PHOTO BY BEN WINKELMAN Montesano’s Jaiden Morrison (7) controls possession while being defended by Hoquiam’s Ellie Winkelman during the Bulldogs’ 8-1 victory on Tuesday at Jack Rottle Field in Montesano.

PHOTO BY BEN WINKELMAN Montesano’s Jaiden Morrison (7) controls possession while being defended by Hoquiam’s Ellie Winkelman during the Bulldogs’ 8-1 victory on Tuesday at Jack Rottle Field in Montesano.

Tuesday Prep Roundup: Montesano downs Hoquiam on the pitch

Montesano midfielder Mikayla Stanfield scored four goals as the Bulldogs remained perfect in the 1A Evergreen League with an 8-1 victory over the visiting Hoquiam Grizzlies on Tuesday.

Monte (9-1 overall, 4-0 1A Evergreen) dominated on Tuesday, out-shooting the Grizzlies (1-7, 0-3) 20-2 with 15 shots on goal.

“There was a lot of possession on our part and we were moving the ball really well,” Monte head coach Fidel Sanchez said. Just a good all around effort for all the girls that were able to get on the pitch.”

Stanfield’s four goals is the fourth time in as many games with multiple goals as the sophomore midfielder/forward has 12 goals over that span.

“She’s been on a tear as of late and has come into her own as a goal-scorer,” Sanchez said of Stanfield, who is making a strong case for league MVP.

Monte also got goals from Anabelle Estrada, Bethanie Henderson, Paige Lisherness and Jaiden Morrison, with assists going to Estrada, Morrison, Iza Cope, Jaiden King and Vanna Prom.

PHOTO BY BEN WINKELMAN Hoquiam’s Chloe Dietrick (4) and Montesano’s Haley Howard compete for possession during Montesano’s 8-1 victory on Tuesday at Jack Rottle Field in Montesano.

PHOTO BY BEN WINKELMAN Hoquiam’s Chloe Dietrick (4) and Montesano’s Haley Howard compete for possession during Montesano’s 8-1 victory on Tuesday at Jack Rottle Field in Montesano.

Hoquiam’s goal came with 12:10 left in the game when Briana Herrera assisted on a goal from Olivia Aube.

It was the first goal Montesano — which is ranked No. 1 in the 1A class WIAA RPI rankings — has allowed in league play this season.

“Our girls are really starting to find that intensity we need,” Hoquiam head coach John Johnson said. “I really wanted our girls to come out swinging and they did, but just were not able to connect and find the back of the net. But they stayed in the fight and I’m pleased at how they started connecting passes later on.”

Elma 7, Columbia-White Salmon 0

Elma got three goals and an assist from senior forward Chloe Clark on Senior Night to pick up a 7-0 victory over Columbia-White Salmon on Tuesday in Elma.

Clark scored on assists from Grace Spencer, Miley Seaberg and Aaliegha Weld as Elma (6-3-1, 2-1 1A Evergreen) scored all seven of its goals in a 25 minute span in the first half.

“It was a positive to see the team come together and a lot of good offensive movement in first half,” Elma head coach Evan Valentine said. “I really wanted to see the team have a complete performance, we got that. We came out strong and had two good halves. We haven’t quite had the whole package and we had that tonight.”

Elma also got a goal each from Mia Monroe, Beta Valentine, Seaberg and Weld.

CWS 0 0 — 0

Elma 7 0 — 7

Rochester 2, Aberdeen 1

A late rally fell short as Aberdeen lost to Rochester 2-1 on Tuesday at Rochester High School.

Playing without starting goal keeper Char Guiterrez and center-midfielder Jaylynn Phimmasone due to injury, Aberdeen’s offense struggled to score.

The Bobcats (7-5, 4-5 2A Evergreen) fell behind on a penalty-kick goal in the first half and a regulation goal in the second half.

Aberdeen scored on a long shot from Scotlyn Lecomte with 13 minutes left.

“Although there was a lot of hustle, we did not play well in regard to possession, defense or finishing, which makes it pretty tough to come out of any game with a win,” Aberdeen head coach Larry Fleming said. “We will have a good practice tomorrow and play better on Thursday.”

Aberdeen forward Marina Marll and keeper Andrea Meraz were cited by Fleming for having solid games.

Aberdeen’s JV team won 2-0, with Rylee Brown and Aliyah Burkett scoring for the Bobcats.

Aberdeen 0 1 — 1

Rochester 1 1 — 2

PREP VOLLEYBALL

Raymond 3, Ilwaco 0

Raymond remained perfect on the season with a straight-set victory over Ilwaco on Tuesday in Ilwaco.

