Royal’s na­tional-best win streak snapped with loss to Colville in semi­fi­nals

Tri-City Herald (Sunday) - - Sports - BY JEFF MORROW

Foot­ball Team last week.

East­ern Ore­gon wide re­ceiver Bren­den Kelly (Southridge) was named to the first team, while EOU of­fen­sive line­man Colton Aleft­eras (Prosser) was a sec­ond-teamer.

Kelly caught 53 passes this sea­son for 1,219 yards, an av­er­age of 23 yards a catch. Kelly also had 7 TD re­cep­tions. Both Kelly and Aleft­eras are se­niors.

Reece Car­man (Walla Walla) had 15 kills to lead Idaho’s vol­ley­ball team to a 3-1 win over Port­land State on Nov. 1.

Ken­newick High grad Justin Wa­gar was named the SWAC women’s soc­cer coach of the year af­ter lead­ing the Gram­bling State Tigers to the reg­u­larsea­son ti­tle. This is the sec­ond con­sec­u­tive year Wa­gar has earned the honor. His Tigers lost 2-1 in the con­fer­ence tour­na­ment ti­tle match to end their sea­son with a 14-8 record.

Kami­akin grad An­drew Sny­der fin­ished 67th over­all at the NCAA Cross Coun­try Na­tional Cham­pi­onships last week. Sny­der, run­ning for the Univer­sity of Wash­ing­ton as a ju­nior, ran the 10K course in 30 min­utes, 22.6 sec­onds.

Con­grat­u­la­tions to Kiona-Ben­ton grad­u­ates Gabby and Mi­haela Ed­wards, who are mem­bers of the Spokane Com­mu­nity Col­lege vol­ley­ball team that won the NWAC ti­tle. The Ed­wards sis­ters are fresh­men, and while they may have not seen the court very much this sea­son, they con­trib­uted in prac­tice, on the bench and as team­mates as the Sasquatch went a per­fect 40-0 this sea­son.

Fresh­man Aaliyah An­der­son (River View) scored 24 points in a Walla Walla Univer­sity women’s bas­ket­ball loss to San Diego Chris­tian on Nov. 10.

Se­nior Matt Hadley (Con­nell) rushed for 69 yards, scored on a 2-yard run, and caught two passes for 17 yards to help lead the BYU foot­ball team to a 35-16 win over UMass on Nov. 10. DB Sawyer Pow­ell (Richland) added four tack­les for the Cougars.

In an 8-7 loss to East­ern Ore­gon on Nov. 10, Car­roll Col­lege quar­ter­back Kolby Kil­loy (Pasco) was 25 for 45 pass­ing for 309 yards (in­clud­ing an 18-yard TD pass) against just one in­ter­cep­tion.

Emily Adams (Waits­burg) fin­ished 23rd over­all out of 339 run­ners in the women’s race at the NAIA Cross Coun­try Na­tional Cham­pi­onships in Cedar Rapids, Iowa. Run­ning for Lewis-Clark State Col­lege, the sopho­more Adams qual­i­fied as an NAIA Al­lAmer­i­can with the fin­ish.

Of­fen­sive line­man Korbin Sorensen (Kami­akin) played well enough for Port­land State this sea­son that he was named third-team All-Big Sky Con­fer­ence last week. Soren­son is just a sopho­more.

NWAC SPORTS

The Columbia Basin Col­lege women’s bas­ket­ball team is off to a 3-0 start, beat­ing Grays Har­bor 77-73, Yakima Val­ley 79-77, and Walla Walla 63-61.

The Hawks have a solid 1-2 punch in sopho­mores Alexis Cas­tro (Granger) and Sara Ramirez (Her­mis­ton).

Cas­tro is av­er­ag­ing 26 points a game, while Ramirez is av­er­ag­ing a dou­ble-dou­ble of 18 points and 10 re­bounds.

The CBC men are off to a 1-3 start, with the lone vic­tory a 90-80 de­ci­sion over Elite Prep. Southridge High grad Gabe Voorhies scored 17 points in the win.

Mean­while, Walla Walla CC men are 2-0 to start the sea­son with wins over Fairchild Air Force Base and the Gon­zaga Club Team.

Da­men Thacker (Merid­ian, Idaho) has got­ten off to a great start for the War­riors, scor­ing 64 points and grab­bing 11 re­bounds to­tal in the two wins.

The WWCC women are 2-1, with wins over Mt. Hood and We­natchee Val­ley, but a loss to CBC.

Jes­sica Cheney (White Swan) and McKen­zie Gunter (McCam­mon, Idaho) are the top play­ers so far for WWCC.

Cheney had 21 points and 11 re­bounds for the War­riors in the win over Mt. Hood, and Gunter had 21 points and five as­sists in the win over WVC. Gunter also had 20 points in the loss to CBC.

Three WWCC ath­letes were named to the Al­lEast Re­gion Vol­ley­ball All-Star team.

Mor­gan Ness (Cen­tral Val­ley-Spokane) and Abbey Sch­wa­ger (Boise) were first-team se­lec­tions, while Ocean Bryan (Gold­en­dale) was named to the sec­ond team. All are sopho­mores.

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