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Thursday, April 23, 2015 Free Press Section 2 Page 3 ML h artbreaker to L keside, slams Riversid By PAUL DELANEY Against Lakeside (3-1 the Cardinals had one Staff Reporter NEA, 3-3 overall) the Car- bounce off the post. MedicalLakeheadsoc- dinalstrailed early, 2-0 by Things stayed thatway cer coach Zane Higgins the 10-minute mark. until the final moments had been looking for con- "I don't think we werewhen Kelly Kyllo broke sistency in his team. quite focused right off the past the defenders and And despite splitting bat," Higgins said. "Once scored on a breakaway for a pair of Northeast A we started playing and got his second goal with just League matches last week, some confidence I thought seconds to play. he thinks he's found it. we controlled the game, Kyllo set himself up The Cardinals lost a out-possessed them and I between the outside and heartbreaking contest in think we got the majority center defender. "They the final seconds, 3-2 to of the quality chances." weren't close enough to- Lakeside April 14, but The Cardinals (3-1, 3-gether and they couldn't turned around April 16 to 7) got goals from Ryanget to him in time before dominate Riverside 7-0 to Spangler on a penalty kick he got a breakaway and close the week. in the 20th minute andwent one-on-one with our "We played two pretty Ty Masteller tied it at 30 keeper," Higgins said. good games," Higgins minutes. "We just weren't in the said. "We've been having The second half was right position." a problem playing really kind of a battle back andMedical Lake rebound- well against good teams forth, Higgins said. Nei- ed well versus Riverside and dropping alevelwhen ther team had many great (0-4, 1-5) with their first we play weaker teams." opportunities other than shutout win of the season with Sam Matt in goal. Medical Lake had a "That's something we major showdown versus need to do if we're going league-leading Colville to go far in the playoffs," (4-0, 5-1) April 21at home Higgins said. and then host Newport RyanSpangler scored(1-2, 4-2) Saturday at 4 three times and added an p.m. assist against the Rams. Nick Rosenbeck had a pair of goals and Wil Nobel had what Higgins called, "A great free kick goal," in the 29th minute, giving the Cardinals a 4-0 lead at the break. Kirill Lesnykh had the other score. With the lead going into the second half, Hig- gins had the luxury to rest starters and play the bench. "We got a lot of guys some playing time," Higgins said. "They're leading the league right now, they're 4-0," Higgins said. "Nice thing about it is they put things in our hands if we win." John McCal- lum can be reached at Cheney tennis defeats East Valley in GNL AL STOVER Staff Reporter The Cheney High boys tennis team returned to Great Northern League action this past week with a 7-0 sweep over East Val- ley April 14 and a 6-1 loss to Clarkston April 15. Ryan Smedley snapped his two-match losing streak and shut out the Knight's Josh Fra- ser (6-0, 6-0) in the No. 1 singles spot. Ryan Axtell, No. 2 sin- gles, defeated the Knighfs Josh (6-3, 6-2): Britton Williams, No: 3 singles, won his match with East Valley's Tristan Fish (6-1, 6-0). Ben Sanchez, No. match. Luke Hugueninting great angles on their 4 singles, defeated the and Jordan Kauwe, No. shots." Knights'YuanHaoWang 2 doubles, defeated the The Blackhawks are (6-0, 6-2). Knights' Gage Edens and 2-1 in the GNL and 6-2 "Everyone got in aGarrettCrothers(6-0,6-1). overall. After their April few practices during J.T. Gould and Brandon 21 match against Pull- spring break and kept Foster shut out East Val- man, they face West Val- them from being rusty," ley's Tim Ngo and Ryan ley April 23 for the sec- headcoachJesseErickson Haight (6-0, 6-0). Gould ond time this season, at said. "It paid off against and Foster picked uphome, then host Greater East Valley." the only win for Cheney Spokane League's North