Sisters shuts out Crook County

staff report / The Bulletin /

Published Sep 4, 2013 at 05:00AM

SISTERS — Jake McAllister, the Sky-Em League’s reigning player of the year, scored three goals and posted two assists Tuesday as Sisters cruised past Crook County 7-0 in both teams’ boys soccer season opener.

The senior midfielder led the Outlaws (1-0) to a 3-0 halftime lead after recording an assist and a goal in the first half.

Junior forward Ethan Stengel gave Sisters its first lead of the game, scoring off an Evan Rickards’ deflection in the fourth minute to put the Outlaws ahead 1-0. Jadon Bachtold and McAllister added scores in the 25th and 35th minutes.

In the second half, McAllister scored twice while Justin Harrer and Trent Marks each added one goal.

“In the first half, we tried to do too much,” Sisters coach Rob Jensen said. “In the second half we made the simple 18-yard cross. We played balls through the middle.”

The Outlaws, who went 12-3 last season, outshot Crook County 35-5 and allowed just one shot on goal.

Sisters is off until Thursday, Sept. 14, when the Outlaws host Henley. The Cowboys are also off for the next eight days before entertaining Redmond’s Central Christian in Prineville.

In other prep events Tuesday:

GIRLS SOCCER

Summit 2, Sherwood 1: SHERWOOD — Hadlie Plummer and Megan Cornette both scored for the Storm in their season opener, a rematch of last year’s Class 5A state championship game. Plummer’s goal came off a penalty kick while Marina Johannesen assisted on Cornette’s score. Summit goalkeeper Rachel Estopare led the Storm defense with six saves.

Cottage Grove 1, Ridgeview 0: COTTAGE GROVE — The Lions scored in the final 90 seconds of the game to knock off the Ravens in the nonleague match. Ridgeview goalie Erica Nadermann posted six saves in the defeat.

BOYS SOCCER

Thurston 7, Redmond 1: REDMOND — Freshman Jerado Herrera scored off an Ernesto Chavez assist to produce the Panthers’ lone goal in both teams’ season opener. The Colts of Springfield raced out to a 4-0 lead before Herrera’s score in the 19th minute put Redmond (0-1) on the board.

VOLLEYBALL

Panthers fall in five

THE DALLES — Despite winning the first two games, Redmond fell to The Dalles Wahtonka in the Panthers’ season-opening match. The Eagle Indians won the nonconference contest 23-25, 21-25, 25-17, 25-15, 15-8. Shelby Bergum paced the Panthers with 13 kills and four aces.

Bulldogs sweep Cobras

HALSEY — Reigning Class 2A state champion Culver rolled past Central Linn 25-14, 25-6, 25-17 in both teams’ Tri-River Conference opener. Shealene Little led the Bulldogs with 14 kills and four aces, Gabrielle Alley added 10 kills and four aces, and Hannah Lewis dished out 25 assists and chipped in three aces of her own.

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