Cillay’s brace wins day
Maddie Cillay netted the winner in the 76th minute to give the visiting Pullman Greyhounds a 2-1 Great Northern League soccer victory over the Clarkston Bantams on Thursday.
Cillay scored Pullman’s first goal in the 44th minute, but Brook Morrow equalized for Clarkston 20 minutes later.
West Valley 2, East Valley 0: The host Eagles shut out the Knights behind goals from Morgan Williams and Halie Groenthal.
Cheney 4, Colville 0: The Blackhawks blanked the Indians on the strength of a hat trick from junior Kendyl Cone, who scored two of the goals in a 3-minute span. Sarah Fix added the other goal for Cheney.
Lake City 7, Lewiston 0: Freshman Havanna Johnson had a hat trick and Courtny Hanson also added a brace to help the Timberwolves thump the Bengals. Lewiston keeper Chloe Kirk had 15 saves but couldn’t keep the Timberwolves’ attack at bay.
Pullman 3, Clarkston 0: Rachel Dinsmoore led the Greyhounds with five aces and 38 digs in a 29-27, 25-19, 25-17 victory over the host Bantams. Tori Zeimantz had nine kills and three aces for Clarkston.
Cheney 3, Colville 0: Ashley Seiler led notched 16 kills as the Blackhawks deafeated the visiting Indians 25-21, 25-19, 25-19. Aubrey Buckner led Colville with 11 kills and six digs.
Lake City 3, Coeur d’Alene 0: The Timberwolves defeated the host Vikings 25-20, 25-22, 25-23 as Natalie Taylor led the way with 13 kills and seven digs. Sydney Williams led the Vikings in kills, aces and blocks.
Bonners Ferry 3, Timberlake 1: Mallory Stippich had three aces and 22 digs as the Badgers defeated the Tigers 22-25, 25-14, 26-24, 25-21 at Spirit Lake. Shea Dretke had four kills and three blocks for host Timberlake.
Lake City 2, Lewiston 1: The Timberwolves defeated the host Bengals behind Ryan Swallow’s goal 6 minutes into stoppage time from Parker Noordam’s long throw-in.
Lewiston scored first on a penalty kick, but the Timberwolves came out in the second half and put the Bengals away on goals from Cade Murphree and Swallow.
Kyle Dolly scored two first-period goals, including the eventual winner with 29 seconds left in the period, and the host Grand Forks (B.C.) Border Bruins defeated the Spokane Braves 5-2 in a KIJHL season opener for both teams.
Tyler Wilkerson scored first for the Braves and Justin Loepker scored later in the period to tie the game at 2-all.