Siuslaw Soccer Gets First Win
Siuslaw soccer scored their first victory on Friday against Waldport. 2-1. Junior Jaxson Jensen scored both goals in the win. Coach Londi Tomaro said their opponents were fast and their goalie had several defenses on goal that kept the score low. Siuslaw scored first in the second half and Waldport tied it up with 4 minutes to go.
“Jaxson Scored our second goal about 2 minutes before the final whistle.”
Tomaro said Sonny Coverdale made several incredible saves to keep Siuslaw in the game. Next up for Siuslaw is Elmira on Thursday.
Vikings Strong Outing
Siuslaw Vikings faced Elmira on Friday and held them at bay for most of the game. Elmira rallied and overcame an 11 point deficit in the final minutes of the game for a 30-26 win. The Vikings had 450 total yards of offense in the loss. Sophomore Camp LaCouture had 27 rushes for 129 yards and sophomore Braydon Thornton had 6 catches for 158 yards. QB Elijah Blankenship had 182 yards passing, 61 yards rushing and scored a touchdown.
Mapleton Sailors Roll Over Riddle
The Mapleton Sailors defeated Riddle on Friday night. JJ Neece had 12 carries for 287 yard and was 7 for 10 passing for 143 yards and 5 touchdowns. He also had 15 tackles on defense and 1 sack. Cody Soverns had 4 catches for 120 yards and 3 touchdowns. Final Score 52-12 Mapleton.
Mapleton Volleyball on Friday had two matches against Pacific. They lost 3-0 in the first match and 3-1 in the second. Coach Molly Dooley said there were some shining moments in each match with Summer Flansberg’s 3 aces and Briena Jensen’s 2 aces. In the second match Emily Stevens had 3 kills and one ace.
Senior Brendon Jensen posted a 15th place in the 5000 meters in Saturday’s Spartan invite for the boys varsity cross country and senior Hannah Rannow posted a 10th place finish for the girls.
Ducks Build Steam In Win
The Ducks got off to a slow start on Saturday with Justin Herbert completing just one of his first 8 passes, but the machine got rolling as the Ducks dominated Nevada on both sides of the ball for a 77-6 shellacking of the Wolfpack.
Hawaii Says Aloha To Beavers
The Oregon State Beavers showed some spark against Hawaii, but the Rainbow Warriors took the Beavers 31-28