Summit boys soccer rolls to 4-1 victory over North Salem

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Published Sep 11, 2013 at 05:00AM / Updated Nov 19, 2013 at 12:31AM

SALEM — Alex Bowlin finished with a pair of goals and an assist to lead Summit to its first boys soccer win of the season Tuesday, a 4-1 decision over Class 6A North Salem.

Bowlin put the Storm (1-1-1) on the board in the 12th minute with an assist from Alec Fefferman, which was followed 16 minutes later by a Tanner Abbott goal off a corner kick from Eli Warmenhoven to give Summit a 2-0 halftime lead.

Early in the second half, Bowlin found Conor Galvin for the Storm’s third score before Galvin returned the favor with an assist to Bowlin.

North Salem (1-2) scored in the 74th minute, but it was too little, too late, as Summit sealed the nonconference victory.

In other Tuesday action:

GIRLS SOCCER

Stayton 8, La Pine 0: STAYTON — The Hawks stayed with the Eagles for the first 20 minutes, according to La Pine coach Scott Winslow, but after Stayton’s first goal, Winslow said “it took the air out of us.” The Eagles (1-0) consistently beat La Pine (0-1-1) to the ball and showed more anticipation than the Hawks, Winslow said, en route to the Class 4A nonconference win. Katie Mickel logged two saves in the first half for La Pine, and Shyann Michael was credited with eight saves after the intermission.

Ridgeview 2, Madras 2: REDMOND — The Ravens struggled against the White Buffaloes in the first half when Madras’ Alicia Farias scored the first goal in the 13th minute. Early in the second half, Bailey Simmons put Ridgeview (0-2-1) on the board, but Marisela Sanchez gave Madras (0-0-2) the lead in the 64th minute on a penalty kick. The Ravens were able to salvage a draw when Hailey Williamson scored on an assist from Damiris Estrada.

BOYS SOCCER

Bend 2, Grants Pass 2: GRANTS PASS — The Lava Bears came out strong in the first half against Grants Pass with a 13th-minute goal by Scott Bracci, who also had an unassisted goal after stealing the ball away from the Cavemen. In the 32nd minute, Camden Stoddard also had an unassisted goal to put Bend (0-1-2) up 2-0 at the half. Grants Pass (0-1-3) came back 22 minutes into the second half with a goal from a corner kick and followed it with another score thanks to a penalty kick, forcing the nonconference draw.

Culver 9, Madras JV 3: CULVER — Mikey Alonzo scored two goals in each half and Francisco Terrazas was credited with three assists, leading the host Bulldogs to their third victory in as many matches. Ryan Allen added two goals, and Jairo Padilla, Carlos Martinez and Isaias Gutierrez scored one goal apiece for Culver (3-0). The Bulldogs led 4-1 at halftime, then broke it open early in the second half on consecutive header goals by Allen and Martinez, both assisted by Terrazas.

VOLLEYBALL

West Linn 3, Bend 2: WEST LINN — The visiting Lava Bears came out strong against West Linn, taking the first game 25-16. But the Lions answered by winning the next two sets 25-11, 25-20. Bend forced a fifth game with a 29-27 decision in the fourth set, but West Linn earned the nonconference win with a 15-9 count in the deciding game. Amanda Todd led Bend with 10 kills, 12 digs and two aces, and Callie Kruska had nine kills and six blocks. Carissa Scott tallied eight kills and two aces, while Cassidy Wheeler totaled nine kills and 15 digs.

Ridgeview 3, Redmond 0: REDMOND — Led by a solid effort by senior Rhian Sage, Ridgeview (2-0) took a 25-7, 25-16, 25-11 nonleague victory over crosstown rival Redmond. Sage was 19 of 21 serving with nine aces, while also recording four kills and 20 assists for the visiting Ravens. Junior Katrina Johnson had 10 kills, and senior Kayla Jackson added five for Ridgeview.

Cowgirls take two in three-team event

PRINEVILLE — Crook County topped Banks 23-25, 25-11, 25-17, 25-19 before besting Madras 25-13, 22-25, 25-20, 25-17 in a three-team nonconference event in the Cowgirls’ home gym. Hannah Troutman posted a match-high 20 kills against Banks to pace Crook County. Jennifer Roth paced the Cowgirls against Madras, going 19 for 19 with four aces from the service line.

Burns 3, La Pine 0: LA PINE — The Hawks were competitive but fell to the Hilanders 25-20, 25-23, 25-19 in the nonconfefence tilt. Maddie Fisher led La Pine with five kills and 12 digs and Morgan Sage added 11 digs of her own, but the Hawks could not overcome 18 service errors.

Culver 3, Western Mennonite 0: CULVER — Culver dominated the court against Western Mennonite, winning the Class 2A Tri-River Conference matchup 25-9, 25-10, 25-9. “I was really proud of them for playing consistent volleyball,” Bulldogs coach Randi Viggiano said. Culver had 24 kills with junior Shealene Little recording 14. Sophomores Kaylee Aldrich and Emma Hoke had five aces each, senior Gabrielle Alley had six digs and Jazmin Ruiz added four. Hannah Lewis recorded 20 assists for the Bulldogs, and Culver totaled 19 aces.

Trinity Lutheran 3, Central Christian 0: The Saints swept Central Christian in a nonleague matchup, winning 25-21, 25-16, 25-21. Katie Murphy had 14 kills to lead Trinity Lutheran, which recorded a 90 percent serving success rate. Allison Jorge had 18 assists for the Saints.

Gilchrist 3, Mitchell/Spray 0: GILCHRIST — In their home opener, the Grizzlies dispatched the Loggers 25-22, 25-18, 25-15 in the nonleague matchup. Sydney Longbotham led Gilchrist with five aces, three kills and one assist, with Molly Bernabe adding three aces and Madison Bean accumulating eight assists.