Tuesday Prep Roundup: Montesano takes care of Rochester early in blowout victory

Also: Gutierrez leads Aberdeen to win over Shelton on PKs; Raymond volleyball stays hot

Montesano scored three goals over the first 15 minutes of the game en route to a convincing 8-0 victory over Rochester on Tuesday at Jack Rottle Field in Montesano.

In a one-sided contest, Monte (3-1 overall) spent the majority of the contest in the Warriors defensive third of the field, firing 34 shots (18 on goal) at the Rochester net.

The Bulldogs also earned nine corner kicks in the game.

Monte midfielder Vanna Prom opened the scoring on the Bulldogs’ first shot of the game, converting an assist from Sierra Birdsall in the third minute.

Midfielder Mikayla Stanfield scored on an assist from Jaiden King in the 10th minute and King assisted on a Jaiden Morrison goal in the 13th minute for a 3-0 Monte lead.

In the second half, senior midfielder Paige Lisherness scored on a shot in the 56th minute followed by Stanfield’s second goal a minute-and-a-half later.

Morrison netted her second goal in the 60th minute and Monte’s Reghann Fairbairn gave the Bulldogs two goals on consecutive shots in the 61st minute.

Monte’s Iza Cope scored the final goal of the game on a long, lobbing shot in the 79th minute to complete the 8-0 victory.

Monte head coach Fidel Sanchez liked the way his team passed the ball and found open space on the pitch.

“The team moved the ball pretty well tonight,” Sanchez said, noting his team’s one-two touch passing and ability to find open splits through the Warriors defense. “It was a good team effort and the girls played with a really good pace to the game.”

Monte hosts La Center in a rematch of last season’s 1A Division 4 championship game at 7 p.m. on Thursday.

Rochester 0 0 — 0

Montesano 3 5 — 8

DAILY WORLD FILE PHOTO Aberdeen goal keeper Char Gutierrez stopped three of four shots and scored a goal in Aberdeen’s penalty-kick shootout victory over Shelton on Tuesday at Stewart Field.

DAILY WORLD FILE PHOTO Aberdeen goal keeper Char Gutierrez stopped three of four shots and scored a goal in Aberdeen’s penalty-kick shootout victory over Shelton on Tuesday at Stewart Field.

Aberdeen 0, Shelton 0 (Aberdeen wins 2-0 on penalty kicks)

Despite playing short-handed after three starters were sidelined, Aberdeen defeated Shelton in a penalty-kick shootout on Tuesday at Stewart Field in Aberdeen.

Aberdeen (6-1 overall, 3-1 2A Evergreen) and Shelton (0-4-1, 0-2) played evenly in the first half as neither keeper was significantly challenged in a physical game.

The Bobcats, which were down three starters (two due to COVID issues, one via grades), dominated the second half of play by applying pressure on the Highclimbers defense and keeping Shelton pinned in its defensive half of the field.

But Aberdeen failed to score on any of its four scoring chances in the half, and the game ended in a scoreless tie after regulation and overtime.

In the overtime period, Aberdeen’s steadfast keeper — senior Char Gutierrez — was the star of the show.

Gutierrez converted the first penalty kick of the shootout and followed that up by slamming the door on any Highclimber hopes of a victory.

The standout Bobcats goalie stopped three of four Shelton penalty kicks to put Aberdeen in position to win.

Alexis Durr also converted on a penalty kick to secure the Aberdeen victory, 2-0 on penalty kicks.

“The girls played a terrific game, stepping up their intensity and communicating more effectively, controlling the ball with a better first touch and changing the point of attack so the opponent was constantly on its heels,” Aberdeen head coach Larry Fleming said. “If we can manage to put in more quality shots on goal we are going to be tough to beat.”

Fleming noted Madi Marlow and Britt Rajcich on defense; Annie Troeh and Aman Cheema up front; and Zoe Troen at midfield for contributing in the Bobcats’ victory.

Aberdeen travels to Tumwater to take on Black Hills at 7 p.m. on Thursday.

Shelton 0 0 — 0

Aberdeen 0 0 — 0

(Aberdeen wins 2-0 on penalty kicks)


Raymond 3, Chief Leschi 0

Raymond continued to be a dominant force in the 2B Pacific League with a straight-set victory over Chief Leschi on Tuesday at Chief Leschi High School.

Raymond (5-0 overall, 3-0 2B Pacific) won 25-9, 25-9 and 25-19 and have not lost a set this season (15-0).

