MATTAWA — Aubree Skone continued her scoring blitz with four more goals and Warden beat Wahluke 5-1.
Skone put the Cougars ahead within the first minute off an assist from Aaliyah Escamilla. Bailey Whitney and Skone scored in the fourth and fifth minute, respectively, to extend the margin.
“It was a very physical game,” head coach Hannah Mohs said. “Our defense stepped it up and covered each other, which allowed Wahluke not many chances to score.”
Skone completed her hat trick in the 18th minute and scored her fourth in the 69th.
First half — 1, W, Skone (Escamilla), 1:00. 2, W, Whitney (Escamilla), 4:00. 3, W, Skone (Grace Richins), 5:00. 4, W, Skone, 18:00.
Second half — 5, Wah, Jessica Macias, 57:00. 6, W, Skone, 69:00.
Othello 2, Wapato 1
OTHELLO — Othello rallied from a 1-0 deficit to beat Wapato 2-1.
Cynthia Torres scored on a free kick to put the Wolves ahead in the 17th minute. The Huskies evened the score in the 20th when Rilee Heist played a through ball to Ebany Guzman who scored on a shot to the opposite side of the goal.
Othello could not get past Wapato goalie Bianca Gonzalez — who finished with 10 saves — in the second half.
Eventually, Kylie Ashton put a move on a defender and crossed the ball to freshman Gracie Sorenson who scored the game-winning goal from two yards out with about 10 minutes to play.
First half — 1, W, Torres, 17:00. 2, O, Guzman (Heist), 20:00
Second half — 3, O, Sorenson (Ashton), 70:00
Ellensburg 5, Quincy 0
ELLENSBURG — Quincy fell on the road to Ellensburg 5-0.
The Jacks trailed 4-0 at halftime.
Othello 3, East Valley 1
YAKIMA — Othello picked up a road win at East Valley 13-25, 25-19, 25-22, 25-22.
Macy Hampton totaled six kills and 31 assists.
Mykiah Hollenbeck recorded a team-high 10 kills in addition to 13 digs.
Ephrata 3, Quincy 0
EPHRATA — Ephrata swept league rival Quincy 25-20, 25-13, 25-15.
Morgan Kleyn led the Jacks with six kills and 21 digs.
Almira/Coulee-Hartline 3, Odessa 0
COULEE CITY — Ashley Mitchell and nine kills and Almira/Coulee-Hartline beat Odessa in straight sets 25-4, 25-11, 25-10.
Christa Christopherson added five aces and 15 assists.