Sami Marquez, Ian Woodley, Thomas Ryden all scored goals, as the Boise boys soccer team continued its perfect season with a 3-0 win over Mountain View in the first round of the 5A District III Tournament Saturday at Eagle High School.
Jack Goode had two assists, while Nick Black recorded five saves in the shutout performance.
TIMBERLINE 1, SKYVIEW 1, 4-2 PENALTY KICKS: Mason Slaughter, CJ Brewster, Evan Schulte and Dylan Bowes all scored goals, as the Wolves won a 1-1, 4-2 penalty kick shootout 5A District III Tournament first-round game.
CALDWELL 5, COLUMBIA 1: Damian Arguello recorded a hat trick with three goals to go with one assist, as the Cougars had little difficulties in their 4A District III Tournament opening round match.
Danny Torres added a goal and two assists for Caldwell in the win.
BOISE 7, MERIDIAN 0: Logan Smith and Kendra McDaniel had two goals apiece, as the Brave cruised in their 5A District III Tournament opener.
Mariah Albin and Audrey Sand chipped in with two assists each.
MOUNTAIN VIEW 2, EAGLE 0: Sophia Avalos and Brooke Snyder had a goal apiece, as the Mavericks advanced in the 5A District III Tournament with a first-round win.
Kaydree Rapp had both of the assists for Mountain View in the win.
ROCKY MOUNTAIN 8, BORAH 0: Kelsey Oyler, Larissa Wegner and Nadia Kincaid all scored two goals each, as the Grizzlies eased to a 5A District III Tournament first-round win.
Oyler also had two assists in the win for Rocky Mountain.
BISHOP KELLY 8, NAMPA 0: Erin Harrington and Mia Cartwright both scored two goals apiece, as the Knights dominated in their 4A District III Tournament opener.
Sydney Cromwell added three assists for Bishop Kelly.
CALDWELL 2, MIDDLETON 1: Leslie Castrejon and Shae Olsen each scored goals, as the Cougars edged the Vikings for a 4A District III Tournament first-round win.
KUNA 12, RIDGEVUE 0: Lexi Haws and Amina Bah both tallied three goals and two assists, as Kuna ran away with a 4A District III Tournament first-round win.
Jayla Ponce added two goals, while Natasja Davis had a pair of assists.
Kaydence Moore made eight saves in front of the net for Caldwell.
NORTHWEST NAZARENE WOMEN FINISH 5TH: Northwest Nazarene freshman Julia LaMar was 1.9 seconds off of the 10th-best 6,000-meters time in school history Saturday.
LaMar finished 20th at the Western Washington Invitational women’s cross country meet, running a time of 22 minutes, 33.9 seconds.
Seniors Sierra Manzer was 32nd in 22:57.2 and Bethany Danner was 35th in 23:05.2, while sophomore Kalen Johnson rounded out the scoring runners in 50th in 23:32.
NNU MEN TAKE 6TH AT WWU CLASSIC: Godfrey Kemboi and Tyler Shea took fifth and sixth, respectively, as the Nighthawks finished sixth with 161 points at Western Washington Classic.
Peyton Brothers ran his best race of the season, finishing 49th in 33:33.9.
Trey Conley finished 61st in 33:52, while the other scoring runner Brett Bergler was 77th in 34:15.9 and Gabe Martin was 107th in 35:06.5.
NNU MEN DEFEAT C OF I IN DUAL MATCH: Northwest Nazarene’s Grayson Giboney and Andrew Cortez shared the medalist title Saturday in a dual match against College of Idaho at Timberstone Golf Course.
The pair each shot 1-over-par 73s to edge out College of Idaho’s Mike Piazzin, who shot a 76.
As a team, the Nighthawks shot 302 while the Coyotes shot 322.
Isaac Emerson and Jared Stensgaard each shot 78s and Henry Bernard an 80 for the NNU scoring golfers. Playing as individuals, Michael Corkish shot a 77 and Micah Becker a 95.
