Cascade defeats OH in soccer showdown

Associated Press

OAK HARBOR – Cascade’s Stephanie Brencic scored her second goal of the game just 30 seconds after Oak Harbor tied the score to give the Bruins a 2-1 Western Conference North Division girls soccer victory Saturday.

“It was a well-fought game by both teams,” Oak Harbor coach Gretchen Talmadge said. “We were lacking a couple of our key players, but the girls really hung in there.”

With the victory, Cascade improves to 8-0-0 to keep sole possession of first place in the Wesco North. Oak Harbor drops to 5-3-0, and remains in a second-place tie with Snohomish.

Trailing 1-0, Oak Harbor’s Katy Nydum tied the score on a breakaway goal 15 minutes into the second half.

Less than a minute later, Brencic took a cross from teammate Stefanie Baynes and sent a shot into the corner past Oak Harbor goalkeeper Devon Shulock to give the Bruins a 2-1 edge.

“She (Shulock) did an absolute great job in goal,” Talmadge said. “She made at least seven awesome saves.”

Monroe 2, Lake Stevens 2: In a physical game, Melissa Clark of Lake Stevens knocked home the tying goal in the 64th minute.

Erin Nissen of Lake Stevens opened the scoring in the ninth minute to give the Vikings the early lead. Monroe’s Shaelynn Brown knotted the score 24 minutes later. Ashley Nelson gave Monroe the short-lived lead with a goal in the 62nd minute.

Goals-Monroe: Brown, Nelson. Lake Stevens: Nissen, Clark. Goalkeepers-Monroe: Fish. Lake Stevens: Todd. Records-Monroe 4-4-1 in league, 4-4-1 overall. Lake Stevens 5-3-1, 5-3-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 5, Stanwood 2: Nicole Cotroneo scored back-to-back goals midway through the first half to lead M-P to its fourth victory.

At Stanwood H.S.

Goals-M-P: Cotroneo 2, Nemra, Jensen, Hopp, Stanwood: Stokes, Kintner. Goalkeepers-M-P: Smith. Stanwood: Brown. Records-M-P 4-4 in league, 4-4 overall. Stanwood 2-7, 2-7.

Vancouver College 33, Sultan 6: Despite Drew Davison’s 102 yards on 16 carries and 50 yards on six receptions, Sultan suffered its fourth loss of the season in a non-conference game at Vancouver College. The Turks managed 231 all-purpose yards.

Sultan held its only lead of the game when Cliff French took a 24-yard pass from David Repnik into the end zone to open an early 6-0 lead for the Turks.







Vancouver College






Sultan-French 24 pass from Repnik (run failed)

Vancouver College-Wasieland 19 pass from Jager (Smith Kick)

Vancouver College-Ferguson 14 run (kick failed)

Vancouver College-Jager 87 kick-off return (Smith kick)

Vancouver College- Wasieland 43 pass from Jager (Smith Kick)

Vancouver College-Woron 23 blocked punt return (kick failed)

Records-Sultan 0-3 league, 0-4 overall.

Lynden Christian 46, Lakewood 0: Lynden Christian (3-0, 4-0) exploited four Lakewood turnovers in the game’s final 24 minutes, which led to a 33-point second half in Friday’s 46-0 victory over Lakewood (2-2, 2-2).

Ryan Petronella and Brent Berendsen each scored two touchdowns in the first half to give Lynden Christian a 13-0 half time advantage. Berendsen finished the night with a game-high 175 yards on 20 carries. Lynden Christian outgained Lakewood 342-58 in total yards.







Lynden Christian






LC-Petronellla 1 run (Bosman kick)

LC-Petronella 1 run (kick fail)

LC-Berendesen 52 run (run fail

LC-Berendesen 8 run (Bosman kick)

LC-Bosman 7 pass from (Holleman)

LC-Blair 8 run (Bosman kick)

LC-Van Derpol 2 run (kick fail)

Records-LW 2-2 in league, 2-2 overall. LC 3-0, 4-0.

Everett 94, Lynden 76: Kristin Crawford won two individual events and was on two winning relays to lead Everett to the non-league victory Friday.

200 medley relay-Everett (Carpenter, Sutherland, Engalls, Crawford) 2:11.45; 200 freestyle-Sutherland (E) 1:08.92; 200 individual medley-Catrina (L) 2:42.78; 50 freestyle-Crawford (E) 28:73; 100 butterfly-Sutherland (E) 1:07.22; 100 freestyle-Crawford (E) 1:04.17; 500 freestyle-Rothbaurer (L) 6:18.52; 200 freestyle relay-Lynden (Jackson, Pallock, Catrina, Dewalt) 2:00.72; 100 backstroke-Rothbaurer (L) 1:12.46; 100 breaststroke-Penfield (L) 1:30.14; 400 freestyle relay-Everett (C. Engalls, Crawford, M. Engalls, Sutherland) 4:21.33. Records-.Everett 2-3 overall.

Everett 100, Ferndale 70: Bridget Sutherland captured the 200-yard freestyle and 100 butterfly to lead Everett to the non-league victory Friday.

200 medley relay-Everett (Carpenter, Sutherland Engalls, Crawford) 2:11.45; 200 freestyle-Sutherland (E) 2:08.92; 200 individual medley-K Carpenter (E) 2:47.78; 50 freestyle-Crawford (E) 28.73; 100 butterfly-Sutherland (E) 1:07.22; 100 freestyle-Carter (F) 1:02.14; 500 freestyle-Clyde (E) 7:10.92; 200 freestyle relay-Ferndale (Cowan, Harrison, Kerney, Carter) 1:59.95; 100 backstroke-Bates-Erickson (F) 1:17.44; 100 breaststroke-Cowan (F) 1:20.87; 400 freestyle relay-Everett (C. Engalls, Crawford, M. Engalls, Sutherland) 4:21.33 Records-Everett 2-3 overall.

Sultan 2, Lakewood 0: Goals by Katie Brown and Brynn Auckland led the way for the Sultan Turks in a North Cascades Conference game. Molly Kramer picked up the shutout in goal for Sultan.

Goals-Sultan: Brown, Auckland. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Kramer. Lakewood: Luddington. Records-Lakewood 3-5 in league, 3-5 overall. Sultan 7-1, 7-1.

Blaine 3, Nooksack Valley 1: Ainsley Nix scored 18 minutes into the second half to break a 1-1 tie to secure Blaine’s victory in North Cascades Conference play.

At Nooksack Valley H.S.

Goals-Blaine: Harmening, Nix, Jones. Nooksack Valley: Featherstone-Wilkinson. Goalkeepers-Blaine: Roberts Nooksack Valley: McDonald. Records-Blaine 6-2 in league, 6-2 overall. Nooksack Valley 3-6, 3-6.

Meridian 5, Lynden Christian 1: Katie Johnson scored a hat trick, while twin sister Jennifer contributed two goals in Meridian’s North Cascades Conference victory.

At Lynden Christian H.S.

Goals-Meridian: K. Johnson 3, J. Johnson 2. Lynden Christian:Bovenkamp. Goalkeepers-Meridian: Noel. Lynden Christian: Kooy. Records-Meridian 8-1 in league 8-1 overall. Lynden Christian 2-6, 2-6.

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