The Seagulls were led by a balanced offense that included six players with at least four kills. Alia Enlow (7 kills), Grace Busenius (6 kills), Caton Swogger (4 kills), Kyra Gardner (4 kills), Sidney Swogger (4 kills, 7 aces) and Jolie Dunn (4 kills) all played a part in the victory as did Kyndal Koski, who “had a great night passing and pretty much stopped everything,” according to Raymond head coach Bob Swogger.

Raymond’s JV team won 25-12 and 25-9.

Raymond 25 25 25 — 3

Chief Leschi 9 9 16 — 0

Ocosta 3, North Beach 1

In a game Ocosta head coach Erin Snider called “a good, all-around performance,” the Ocosta Wildcats upended the North Beach Hyaks 3-1 on Tuesday in Ocean Shores.

Ocosta won 25-13, 18-25, 25-18 and 25-17.

The Wildcats (1-2 overall, 1-1 2B Pacific) were led by Annika Hollingsworth and Alexia Bradley, each of whom collected 11 kills in the game.

Brynn Rasmus had 24 assists and Noel Cuzdey recorded 11 digs for the Wildcats.

Tarylor Stoll served eight straight points — four for aces — in a critical third-set victory for Ocosta.

North Beach (2-2, 0-2) was led by Kaci Osborne-Hansen (8 kills) and Anna Eastman (6 kills).

Ocosta 25 18 25 25 — 3

North Beach 13 25 18 17 — 1

South Bend 3, Northwest Christian 0

South Bend head coach Kelsey Staats mixed things up in a home contest against Northwest Christian with positive results.

Staats made some roster moves and it led to a 25—14, 25-11 and 25-23 victory over the Wolverines on Tuesday in South Bend.

“We implemented a new line up tonight and it proved to be the right decision,” Staats said. “Everyone got playing time, so the win was a true team effort.”

Seniors Hannah Jewell (13-13 serving, 11 digs, 5 kills) and Reece Williams (10-10 serving, 9 digs, 7 kills) and junior Raydynn Morley (8 digs, 4 kills) contributed to the win, one in which South Bend held a 91% service rating as a team.

South Bend’s JV team split with NWC JV 23-25 and 25-19.

Northwest Christian 14 11 23 — 0

South Bend 25 25 25 — 3

Other scores

Shelton 3, Aberdeen 0

Castle Rock 3, Montesano 1


Aberdeen 218, Black Hills 309

The Aberdeen Bobcats continue to post impressively low scores as they defeated Black Hills 218-309 on Tuesday at Grays Harbor Country Club.

Led by another spectacular round from Logan Seguin, four of Aberdeen’s five scorers posted scores of 45 strokes or less for their 9-hole rounds.

Seguin posted a 39 for the second time this seasons to win Medalist honors. He was followed closely by teammates Trevon Nichols (40), Charlie Ancich (43) and Baylor Ainsworth (45), with Nichols and Ainsworth posting season-lows.

Hunter Eisele’s score of 51 rounded out Aberdeen’s top five.

Aberdeen’s score of 218 is five strokes better than last season’s best score.

Bobcats head coach Dan Sundstrom attributes the performance to Monday’s practice round.

“As a coach, it’s nice to have a great practice the day before a match,” he said. “Our players were very excited about their play yesterday and carried over that excitement into today’s match.”

Aberdeen faces Centralia on the road Wednesday afternoon.

Aberdeen (218) — Logan Seguin 39, Trevon Nichols 40, Charlie Ancich 43, Baylor Ainsworth 45, Hunter Eisele 51.

Black Hills (309) — Brandon Nguyen 53, Hank Venable 54, Malcomb Meierbachtol 58, Luke Verlangieri 70, Scotty Sneen 71.


Eatonville 4, Aberdeen 2

Aberdeen lost to Eatonville 4-2 on Tuesday in Aberdeen.

The Bobcats’ wins came from Colton Faulkner and Andrew Troeh in the No. 1 and No. 2 Singles matches, respectively.

Singles: Colton Faulkner (Aberdeen) defeated Brandon baker (Eatonville) 6-0, 6-1; Andrew Troeh (A) def. Justin Hietpas (E) 6-0, 6-0; Brody Thirtyacre (E) def. Foster Patterson (A) 6-4, 7-5.

Doubles: Evan Nations/Skylar Sarpy (E) def. Kevin Eng/Brodyn Osina (A) 6-2, 6-0; Ethan Moore/Jorgen Saysette (E) def. Jamieson Berney/Charlie Carossino (A) 6-4, 6-3; Ryan Root/Gavin Vander Hock (E) def. Eric Lind/Jacob Natwick (A) 6-3, 6-2.