SISTERS — Jake McAllister recorded three goals and an assist, Justin Harrer and Evan Rickards each logged two goals, and Sisters improved to 2-0 with an 8-0 nonconference boys soccer win against Redmond High.
The Outlaws led 3-0 at the half and added five after the break to seal the victory over the Panthers (0-4).
“I think we just got better shots,” Sisters coach Rob Jensen said. “Conditioning played in. I think we were in better shape, leading to more runs and stuff.”
Keenan O’Hern picked up a goal for the Outlaws, and Colton Manhalter and Gabe Willits were credited with an assist apiece.
In other Thursday action:
Cascade 3, Madras 1: TURNER — After the Cougars recorded the first goal on a corner kick that deflected off a Madras player, the White Buffaloes lost momentum, according to Madras coach Clark Jones. Cascade (1-1) scored again from a penalty kick in the 30th minute of the second half, but the Buffs battled back with a goal from Adreas Escalante; Oved Felix was credited with the assist. “Overall, I guess with preseason, you learn from it,” Jones said. “And we definitely learned some things.”
Ridgeview 12, La Pine 0: REDMOND — Nine players accounted for goals for the Ravens (2-0-1), as Ridgeview cruised by the Hawks (0-2) in nonconference action. Chase Bennett, Malachi Stalberg and Yalexis Brambila led the way for Ridgeview with two goals apiece, while Aaron Zendejas and Ruben Jauregui each recorded two assists.
Umatilla 3, Culver 2: CULVER — Mikey Alonzo logged a pair of goals in the second half, including a score off a Francisco Terrazas assist to erase a 2-0 halftime deficit and bring the Bulldogs even with the Vikings in the 69th minute. In the 75th minute, however, Umatilla broke the tie with a goal to give the Vikings the Class 3A/2A/1A Special District 4 win. Juan Diaz was credited with seven “good saves,” as described by Culver coach Tom Kirk, but the Bulldogs (1-1 SD4, 3-1 overall) were dealt their first loss of the season.
Crook County 9, Central Christian 0: PRINEVILLE — The Cowboys’ roster may be made up of 11 freshmen, but that did not stop them from shutting out Central Christian in their first home game of the season. Thayne Evans led the Cowboys with four goals, while Diego Nuniz and Bryan Martinez had two goals each. The final goal was scored by Victor Villagomez. “We have a young team,” Crook County coach Joel Carillo said, “I’m so happy for how they did.” Drew Roberts, coach of Central Christian (0-2), singled out the play of junior goalkeeper Caleb Roberts, who has never played high school soccer but was aggressive throughout the matchup against the Cowboys, earning “respect points” from the Tigers.
Ridgeview 8, La Pine 0: LA PINE — The Ravens (1-3) erupted for five goals in the second half to break open a 3-0 margin and seal a nonconference win against the Hawks (0-2-1). La Pine’s goalies were its greatest assets, according to Hawks coach Scott Winslow, with Shyann Michael and Kaitlyn Mickel recording six saves apiece. “Our strongest players were our goalies,” Winslow said. “And believe it or not, our defense played really well.”
Sisters 11, Redmond 0: SISTERS — Emily Corrigan and Natalie Ambrose each finished with four goals to lead the Outlaws (2-0) to the nonconference win. Ambrose was also credited with two assists, matching the assist total for Danielle Rudinsky. Cassandra Arruda and Haley Carlson each logged a goal and an assist for Sisters, and Hannah Ceciliani scored to put away the Panthers (0-2-1).
Bend 3, Hood River Valley 0: After a rocky start in the first game, Bend was able to shut the Eagles down, winning its home opener 25-19, 25-8, 25-9 at Bend High. “I think we did great,” Bears coach Kristin Cooper said. “We got rid of those first home game jitters after the first (set).” Callie Kruska had eight kills and three blocks for Bend, Carissa Scott and Molly Warinner had five kills each, and Cassidy Wheeler had five kills and three blocks.
Ridgeview 3, Madras 0: REDMOND — Every win is a good win, Ravens coach Debi Dewey said, and a 25-9, 25-17, 25-11 home sweep of the White Buffaloes gave Ridgeview momentum as it heads into Saturday’s North Marion Tournament in Aurora. Katrina Johnson led the Ravens with 12 kills and two blocks, and Dewey also noted the performance by Kayla Jackson. The senior outside hitter logged 11 kills on 16 attempts, committed zero errors and was a perfect seven of seven from the service line. Rhian Sage was 23 of 24 serving and finished with three aces and seven digs. For Madras, Shelby Mauritson led the way in passing, one of the fundamentals being stressed in the early season by Buffs coach Rhea Cardell. “We actually did pretty well on some of the things we’ve been focusing on as a team,” Cardwell said, adding that she was pleased with her squad’s 91.9 percent serving. Madras opens Tri-Valley Conference play next Thursday at Estacada.
Sisters 3, Summit 1: SISTERS — Isabelle Tara was “on fire,” according to Sisters coach Miki McFadden, as the Outlaw sophomore racked up 24 kills in a 25-27, 25-15, 25-22, 25-20 nonconference win. Savannah Spear finished with 17 digs for Sisters, with Allie Spear adding 11 kills, 10 digs and six aces. Nila Lukens had 13 kills and three aces, and Alex Hartford contributed with 32 assists. Dani Taylor led the Storm with 16 kills, and Emma Dahl logged 11 kills. Jordan Waskom had 37 assists and eight digs for Summit, and Brenna Roy and Mercedes Mingus recorded 11 and 10 digs, respectively.
Cascade 3, La Pine 0: TURNER — The Hawks struggled against Cascade, falling 25-9, 25-4, 25-9. La Pine is 1-2 this season.
Central Christian 3, Mitchell/Spray 2: SPRAY — After winning the first game, Central Christian lost two straight against the Loggers. But Aleksei Palfrey brought the Tigers back with eight straight serves, and Central Christian took the final two sets to win 25-18, 17-25, 21-25, 25-12, 15-5. Alex Spencer had five aces for the Tigers, and Kelsey Stealey had five kills.
Paisley 3, Gilchrist 0: GILCHRIST — The Grizzlies dropped to 0-2 in Mountain Valley League play as the visiting Broncos swept Gilchrist 25-15, 25-19, 25-18. Freshman Molly Bernabe led the Grizzlies with four aces, one kill and one dig.