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Wv Girls Continue Softball Domination

SATURDAY, APRIL 19, 1997

Frontier League

West Valley strengthened its hold on first place in Frontier League softball Friday by using the same method that has worked all season.

In a word, domination.

Darcy Sohns won twice and the Eagles (9-0) outhit East Valley 19-10 in an 8-2, 7-1 sweep at EV.

EV (6-2) actually scored more runs during the day than WV has allowed in seven previous games. The Eagles have outscored league rivals 120-5.

Rachiah Boxley’s two-run double during a five-run sixth inning sparked WV in the opener. Jennifer Robinson, Andrea Green and Rachelle Watson tripled during WV’s four-run sixth in the second game.

West Valley 8-7, East Valley 2-1

WV 200 015 0 - 8 9 2

EV 101 000 0 - 2 6 4

Sohns and Robinson; Triplett and Casey. W-Sohns (9-1). L-Triplett (3-1).

HITS: West Valley-Green, Watson, Boxley, McClintock, Robinson, Decker 2, Aquino, Henry. East Valley-Schumacher, Triplett 2, Dacorte, Borgman, Casey. 2B-Triplett, Boxley, Aquino.

WV 002 014 0 - 7 10 1

EV 100 000 0 - 1 4 1

Sohns and Robinson; Triplett, Stookey (6) and Casey. W-Sohns (10-1). L-Triplett (3-2).

HITS: West Valley-Green, Watson 2, Sohns 2, Boxley, McClintock, Robinson 2, Decker. East Valley-Schumacher 2, Musgrave, Stookey. 3B-Green, Watson, Robinson.

Boys soccer

East Valley 2, West Valley 0

The host Knights (8-0-0, 24 points) continue to set the pace in league as Randy Pratt set up one goal and scored another in East Valley’s second 2-0 win this year over the Eagles (4-4-0, 12).

Late in the first half, Pratt took a restart from just inside midfield and delivered a bending pass that Tony Pass converted into his seventh goal. Pratt added a penalty-kick goal after a WV defender pulled down Sean Lanphere in the goal box on a breakaway.

SCORING: First half - 1, Pass (Pratt) 34:00. Second half - 2, Pratt (penalty kick) 76:00.

Shots on goal - West Valley 9, East Valley 12. Saves - WV, Kuntz 5. EV, Escobar 6.

Cheney 4, Medical Lake 1

Nick Reynolds scored his 16th and 17th goals of the season and fed Nate Gosse for another score as the second-place Blackhawks (7-1-0, 21) topped the visiting Cardinals (2-5-1, 7).

Gosse also crossed a pass to Ryan Waller for a header. ML’s Andy John scored his team-high third goal. Cheney beat ML 4-2 earlier in the season.

SCORING: First half - 1, C, Gosse (Reynolds) 19:00. Second half - 2, C, Reynolds (Malisani) 50:00. 3, C, Waller (Gosse) 55:00. 4, ML, John (Bowman 67:00. 5, C, Reynolds 72:00.

Shots on goal - Medical Lake 9, Cheney 17. Saves - Medical Lake, Denman 12. Cheney, Stitt 4, Waters 1.

, DataTimes



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