Prep roundup: Quincy rallies twice, outlasts Prosser in PKs

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Quincy 3, Prosser 2

QUINCY — Quincy clinched a district tournament berth after beating Prosser in penalties 3-2.

“Helps raise confidence to come back twice during the game,” head coach Francisco Tafoya said. “We played hard and raised our game to find those tying goals and take it to OT and PKs.”

After falling behind 1-0 in the first half, Klaritssa Cruz scored in the 35th minute off an assist from Brianna Herrera. However, Prosser (2-6, 5-9) would score three minutes later and take a 2-1 lead into halftime.

Cruz scored again in the 67th minute, converting a pass from Emily Wurl. Wurl was in goal during the shootout as the Mustangs missed their final three attempts.

With losses to Ephrata and Othello, and a win against East Valley, it appears the Jacks (4-4, 6-8-1) are locked into the No. 5 district seed. Quincy closes the regular season at Toppenish on Thursday.

Othello 2, Grandview 1

GRANDVIEW — Hailee Guzman scored twice and Othello (6-2, 10-5) defeated Grandview (3-5, 4-8) 2-1.

Janelly Verduzco assisted on Guzman’s second goal with a through ball. The win helped Othello stay in the No. 3 spot for districts. The Huskies will have an opportunity to move into second with a win against Ellensburg in the regular-season finale.

Selah 2, Ephrata 0

SELAH — Ephrata was unable to upset league-leading Selah and lost 2-0.

Isabelle Moultray and Ashlynn Morford scored for the Vikings (8-0, 14-1) in the first half. The Tigers struggled against the wind in the second half and could not generate offense to contend with the league leaders.

Ephrata (5-3, 8-7) can still move into third with a win against Prosser and an Othello loss to Ellensburg on Thursday.

Kiona-Benton 2, Warden 1

WARDEN — Warden dropped into a tie for third place in the South Central Athletic Conference East after losing to Kiona-Benton (5-5, 7-7) 2-1.

Aaliyah Escamilla scored the Cougars’ (7-3, 8-4-2) lone goal.

Other Basin scores

Royal 7, Mabton 0

Connell 3, Warden 0 (Monday)


Wenatchee 3, Moses Lake 2

WENATCHEE — Moses Lake had a 2-1 lead on the road, but could not close out Wenatchee (9-1, 10-2) and lost in five sets 21-25, 25-13, 21-25, 25-18, 15-12.

Gabi Rios totaled 13 kills, one ace and one block. Serina Haneberg had 28 assists, four kills and two aces for the Chiefs (3-6, 4-6).

Kiona-Benton 3, Warden 0

WARDEN — League leader Kiona-Benton swept Warden 25-8, 25-7, 25-16.

“Ki-Be played at a faster pace offensively tonight,” head coach Dennis Treat said.

Freshmen Celety Egia and Brooke Gibbons added four digs and two digs and an assist, respectively.

Colfax 3, Lind-Ritzville/Sprague 0

RITZVILLE — Lind-Ritzville/Sprague lost its second consecutive match after being swept by Colfax (10-1) 25-10, 25-15, 25-14.

Eliza Galbreath had five kills, two blocks and one ace to lead the Broncos (7-5, 9-7).

Other Basin scores

Wahluke d. River View 25-10, 25-18, 25-18.

Othello 3, Toppenish 0

Ellensburg 3, Ephrata 0

Selah 3, Quincy 0

Cross country

CBBN meet at Moses Lake


Team scores: 1. Eisenhower 38, 2. West Valley 43, 3. Wenatchee 73, 4. Eastmont 104, 5. Moses lake 105, 6. Sunnyside 165, 7. Davis 204.

Individual winner: Jonas Price, Eisenhower, 15:19.32. Top local: 8. Nicholas Elliot, Moses Lake, 17:07.80.


Team scores: 1. Eisenhower 36, 2. West Valley 68, 3. Wenatchee 69, 4. Moses Lake 92, 5. Eastmont 105, 6. Davis 141, 7. Sunnyside 201.

Individual winner: Lilly Fetzer, West Valley, 19:36.31. Top local: 8. Mikayla Cooper, Moses Lake, 20:16.52.

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