Raymond (9-0, 7-0 2B Pacific) dispatched of the Fishermen (0-7, 0-5) by scores of 25-10, 25-2 and 25-5, winning all 27 sets its played this season and extending a winning streak that dates back to last season to 17 games.

Raymond was led by Kyra Gardner and Alia Enlow with six kills apiece and Grace Busenius, who had a 17-point service streak in Game 2 and led the Seagulls with 10 aces.

Caton Swogger (5 kills), Lisa Finne (5 kills), Karsyn Freeman (6 aces) and Kyndal Koski (17 digs) also contributed to the Seagulls victory as did Sidney Swogger and Izzy Silvernail, whom head coach Bob Swogger credits with running the Raymond offense.

Raymond is ranked second behind Goldendale in the latest 2B class WIAA RPI rankings.

Raymond 25 25 25 — 3

Ilwaco 10 2 5 — 0

Rochester 3, Aberdeen 1

Aberdeen dropped three straight sets after taking a 1-0 lead in a 25-22, 19-25, 22-25 and 21-25 loss on Tuesday at Sam Benn Gym in Aberdeen.

Tough loss tonight. Our serves were not in our favor and we gave up numerous points,” Aberdeen head coach Desiree Glanz said. “We need to regroup and focus on our communication as a team.”

Aberdeen was led by freshman middle hitter Lilly Camp (9 kills), outside hitter Emmersyn Yakovich (6 kills, 3 digs), libero Claire Mottinger (5 digs), setter Camryn Micheau (10 assists, 3 aces) and senior Merryn Bruner (6 assists, 2 kills).

“We are a young, athletic group of girls,” Glanz said, adding the coaching staff has recently moved up several players to fill vacant positions on the roster.

Rochester 22 25 25 25 — 3

Aberdeen 25 19 22 21 — 1

Forks 3, South Bend 1

South Bend (4-5, 4-3 2B Pacific) lost 25-19, 14-25, 18-25 and 19-25 to Forks (5-2, 5-1) on Tuesday in South Bend.

No further information was provided for this game at the time of this writing.

BOYS PREP GOLF

WF West 216, Aberdeen 226

Aberdeen lost a close match to WF West on Tuesday at Grays Harbor Country Club.

Aberdeen’s Logan Seguin and Baylor Ainsworth each birdied the par-3 fourth hole with teammate Trevon Nichols nearly recording an eagle on the par-4 No. 2 hole.

WF West (216) — Tukker Rosbach 38, Ben Halverstadt 41, Brock Bunker 44, Dirk Plakinger 46, Nate Dahlin 47 (tie), Micah Ethell 47 (tie).

Aberdeen (226) — Logan Seguin 40, Trevon Nichols 40, Charlie Ancich 45, Baylor Ainsworth 46, Trevon Ramos 55.

Hoquiam 173, Elma 192

Hoquiam’s Dominic Pence broke 40 for the first time in his prep career as Hoquiam defeated Elma 173-192 on Tuesday at Oaksridge Golf Course in Elma.

Pence scored 38 over his nine holes of golf to win Medalist honors.

Riley Montoure (43), Mick Bozich (45) and Nyeki Dayton (47) each shot below 50 for Hoquiam.

Elma was led by Landon McKinney, who shot a team-best 46 for an Eagles team that had all four of its scorers shoot below 50.

Hoquiam (173) — Dominic Pence 38, Riley Montoure 43, Mick Bozich 45, Nyeki Dayton 47.

Elma (192) — Landon McKinney 46, Traden Carter 48, Quinton Osbun 49, Kameron Mullins 49.

BOYS PREP TENNIS

Aberdeen 8, Centralia 7

Aberdeen defeated Centralia in sets 8-7 on Monday in Centralia.

Aberdeen was led by Daniel Garcia, who got his first varsity win in his second singles match, and Kevin Eng, who bounced back from an opening-set loss to defeat Centralia’s Jordan Yeung 4-6, 6-1, 6-1.

Singles — David Parsons (Centralia) defeated Foster Patterson (Aberdeen) 6-3, 7-5; Daniel Garcia (A) def. Antonio Almanza (C) 6-1, 6-2; Kevin Eng (A) def. Jordan Yeung (C) 4-6, 6-1, 6-1.

Doubles — Landon Kaut/Brandon Yeung (C) def. Ashdon Swope/Colton Faulkner (A) 4-6, 6-2, 6-2; Jacoby Corwin/Justin Kuykendall (C) def. Kyle Miller/Luca PIsani (A) 5-7, 6-2, 7-5; Aberdeen won at doubles 3 by default 6-0, 6-0.