East Valley 3, West Valley 2 (OT): Kaitlyn Harvey scored in the first minute of overtime and the Knights (11-1-0-0) edged the visiting Eagles (7-5-0-0) to complete league play.
Harvey opened the scoring in the 11th minute. Chloe Gellhaus assisted on both Harvey goals.
East Valley will host the district tile game on Oct. 30. West Valley hosts Clarkston in the first round of the District 7 2A tournament on Thursday.
Pullman 2, Clarkston 0: Senior Brooke Whitehead scored her first career goal and the Greyhounds (1-11-0-1) blanked the Bantams (4-8-3-0).
Pullman snapped an 11-game losing streak against Clarkston. Jocelyn Gross made five saves in the shutout and Elise French started the scoring in the 26th minute.
Pullman travels to Cheney in a first-round district matchup on Thursday.
East Valley 3, West Valley 0: Kiara Brandvold had 12 kills with six assists and the Knights (8-4) topped the visiting Eagles (0-12) in straight sets (25-14, 25-20, 25-19).
Pullman 3, Clarkston 0: Mikayla Uhlenkott had 14 kills with two blocks and the Greyhounds (11-1) downed the visiting Bantams (7-5) in straight sets (25-11, 27-25, 25-16).
University 3, Mt. Spokane 2: Alyssa Benthagen homered and hit a walk-off single in the eighth inning and the top-seeded Titans (22-0) edged the second-seeded Wildcats (17-5) in the GSL slowpitch championship.
Both teams qualified for the state tournament on Saturday in Richland.
Kassidy Hammell pitched a complete game and also scored the winning run for University, which will enter Saturday’s State 4A tournament in Richland as the GSL’s top seed.
Sydney Wiyrick went 3 for 4 and drove in both runs for Mt. Spokane.
Central Valley 11, Lewis and Clark 2: Grace Stumbough went 3 for 4 with a home run, scored three runs and drove in four and the visiting sixth-seeded Bears (12-9) eliminated the fifth-seeded Tigers (11-10) in the GSL slowpitch third-place game.
Central Valley claimed the GSL’s third seed to the state tournament. Jordan Williams and Amaryce Hernandez added homers for the Bears.
Darby Rickel led Lewis and Clark with three hits.
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