Weekend Roundup: Bobcats fall in soccer, softball


BOYS SOCCER

Cougars 2, Bobcats 0

OLYMPIA — Unbeaten Capital scored twice in the opening nine minutes and made the lead stand up to blank Aberdeen in an Evergreen 2A Conference match Saturday night at Ingersoll Stadium.

The Cougars converted a one-on-one opportunity in the opening five minutes and headed in a corner kick about four minutes later.

The Bobcats regrouped to hold their own the remainder of the distance, but were unable to find the net. Seth Caba, at the end of the first half, and Victor Corona, late in the contest, barely missed scoring chances.

“After a rough start, we finished the last 70 minutes very strong,” Bobcat coach Larry Fleming said. “Capital is very good and we stayed with them with some great chances to score in each half. We’ll try to turn the tables on them later this season at home.”

Fleming cited the defensive play of Logan Lopez, Tavo Sanchez, Tony Jo and Todd Caba.

Capital also won the JV match, 5-0, with John Pellessier, Tarrance Robin, Robby Lewis, Denis Calles and Victor Medina cited for hustle.

The Bobcats (4-2, 6-2) end their extended road trip Tuesday against Black Hills at Tumwater Stadium.

SOFTBALL

Pirates 18, Bobcats 2

SEATTLE — An appearance in the Husky Softball Classic was less than a classic experience for Aberdeen.

Class 2B power Adna mauled the Bobcats on Saturday at the University of Washington’s Husky Ballpark.

The Bobcats (3-5) forged a short-lived 1-1 tie when Kiana Dixon tripled home Alexxi Timmons, who had singled, in the first inning.

“After that, the wheels fell off,” Bobcat coach Jeff Timmons sadly recounted. “Adna took advantage of a lot of walk, a lot of errors.”

The Bobcats return to Evergreen 2A Conference play Monday at home against Centralia.

TRACK & FIELD

Ocosta Invitational

WESTPORT — Host Ocosta won the majority of events in a two-team Ocosta Invitational on Saturday.

The Wildcats topped Taholah, the only other entrant, in both the boys and girls team competition.

Taholah’s Jon Jackson swept the throws, while Taylor Miller, Luke Anderson, Drake Mitby and Alex Herrera were double winners for Ocosta’s boys.

Rebekah Saul, Kelsey Gundersen and Becke Shurtz were two-time winners for Ocosta’s girls,

BOYS

Ocosta 93, Taholah 23

100 — 12.18 — Anderson (O). 200 — 37.83 — Miller (O). 400 — 1:22.54 — Miller (O). 800 — 2:237.78 — Anderson (O). 1,600 — 5:48.42 — Mitby (O). 3,200 — 21:11 — Mitby (O). 300 H — 46.02 — Short (O). 4x100 R — 50.90 — Ocosta. 4x400 R — 3:56.90 — Ocosta. Shot — 38-10— Jackson (T). Disc — 87-10 — Jackson (TH). Jav — 154-0 — Jackson (T). HJ — 5-10 — Herrera (O). PV — 10-0 — Hart (O). LJ — Caballero (O). TJ — 38-11 — Herrera (O).

GIRLS

Ocosta 95, Taholah 11

100 — 13.11 — Rebekah Saul (O). 200— 31.18 — Ballo (O). 400 — 1:12.28 — Rebekah Saul (O). 800 — 2:40.62 — Gundersen (O). 1,600 — 6:11.67 — Gundersen (O). 3,200 — 14:13.62 — Gallo (O). 100 H — 19.11 — Rindlisbacher (O). 4x100 R — 58.61 — Ocosta. 4x200 R — 2:03.50 — Ocosta. 4x400 R — Ocosta. Shot — 30-8 — Shurtz (O). Disc — 98-9 — Shurtz (O). Jav — 89-1 — Cheney (T). HJ — 4-8 — Rachael Saul (O). LJ — 10-7 — Wingate (O).

 

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