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Sam Pizot, left, battles with Ferris’ Eric Hollenbaugh. (Steve Dipaola)

Shootout win sends Ferris to semis

SR Story | CAMAS, Wash. – Guesswork and preparation came together in a defining moment for the Ferris boys soccer team on Saturday. Saxons goalkeeper Alex Pells guessed right for the save that sends his team to the State 4A semifinals. Ferris outscored the Camas Papermakers 5-4 in …

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Pullman 1, Clarkston 0
Mason Petrino scored the game’s only goal in the 25th …
East Valley 1, West Valley 0
Dimitry Kozenya scored the game’s only goal in the 76th …
Lewis and Clark 1, Gonzaga Prep 0
Alex McNeill’s early goal proved decisive as host Lewis and …
Central Valley 4, Shadle Park 1
Central Valley used an early barrage of goals to dump …
University 4, Mt. Spokane 0
Austin Sterner scored the game’s first goal in the first …
Mead 6, North Central 0
Mead shut out North Central thanks in large part to …
Ferris 3, Rogers 0
Aaron Molina, Jacob Bloomfeldt and Kandon Simon all netted a …
Colville 4, Lakeside (WA) 3
Alberto Cisneros completed his hat trick in the 55th minute …
East Valley 4, Clarkston 0
East Valley held Clarkston to just one shot in the …
Medical Lake 7, Riverside 0
Ryan Spangler scored three goals and had one assist as …
West Valley 1, Cheney 0
West Valley’s Chris Hatten spun away from a defender and …
Gonzaga Prep 3, Mead 2
After falling behind 2-0 in the first half, Gonzaga Prep …
Ferris 3, University 0
Jacob Bloomfeldt opened the scoring with a goal in the …
Shadle Park 2, Rogers 1
Eddie Montiel scored from 12 yards out in the second …
Central Valley 5, Mt. Spokane 1
Noah Whitman and J.D. Hauenstein each scored two goals and …
Lewis and Clark 6, North Central 1
Adam Thompson had two goals and two assists as Lewis …
Newport 5, Riverside 1
Kade Zorica notched a goal and two assists as visiting …
Cheney 2, Clarkston 1
Cheney got things rolling first with a goal from Noah …
Lakeside (WA) 3, Medical Lake 2
With 15 seconds to play Kelly Kyllo scored a breakaway …
Colville 7, Deer Park 1
Colville’s offense proved too much for Deer Park to handle …

May 7

Ferris' Terry Cox, left, lobbies for a goal as CV goalie Kendall Findley picks the ball up off of his goal line. (Dan Pelle)

CV tops Ferris in boys soccer to claim District 4A title

SR Story | Central Valley’s young soccer team came of age Tuesday night. The season-long growing pains were forgotten after a 1-0 district title win over Ferris that earned the Bears, who only have two seniors on the team, some redemption along with a District 4A title.