Non-League Girls Soccer: W.F. West at Tenino (Sept. 17, 2019)

Images from a non-league girls soccer game between Tenino and W.F. West on Tuesday, Sept. 17, 2019, in Tenino.

TENINO — Tenino’s Alivia Hunter scored the only goal of the match to lead the Beavers to a 1-0 win against Aberdeen in a non-league girls soccer match here on Thursday.

Hunter scored in the 39th minute. Brieanna Dell took a corner kick and Hunter rose above everyone else and used her head to put the ball in the back of the net.

Abby Severse made three saves in the first half to earn a clean sheet. Tenino outshot Aberdeen 15-6.

“We played well. We passed the ball really well. I thought Ashley Schow and Grace Vestal at midfield played really well tonight,” Tenino coach Kevin Schultz said. “She won balls for us. We moved Morgan Miner to our attacking mid spot. She did a good job of attacking space and putting their team under pressure and limited their chances.”

Tenino (2-0-1) travels to Stevenson Saturday at 3 p.m. for a non-league game.

Centralia Falls to Evergreen

VANCOUVER — Centralia got on the board first but Evergreen scored the next three goals to earn a 3-1 win over the Tigers in a non-league girls soccer game here on Thursday.

Rebekah Robbins scored on a free kick in the 8th minute. The Tiger lead held up until the 21st minute. Evergreen’s Nallely Mojica-Zavala scored to tie the game and in the 40th minute, Chloe Klappholz scored to give the Plainsmen a 2-1 lead at intermission.

Klappholz scored her second of the night in the 69th minute to ensure victory. Centralia goalkeeper Bailea Brown made eight saves. The Tigers outshot Evergreen 11-8.

“Today was much improved over our last three games. We saw a lot of good things. We did change some stuff up significantly,” Centralia coach Henry Gallanger said. “We created a lot more opportunities to score goals, we just have to make them count. We need to take those chances we’re getting and make those find the net instead of finding the keepers’ hands.”

Gallanger noted the play of Carissa Kaut, generating more shots today than she has in the first three games and created chances for teammates. Gallanger also commended Aaliyah Corona and Jovanah Navarro for their play as well.

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