October 2, 1995 in Sports

Oregon State’s Late Goal Enough To Down Gonzaga

 

The Oregon State men’s soccer team used a strong second-half effort to beat the Gonzaga Bulldogs 1-0 Sunday in Corvallis, Ore.

After an evenly played first half that ended in a scoreless tie, the Beavers (5-3-2) completely dominated the second period, outshooting the Bulldogs (1-5-1) 7-1.

After several missed opportunities, Dominick Conti finally gave Oregon State the lead, beating Bulldogs goalkeeper David Lesser from 8 yards away.

The Washington State women’s soccer team suffered its third straight shutout during a 1-0 non-conference loss to host San Francisco (7-2-1).

The Cougars (2-7-1) have lost four 1-0 decisions this fall.

Playfair

Big City Lights, a quick, 3-year-old invader from Canada, upset his elders at Playfair Race Course by sprinting to victory in the $7,050 Turbulator Handicap.

Big City Lights, ridden by Gina Berry, surged past pacesetting Che Meza, last year’s sprint champion, in the final 150 yards to win by a length.

College golf

Montana took a three-stroke lead over host Eastern Washington in the EWU Fall Invitational women’s golf tournament, which concludes today.

Jenny Chappell of Montana led individual scoring with an 83, one stroke ahead of EWU’s Jamie Long. Idaho’s Brenda Hall was next at 85, with EWU’s Julie Gish shooting an 88 for the fourth-best round. Rain forced a change of venue from Indian Canyon to The Creek at Qualchan.

, DataTimes


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