Brewster soccer upsets Cascade, 1-0

Cashmere edges Tigers on late goal

— Brewster shocked Cascade, 1-0, in a Caribou Trail League boys soccer match Saturday.

Ricardo Garcia scored on an assist from Cristian Talavera around the 30th minute of the first half.

The Bears made the score hold up, although they had three other chances at a goal, coach Ernie Santos said.

“It was a pretty good game,” Santos said. “Their goalie did a good job.

Brewster was to play Chelan yesterday in a game Santos said would show how good the Bears are.

Omak (0-5) is at Brewster (4-0) for a league match April 8.

TONASKET – Cashmere used a late goal to slip past Tonasket, 1-0, in a Caribou Trail League match Saturday.

“It was a tough game, we did not have a rhyme going,” Tonasket coach Jack Goyette said. “We had four games in the last week, so it was a tough week for us.

“To their credit, they played good team soccer and managed to pop one in on us.”

Tonasket dominated play 60 to 65 percent, the coach said.

“I am proud of my guys, they are working hard and I think we can still improve,” Jack Goyette said from Bozeman, Mont., where he’s moving after school is out.

Tonasket (2-2) is at Okanogan (3-2) when league play resumes April 8.

OMAK – Chelan used a barrage of shots to knock off Omak, 11-1, in a Caribou Trail League boys soccer match Saturday.

“We did a great job controlling the game,” Chelan assistant coach Jim Broome said. “We really wanted to focus on our passing, spreading the field, using our outside midfielders and being solid in the defense.”

The Goats finished with 47 shots on goal to 3 for Omak.

Omak (0-5) is at Brewster (4-0) for a league match April 8.

QUINCY – Quincy edged Okanogan, 4-3, in a Caribou Trail League match Saturday.

Scoring was not received.

Tonasket (2-2) is at Okanogan (3-2) on April 8.

BRIDGEPORT — Bridgeport shut out Newport, 4-0, in a non-league match Saturday.

Bridgeport (3-2) is at Liberty Bell (5-0) for a league match April 8.

OMAK – Quincy blasted Omak, 16-0, in a Caribou Trail League match Friday.

Details were not available.

OROVILLE – Oroville bounced back from a thumping a day earlier to take out Newport, 5-2, in a non-league match Friday.

“Since having that half time conversation with the players during the game against Liberty Bell, the players have responded well and beat a very good Newport team,” Oroville coach Mike Pitts said.

The Hornets, with many players sore and tired, were playing a third match in four days.

Abe Capote scored three goals.

Brian Wise and Thomas Elias each had a goal.

“I had to make some position changes since I was missing my two center midfielders,” Pitts said. “I played a 4-5-1, in order to flood the midfield to maintain control and possession. I knew it would sacrifice the offensive attack, but we capitalized on the opportunities and made good choices on when to attack.”

Goalkeeper Robbie Dudley made “pivotal” saves, Pitts said.

First-year player Thomas Elias was brought forward from right defender to right midfielder.

“He had a huge impact on that side of the field creating scoring opportunities,” Pitts said. “I was proud to see the players adjust accordingly and excel after being pulled from their comfort zone.”

Oroville (1-3) returns to action at Liberty Bell (5-0) on April 17.

OROVILLE – Liberty scored eight goals in the first 20 minutes Thursday en route to a 9-0 boys soccer win over Oroville.

“They showed up ready to play and took it to us,” Oroville coach Mike Pitts said. “At the half, I had a very real conversation with my players about Hornets soccer, what it is and what it’s not. Although we didn’t win, I thought my kids played a tremendous second half.”

Bridgeport (3-2) is at Liberty Bell (5-0) on April 8.

OKANOGAN – Okanogan won, 2-1, over Bridgeport following a shootout in a non-league boys match Thursday.

“It was a pretty evenly played match,” Okanogan coach Dean Klepec said.

The Bulldogs goal in regulation was by Jason Perez from Arturo Ramos.

Okanogan goalkeeper Enrique Vargas had 12 saves.

Arnulfo Mercado, Justin Rivas, Ramos and Perez each scored in the shootout.

Okanogan’s fifth shootout kicker did not have to kick because the Bulldogs led 4-3.

TONASKET – Tonasket improved to 2-0 overall after blanking Manson, 5-0, in a non-league match April 27.

“It was good to beat Manson, they beat us pretty bad a year ago,” Tonasket coach Jack Goyette said.


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