NNU’S CHEHIMI SHOOTS CAREER-BEST ROUND: Northwest Nazarene golfer Natalie Chehimi shot a 4-over-par 76 to lead the Nighthawks on Saturday in a dual match against the College of Idaho at Timberstone Golf Course.
Hannah Holloway and Taylor Entenman tied for second with 79s as the Nighthawks shot 314 as a team. College of Idaho didn’t field an entire team.
Ragan McGilvery shot an 80, Trinity McCarthy an 83 and Hailey Potter a 100.
C OF I WOMEN SHUT OUT: A Salyna Blue goal in the 24th minute led Oregon Tech to a 1-0 victory over the College of Idaho on Saturday afternoon.
The loss marks the first time this season that the Yotes (3-4-4, 2-3-2 CCC have lost when giving up one goal or less, dropping that record to 3-1-4.
NNU WOMEN DROPS NAILBITER ON THE ROAD: The Northwest Nazarene women’s soccer team dropped a tough game 1-0 on Saturday at Montana State Billings in Great Northwest Athletic Conference action.
Alexis Montoya made three saves in goal for the Nighthawks (5-5-1 overall, 2-2-1 GNAC).
NNU had 13 shots, but just three on goal in the loss.
NNU MEN LOSE IN OVERTIME: For 98 minutes, the Northwest Nazarene men’s soccer team had stood toe-to-toe with the highest scoring team in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
But in the first overtime, Saint Martin’s scored on a scrum in front of the goal to defeat NNU 3-2.
Defenders Garrison Lee and Lorenzo Valentini scored for the Nighthawks (4-5-0 overall, 0-3-0 GNAC).
COLLEGE OF IDAHO MEN SLIP BY OREGON TECH: Jack O’Leary scored off a blocked shot in the 68th minute to break a tie, as the College of Idaho earned three key road points with a 2-1 victory at Oregon Tech.
The Coyotes (5-5, 3-4 CCC) improved to 3-0 on the second day of Cascade Conference back-to-back games and picked up their second road win in league play.
C of I opened the scoring in the 12th minute with a Ahmet Huremovic goal.
NIGHTHAWKS’ FIVE-SET MAGIC RUNS OUT: The last four times the Northwest Nazarene volleyball team was staring at a fifth set, they had won. But that streak came to an end against Montana State Billings.
The Nighthawks (7-8 overall, 3-5 GNAC) lost 21-25, 25-23, 26-28, 25-23, 17-15 in Great Northwest Athletic Conference action.
Brooke Foster had a career-high 24 kills, while hitting .224. She added 15 digs, three blocks and two aces. Abbey Blum had 12 kills and 13 digs, Tayler Markland had 11 kills and 3.5 blocks, Natalie Sullivan had 10 kills and two blocks and Lexi Ward had seven kills and two blocks. Megan Nelson had 56 assists and three aces and Kayla Sale had 23 digs.
BOISE STATE FALLS TO UNLV: Janell Walley recorded her eighth double-double of the season on a team-high 21 kills and 13 digs, but it was not enough as UNLV rallied to defeat Boise State in five 23-25, 18-25, 28-26, 25-23, 15-13.
Lauren Ohlinger followed with 13 kills and 18 digs, while Danielle Boss distributed a season-high 59 assists to go with 16 digs.
Freshman libero Allison Casillas recorded a team and career-high 23 digs to lead Boise State (12-5 overall, 4-2 Mountain West) on the back line.
STEELHEADS NET EARLY GOALS IN WIN OVER UTAH: The Idaho Steelheads (2-0-0) post another two-goal first period to help take a 3-1 win over the Utah Grizzlies (0-2-0). The Steelheads begin the season 2-0-0 for the first time since 2009-10.
Joe Basaraba, Brett Supinski and Spencer Naas scored Idaho’s goals in the win.