MADRAS — Madras scored four goals in the first 22 minutes of its boys nonconference soccer match against Redmond on Thursday, eventually beating the visiting Panthers 10-2.
“We really played as a team,” White Buffaloes coach Clark Jones said. “My players have responded well and have a high commitment level.”
Oved Felix and Mario Urieta led Madras, which took a 5-1 lead into halftime, with two goals each. Bryan Renteria, Andreas Escalante, Sean Leriche, Florencio Aguilar and Joseph Clica all scored once.
Redmond’s Juan Daniel Lopez scored in the first half for the Panthers and Reed Johnson added a goal in the final minutes of the game.
“Madras looked good, they moved the ball well,” Redmond coach Ansel Evans said. “We were a little outskilled.”
In other prep events Thursday:
Ridgeview 2, Mazama 1: KLAMATH FALLS — Raul Segoviano scored on a penalty kick in the first half and Chase Bennett added the game-winning goal with four minutes left in the second half to lead the Ravens (1-0-1) to their first victory of the season.
Culver 10, La Pine 1: CULVER — Freshman Mikey Alonzo scored six goals and Isaias Gutierrez added three to lead Culver to a nonleague home victory over La Pine in the season opener for both teams. Carlos Martinez also scored for the Class 3A/2A/1A Bulldogs (1-0), who led 6-0 before Sam Wieber scored with an assist from Adam Ramirez to get the 4A Hawks (0-1) on the scoreboard. Alonzo booted in his fourth goal just before halftime to give the hosts a 7-1 edge at the break. Francisco Terrasas had two assists for Culver and Jario Portillo and Martinez had one apiece.
Mazama 5, Ridgeview 1: REDMOND — The Vikings from Klamath Falls led 4-0 before the Ravens scored their only goal of the game, a free kick from Anna Palacios. Mazama, which was the Class 4A state runner-up last year, led Ridgeview (0-2) 3-0 at halftime.
Ridgeview 3, Mazama 0: REDMOND — The Ravens cruised in their home opener, sweeping the nonleague contest 25-15, 25-18, 25-18. Rhian Sage led the charge for Ridgeview, going 15 of 15 from the service line with one ace. The Ravens’ senior setter added 21 assists and five kills. Katie Nurge recorded 18 digs for Ridgeview, which as a team was successful on 96 percent of its serves.
La Pine 3, Chiloquin 0: LA PINE — The Hawks notched a convincing home victory in their first match of the season, sweeping the Class 2A Panthers 25-18, 25-12, 25-6. La Pine scored the final nine points of the first game to win the opener, then rolled to wins in the second and third games. Maddie Fisher booked six service aces and Mkenzie Conard had five aces to go with four kills to pace 4A La Pine (1-0). Bailey Wood also had four kills for the Hawks, who committed only two serve-receive errors in the entire match.
Cascade 3, Madras 1: TURNER — Shelby Mauritson posted a team-high 20 kills and Alexis Urbach added 13 kills and 3 1⁄2 blocks, but the White Buffaloes still came up short, 25-19, 18-25, 25-23, 25-14, against the Cougars. Elle Renault contributed 31 assists in the defeat.
Culver 3, Kennedy 0: CULVER — Shealene Little recorded 16 kills as the Bulldogs swept the Trojans to improve to 2-0 in Tri-River Conference play. Culver won the league match 25-18, 25-9, 25-17.
South Wasco County 3, Trinity Lutheran 2: MAUPIN — After dropping the first two games of the nonleague match, the Saints of Bend rallied to win the next two before ultimately falling in the fifth set. The Redsides won the match 26-24, 25-23, 14-25, 24-26, 15-9. Katie Murphy paced Trinity’s offense, ending the night with a team-high 17 kills. Rachel Spencer recorded 13 digs and Taylor McCabe posted eight aces. As a team, the Saints totaled an impressive 28 aces against South Wasco County.
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Madras 12, Bend 7: MADRAS — The White Buffaloes’ defense carried them to victory, said Madras coach Bobby DeRoest, who highlighted the play of Cade Boston and Brandon Hunt. Sam Ainsworth led the Lava Bears, scoring three goals for Bend in the defeat.
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Madras 14, Bend 9: MADRAS — The host White Buffaloes pulled off the victory despite eight goals from the Lava Bears’ Madeleine Busby.