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College soccer: Community Colleges of Spokane men open season with shutout victory

UPDATED: Thu., Aug. 23, 2018

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Arturo Bahena scored twice Thursday as Community Colleges of Spokane began its men’s soccer regular season with a 4-0 nonconference win over Treasure Valley at Starfire Complex in Tukwila, Washington.

Diego Esquivel added one goal and one assist for the Sasquatch. Christian Bahena had two assists.

Caleb Garbuio made four saves for the shutout.

Women

North Idaho 0, Clackamas 0: The Cardinals outshot the Cougars 15-3 but settled for a tie in their season opener at Starfire Complex.

Clackamas goalkeeper Mackenna McClellan made 12 saves.

NIC’s Riley Klauss hit the crossbar in the first half. Ellory Ferris of the Cardinals hit the left post in the second half.

CC Spokane 2, Lane 2: The Sasquatch scored in the 70th minute to forge a tie with the Titans in another opener at Starfire Complex.

Autumn Straub and Megan Dodson scored in the first half for Lane.

No CCS individual statistics were reported.

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