Cheney's doubles in the Clarkston match. Central Apri124 in a non- teams also shined against They defeated the Ban- league match. EastVaUey.LikeSmedley, tams' Tanner Carton and "Tm looking forward Shogo Starr and Adam Tony Gunderson (6-4,to all of those matches," Passey, at No. 1 doubles, 5-7, 6-3). Erickson said. "As long snapped their two-match "All of our doubles as we can stay healthy, losing streak after defeat- teams have been working I'm expecting big things ing East Valley's Sean together and commtmi- from these guys." Haight and Zach Han- coting well," EricksonAlStovercan be reached son (6-1, 7-6) in a close said. "They've been get- at Medical Lake boys finish week 3-0 in NEA tennis By PAUL DELANEY "These guys took us rallied past Riverside 3-6. Staff Reporter on a roller coaster of a 6-0, 6-2, last Thursday. eMedicalLakeboy's match. Ups and downs, Nilles teamed with ~;team concluded a but by the~time we were Tyler Krivolavy at No. 2 perfect:week in the North- done, they played somedoubles winning by de- east A League with perfect really great tennis," co- fault at Deer Park. play from Isiah Farmen and head coach Dawn EliassenOn the girls' side, Na- Austin Brown, said. tasha Alsept and Kaytlynn The Cardinals' No. 1 Farmen and Brown Houger also finished their doubles team helped Medi- followed with a 6-4, 6-2 week 3-0 at No. 2 doubles cal Lake top Chewelah 3-2 win against Riverside and for a team that went 2-1 on April 14, Riverside 5-0, finished with a 6-4, 5-7, in NEA matches. They April 16 and conclude the 6-2 victory at Deer Park. topped their Chewelah op- week with a 4-1 win April The Cardinals wound upponents 6-1, 7-5, breezed 17 against Deer Park the week in the lead in the past Riverside with a pair Farmen and Brown wonNEA with a 4-1 record,of 6-0 wins and wrapped 6-4, 2-6, 7-6(7-5) to open Trevor Nilles and Col- up their week with a 6-3, the Week at home versusten Miller teamed at No. 6-4 win versus Deer Park. Chewelah on a cold and 3 doubles twice and won "These two get better windy day in Medical both matches, 6-2, 3-6, and better each match," Lake. 7-5 versus Chewelah and Eliassen said. continued from page 1 the 300 hurdles, clocking and distance medley relay a time of 45.85 that was teams. nals in the 800 and placing the fastest among the 2ABoth Byrd and Stralser ninth in schools at the meet. saidtheirresl , c'dveCheney 1:59.04. Byrd said "It was only her thirdsquads are improving with Wyborney inched closer (300) race ever, and she every meet, and should to his goal of breaking 50 went faster," Stralser said. continue to do so as the feet in the shot put with SkiUingstad also placed weather begins to warm. a 14th-place finish and 10th in the triple jump. Cheney returns to GNL toss of 47-08. Drake John- Bradley tied her PR inaction this week, traveling son was 33rd in the 300 the pole vault at 10-06; to East Valley Thursday to hurdles, while the distance although Stralser said she face the Knights, and will medley relay team of Mat- didn't jump as well as she also compete at the annual thew Christianson, Carson can. Mooberry Relays at Rogers Kerr, Drake Johnson and Also reaching the fi--High School in Spokane on Steaven Zachman was nalswereHammermeister Saturday. ninth. (800), Harley Ottosen (dis- l o h n M c C a I - SkiUingstadledthegirls cus)and Pease(javelin), lum can be reached at with a fifth-place finish in along with the 4xl00, 4x400 The Medical Lake girls are 4-2 in the NEA and trailed Colville (5-1) at week's end. -~ ~,Medical Lake teams had a showdown ma~h with ColviUe April 21 and host Freeman today, April 23 at 3:30 p.m. Paul Delaney can be reached at pdelaney@cheneyfreepress. com. 613 S. Washington Ste. 105 Spokane, WA 99204 5 Blocks off 1-90 (Division St. Exit) FREE Parking 8:30-5:30 Mon-Fri Handicap Access : Good Service Cars Trucks Trailers Boats Cycles RVs o:. 455-8320 o:. 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