Aberdeen picked up its first win of the season with a straight-set victory over Tenino on Tuesday in Tenino.
Aberdeen (1-2 overall) responded from a sluggish start to win the first set 26-24 and went on to win the second and third sets 25-22 and 25-18.
“We are a slow-starting team. We struggled a little and had a rough start,” Aberdeen head coach Desiree Glanz said. “We had to fight back to regain the lead in a few rotations. It was a win and I’m proud of the progress we continue to make in each game.”
Sophomore setter Camryn Micheau led the Bobcats with four kills, six aces and 12 assists while playing solid defense.
Bethany Machin (6 aces), Emmersyn Yakovich (6 kills), Kailey Pendergrass (6 kills) and Lilly Camp (4kills) also played a part in Aberdeen’s victory.
Aberdeen’s C-squad also won over Tenino on Tuesday.
WF West 3, Elma 2
Elma lost a hard-fought five-set match to WF West on Tuesday in Chehalis.
A day after falling to Shelton in straight sets, the Eagles (2-2 overall) fell 25-18, 9-25, 25-19, 21-25 and 9-15.
Aubrey Moore (9 kills, 15 assists, 14 digs), Brooklyne Swarts (7 kills, 15 digs) and Aalihya Ostrom (21 digs, 6 aces) led Elma.
Elma’s JV team lost 6-25, 25-23 and 11-15.
The Eagles C-team lost in two sets.
Raymond 3, Ocosta 0
Raymond and Ocosta opened up league play with the Seagulls winning in straight sets on Tuesday in Westport.
Raymond won 25-8, 25-9 and 25-16 to move to 3-0 on the season, 1-0 in the 2B Pacific League.
Raymond was led by Kyra Gardner, who had a massive 18 kills and an ace in only three sets for a hitting percentage of 51.4%.
Seagulls Sidney Swogger (11 aces, 6 kills) and Kyndal Koski (25 digs, 4 aces) also contributed significantly to the victory.
Ocosta (0-2 overall, 0-1 2B Pacific) was led by Alexia Bradley, who had five kills on the evening.
South Bend 3, Ilwaco 0
South Bend picked up a league victory with a straight-set win over Ilwaco on Tuesday in South Bend.
South Bend (1-1 overall, 1-0 2B Pacific) won 25-18, 25-19 and 26-24.
Reece Williams (12 kills), Raydynn Morley (10 digs), Hannah Jewell (9 digs, 100% service) and Dayna Estle (5 kills) led South Bend.
South Bend’s JV squad split with Ilwaco 1-1.
GIRLS PREP SOCCER
Montesano 4, Seton Catholic 0
Montesano out shot Seton Catholic 34-3 en route to a 4-0 win on Tuesday in Vancouver.
Jaiden Morrison led Montesano (3-1 overall) with a pair of goals, one in the 11th minute followed by another off an assist from Anabelle Estrada in the 42nd minute.
Bethanie Henderson and Paige Lisherness scored goals in the 76th and 80th minutes, respectively, to give Monte the 4-0 win.
Thirteen of Monte’s 34 shots were on-goal, most coming in or around the 18-yard box.
Monte is now 2-1 overall on the season, having won two straight games.
Aberdeen 3, Centralia 1
Aberdeen won for the third time in four games with a 3-1 victory over Centralia on Tuesday at Centralia High School.
Aberdeen (3-1 overall, 1-0 2A Evergreen) opened the scoring on a goal from Abby Mainio just seven minutes into the contest.
In the 22nd minute, a Marina Marll cross led to a Dominique Trevino goal from 20-yards out and a 2-0 Bobcats lead.
Centralia scored on a free kick late in the first half to cut Aberdeen’s lead to 2-1 at the break.
Scotlyn Lecomte headed in a corner kick from Annie Troeh with 18 minutes remaining to secure Aberdeen’s 3-1 victory.
“Besides the obvious (we scored more than one goal), our passing was better, we won the ball with some intensity and were much more organized on defense,” Aberdeen head coach Larry Fleming said of the win.
Aberdeen’s JV team lost 3-1 with Sarah Hader scoring the lone goal for the Bobcats.
BOYS PREP GOLF
Hoquiam 248, Seton Catholic 251
Hoquiam’s depth proved crucial in a 248-251 victory over Seton Catholic on Tuesday at Tri-Mountain Golf Course in Ridgefield.
Both Hoquiam and Seton Catholic tied with identical scores of 196 for their top four scores.
The Grizzlies ended up winning on a tie-breaking fifth score of 52 by Dominic Pence.
Mick Bozich led Hoquiam with a 9-hole round of 45 with teammate Cody Garman also carding a sub-50 score of 49.
Seton Catholic’s Jacob Parker earned Medalist of the Match honors with a low round of 43.
Hoquiam (248) — Mich Bozich 45, Cody Garman 49, Riley Montoure 51, Nyeki Dayton 51, Dominic Pence 52.
Seton Catholic (251) — Jacob Parker 43, Sid Apostolou 47, Yan Tian 51, Carson Helm 55 Brennen Richardson 55.