Sports Roundup: Raymond’s offense flies off in victory over South Bend


Seagulls 41, Indians 0

RAYMOND — Raymond amassed 414 yards on the ground on its way to blanking South Bend on Senior Night in Pacific League play on Friday at Raymond.

Alex Sida led the rushing attack for the sixth-ranked Gulls (3-0, 5-1) with six carries for 166 yards and three touchdowns. His first came in the first quarter on a 6-yard run. He followed later with a 65-yard run and opened the second quarter with a 53-yard run.

Darol Ratsavongsy had nine carries for 69 yards and one touchdown — a 4-yarder in the second quarter. Elliott Murdock had five carries for 58 yards and one touchdown — an 8-yard run in the third quarter when the mercy rule running clock started.

Rayce Newman carried the ball for 61 yards. Marvin So added a 59-yard punt return for a touchdown in the middle of the first quarter. Kason Koski kicked all of the successful PATs.

Hunter Borden added a 21-yard scoring reception for the Gulls. Defensive standouts included Neal Riley and Borden with 10 tackles and nine tackles, respectively. Murdock contributed seven tackles.

“We executed well,” Raymond coach Rob Clements said.

Ryan Overstake went 57 yards on 18 carries for the Tribe (0-2, 0-5). Marcus Overstake had 10 tackles on defense.

South Bend coach Tom Sanchez cited Jordan Dockter for a fine game at quarterback.

On Friday, Raymond hits the road to Naselle. South Bend will host North Beach that same night.

C.C. Volleyball

Chokers lose in three

VANCOUVER — Clark College prevailed offensively to edge Grays Harbor College in three sets, 25-21, 25-22, 25-22, in NWAACC Western Division play on Friday.

Grays Harbor’s Alahna Weber had 18 assists, five kills and two blocks. Kendell Kelnhofer added 17 digs.

“We’re in all of our games and we’re playing better,” GHC head coach Christine Nelson said. “We stayed with them and we are competitive. We just need to find a way to finish with a win.”

Nelson praised Alex Bergeson for her hitting and Paulette Robles for great defense off the bench.

The Chokers (0-6, 8-11) will travel to Olympic College today to play New Hope Christian at 2 p.m. and Olympic at 4 p.m.