November 1 Prep Sports Roundup

Oregon Class 5-A Girls Soccer First Round Hillsboro 2, Hood River Valley 0:  The Spartans scored a goal in each half to advance in the state tournament.  Eileen Reyna scored in the 36th minute to give Hillsboro the lead, while Sofia Guizer put home a feed from Madison Ellsworth a little more than four minutes into the second half for the second goal.  The Spartans played a solid defensive game, limiting HRV to very few chances, particularly after taking the lead.  The Eagles finish the season with an 11-4 record.   SCAC District Volleyball Tournament Goldendale def. Connell 25-22, 20-25, 25-13, 25-15:  The Timberwolves inched closer to a state tournament invitation with the victory on the road.  Goldendale meets Naches Valley on Saturday at noon at Kiona-Benton High School in a semi-final match.  The Timberwolves need to win one match on Saturday to advance to the Washington Class 1-A Tournament next week.   Hood River Valley’s Noe Magana was named player of the year to lead a group of five Eagles on the first team of the all-Columbia River Conference boys’ soccer team.  Jorge Campos, Angel Sonato, Erik Siekkinen, and Saul Chavarria were also named to the first squad, while Travis Running was named goalkeeper of the year.  The Dalles was represented on the first team by Omar Rodriguez and Brandon Bustamonte.   Cielo Rivera was named player of the year and Vanessa Silva goalkeeper of the year to lead the Hood River Valley contingent on the first team of the all-Columbia River Conference girls’ soccer squad.  Mona Diaz, Yahaira Chavarria, and Ami Santillan were also named to the first team.  For The Dalles Brooke McCall, Giselle Manzo, and Victoria Barragan were named to the first team.   In Columbia River Conference volleyball, Hood River Valley’s Shae Duffy was named player of the year, while the Eagles’ Scott Walker was tabbed as coach of the year.  HRV’s Emily Curtis, Katie Kennedy, and Rebecca Johnston were also selected to the first team, as was Jodi Thomasian of The Dalles.

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