey. The team has struggled the last three years but this year, they went from ‘”worst to first,” according to Hickey.  “I’ve coached them since they were little, in youth soccer, and so last year, as freshmen, that’s the […] Source: Blue Devils a ‘blue collar’ team – Bitterroot Star Continue reading Corvallis (Montana) Blue Devils a ‘blue collar’ team – Bitterroot Star

Bonners Ferry Badgers (Idaho) continue winning streak in districts

The Badger boys had their last home game, Senior Night, on Oct. 8, then played at Coeur d’Alene Charter on Oct. 11, before moving on to the 3A district playoff tournament at The Fields at Real Life Ministries in Post Falls on Oct. 14. For Senior Night, they faced off against Timberlake High School in the snow, but they didn’t let that slow them down. “It was a great game to honor our seven seniors, Ben Tadlock, Michael Youngwirth, Thomas Rivkin, Carson Spencer, Preston Mcleish, Cody Kerstiens, and Ben Tompkins,” said Badgers coach Brycen Lunger. Source: Badgers continue winning streak … Continue reading Bonners Ferry Badgers (Idaho) continue winning streak in districts

Siuslaw readies for first home soccer game

“I think it’s cool representing your school against teams that have been around for longer than we have,” Hernandez said. “We’re new to soccer at Siuslaw, while these other teams have been around for a while. Right now, we’re going on a 4-0 season. I think we’re doing well and proving to all the other schools that we really do have something special going. I think it’s really neat. I’m really excited for what the future holds for the next couple of seasons.” Source: Siuslaw readies for first home soccer game Continue reading Siuslaw readies for first home soccer game

Taft (Oregon) enters upper echelon of boys soccer

Straight up communication and conditioning. That’s how the Taft 7-12 boys soccer team has been able to become one of the elite teams in all of the state. In the last two contests, the Tigers have outscored their opponents a combined 13-0. And that’s no been par for the course for Taft this season, as they have now scored the most goals of any team, at any level, in the state with 83 goals. Source: Photos: Taft enters upper echelon of boys soccer Continue reading Taft (Oregon) enters upper echelon of boys soccer

Canyonville Academy (Oregon) a mix of international talent

CANYONVILLE — The Canyonville Academy boys soccer team earned its seventh win of the season on a cool, damp Saturday afternoon, shutting out Illinois Valley 4-0 in a Special District5 match. The players on the Pilots’ 2019 roster come from all over the world — Taiwan, Ethiopia, Rwanda, South Korea, Colombia and the United States. Source: Canyonville Academy a mix of international talent Continue reading Canyonville Academy (Oregon) a mix of international talent

Ashland High Grizzlies top Churchill in key MWL showdown

If Ashland was going to lay claim to the Midwestern League boys soccer title, the Grizzlies knew they needed to come out with a top effort Saturday against Churchill at North Mountain Park. Thankfully for head coach Abdiaziz Guled, that’s exactly what he saw on the pitch as his Ashland squad secured a pivotal 2-1 triumph over the visiting Lancers in a MWL race that started the day boasting three of the top five teams in the Class 5A state power rankings. Source: Grizzlies top Churchill in key MWL showdown Continue reading Ashland High Grizzlies top Churchill in key MWL showdown

Corvallis High Spartans stay on top with win over Crescent Valley Raiders

This week always figured to be a pivotal one for the Corvallis High boys soccer team, with two rivalry matches on the slate and a chance to take control of the Mid-Willamette League title race at stake. If the Spartans are feeling any pressure with the season winding down, though, they aren’t showing it. Source: Prep boys soccer: Spartans stay on top with win over Raiders Continue reading Corvallis High Spartans stay on top with win over Crescent Valley Raiders

Pugmire’s free kick sends Bonneville girls to first state soccer tournament since ’08

Someone was certain to reach the girls soccer state tournament for the first time in a long time at Saturday’s 4A District 6 tournament second-place game between Bonneville and Idaho… Source: Pugmire’s free kick sends Bonneville girls to first state soccer tournament since ’08 Continue reading Pugmire’s free kick sends Bonneville girls to first state soccer tournament since ’08

Cle Elum’s Grace Terrill breaks Valley goals record in victory at Naches Valley

NACHES — The best goalscorers don’t need much space to leave their mark on a match. Source: Cle Elum’s Grace Terrill breaks Valley goals record in victory at Naches Valley With a quick turn and another touch to beat a defender, Cle Elum’s Grace Terrill created the opening to do what she’d done so many times before midway through the first half at Naches Valley on Thursday night. A low, right-footed blast snuck inside the near post and gave Terrill her 152nd career goal, more than any other high school soccer player Yakima Valley history. Continue reading Cle Elum’s Grace Terrill breaks Valley goals record in victory at Naches Valley