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Haugen, Bulldogs shut out Riverside

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Senior goalkeeper Ashley Haugen needed to make just two saves to earn her 14th career shutout as Gonzaga’s women’s soccer team knocked off UC Riverside 2-0 in non-conference action Sunday at Martin Field.

Nanda McCormick scored her third goal of the season off an assist from Heather Horn just 45 seconds before halftime to put the Bulldogs (4-2-1) up 1-0.

Jamie Blanche doubled Gonzaga’s lead just 73 seconds after halftime, scoring an unassisted goal, her third of the year.

Gonzaga outshot the Highlanders (4-2-1) 16-4.

•Allison Scurich headed down Anna Miller’s corner kick and Alix Rustrum finished the play to score the game’s only goal in the 74th minute as Washington State (5-2) held off Long Island (3-4) 1-0 at the Oregon State Nike Invitational in Corvallis, Ore.

•Cyeeta Mott scored in the ninth minute before Boise State’s Nicole Coleman equalized in the 13th minute as Eastern Washington (1-6-1) tied the Broncos (4-2-1) at the Soccer Etc. Nike Classic in Boise.

•Jenn Miller made 10 saves, and Whitworth (3-1-1, 2-0) got goals from Ashley Troxel and Sarah Brogden-Thome en route to a 2-0 win over George Fox (2-2, 0-2) in Northwest Conference play in Newberg, Ore.

•Lindsay Winans scored in the 15th and 67th minutes as Montana (2-5-1) beat Idaho (2-5) 2-0 in non-conference action at Guy Wicks Field in Moscow.

Auto racing

Newman Lake’s Kevin Richards used a third-place finish in the Dr. Pepper/7Up 100 at Stateline Speedway to win the 2005 INSSA points championship by just nine points over race-winner Dan Garber.

Richards and Dave Garber battled on the track for second place in the race, with Garber earning runner-up honors, and then off the track during a cool-down period at the finish line with the duo nearly coming to blows before Richards left to celebrate the points title.

Volleyball

Brie Hagerty led a quartet of Huskies in double-figure kills as No. 2 Washington swept No. 6 Hawaii 30-28, 30-20, 30-28 in Honolulu for the second straight night to stretch its season-opening winning streak to nine games.

Hagerty finished with 15 kills, Sanja Tomasevic and Christal Morrison had 13 each and Alesha Deesing added 12 as the Huskies (9-0) held the Rainbow Wahine (5-5) to a .194 hitting percentage.

Hockey

Goalkeeper Todd Meyer made 57 saves to keep the Spokane Braves at bay and lead Grand Forks to a 5-3 win in the Kootenay International Junior Hockey League opener at Planet Ice.

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