Maddy Boyd had a goal and an assist and Mt. Spokane stayed perfect in Greater Spokane League girls soccer with a 4-0 win over Lewis and Clark Friday at Mt. Spokane.
The win was the Wildcats’ seventh straight.
Whitney Weaver, Ashley Sanders and Sarah Parada also scored for Mt. Spokane.
Wildcats keeper Megan Nilsson stopped all 10 of Lewis and Clark’s shots.
Mt. Spokane (11-2, 7-0) has two more regular-season matches, against Mead and Gonzaga Prep, both at home.
Lewis and Clark fell to 8-4 overall and 4-3 in the GSL. The Tigers, too, have two remaining home matches in the regular season.
Mead 2, University 1: Katie Greene broke a 1-all tie with a goal in the 69th minute and the Panthers (8-5, 5-2) rallied to beat the visiting Titans (8-3, 4-3).
Kelsey Walker got University on the board first with an unassisted goal in the 31st minute.
Mead responded in the second half as Alex Chambers knotted the contest at 1 in the 55th minute before Greene’s match-winner.
Claire Neder assisted on both of Mead’s goals.
Gonzaga Prep 2, Shadle Park 0: Tayler Drynan had a goal and an assist and the Bullpups (7-4, 4-3) blanked the visiting Highlanders (4-7, 2-5).
Laura Stockton opened the scoring for Gonzaga Prep in the 11th minute and Drynan made it 2-0 with her 36th-minute goal.
The Bullpups held a commanding 21-5 advantage in shots.
Shadle Park keeper Emily Keenan kept the Highlanders in it with 12 saves.
Ferris 7, North Central 0: Caitlin Prothe had a first-half hat trick and the Saxons (8-4, 3-4) beat the Indians (1-9, 0-7) at Merkel Athletic Complex.
Serrena Farzana and McKenna Cutler also had first-half goals and Sydney Clements and Alexis Murphy scored in the second half.
Ferris, which won its second straight following a four-game skid, held a 15-2 advantage in shots.
Sarina Horn had a match-high 15 kills and Emily Rector added 26 digs and four aces as Shadle Park (3-6, 2-4) defeated Rogers (1-9, 0-6) in a Greater Spokane League contest at Shadle Park. Scores were 21-25, 27-25, 25-19 and 25-22.
The Highlanders’ Josie Walser dished out 39 assists.
Kabao Xiong tallied a match-high 29 digs for Rogers.
The win was Shadle Park’s second in its past three matches after starting the season 1-5.
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