OMAK – Tonasket shut out Omak, 5-0, in a Caribou Trail League soccer match Sept. 24.
“Tonasket outplayed us,” Omak coach Chris Werner said.
“We went out and played a very sloppy first half and it put us in a hole. Mental mistakes mainly. These are things we can fix.”
Scoring for Tonasket was not received.
In other CTL matches Tuesday, Cashmere edged Cascade, 2-1, and Quincy slipped past Chelan, 3-2.
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, Brewster (2-4 overall, 1-3 league) is at Tonasket (3-1, 2-1) and Okanogan (3-3, 3-2) at Omak (2-3. 1-2).
OKANOGAN – Okanogan ran over Brewster, 7-0, in a league match Sept. 24.
“The kids played very good,” Okanogan coach Dean Klepec said. “We moved the ball around well and set things up to get shots.”
The Bulldogs led 3-0 at the half.
First-half scoring included Alex Jones from Jill Townsend, Jones from Emmy Engle and Janice Romero from Engle.
Second-half scoring included Jones from Aidan O’Connor, Jones from Amber Duke, Cameron Moses from Townsend and Breanna Cox unassisted.
“Our defense did a great job of keeping the ball on its half of the field so we could keep applying offensive pressure,” Klepec said.
Okanogan (3-3 overall, 3-2 league) is at Omak (2-3, 1-2) and Brewster (2-4, 1-3) is at Tonasket (3-1, 2-1) on Tuesday, Oct. 1.
ENTIAT – Bridgeport edged Entiat, 2-1, in a hard-fought, defensive battle Sept. 24.
The game was scoreless in the first half.
Bridgeport’s Yaretzi Martinez broke the ice with a goal off an assist by Karina Perea about midway through the second half.
Entiat tied the match back up five minutes later.
With two minutes left in regulation, Jenny Salazar scored the winning goal on an assist from Ayana Herrejon.
On Tuesday, Oct. 1, Bridgeport (3-1) is at Manson (0-4).
MANSON – Oroville blanked Manson, 3-0, on Sept. 24.
“It was a good win for the girls as they have worked hard to improve their passing game,” Oroville coach Laura Kinman said.
The Hornets led 2-0 at the half following goals by Meagan Moralez on an assist from Kambe Ripley and Yessica Nemecio on an assist from Moralez.
Kaitlyn Grunst worked her way through the defense for an unassisted goal in the second half.
“We started off a bit slow, but later in the half played a more aggressive ball,” Kinman said.
“Our outside midfielders created a good passing game with many assists for shots on goal. With a young team, they are learning their positions and how to play a physical game. “
Oroville (1-3) is at Liberty Bell (3-2) on Tuesday, Oct. 1.