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1CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, October 1,2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS pleted Lady Blackhawks drop pair of ue matches By JOHN McCALLUM Radtke said the team was Cheney out shot Pull- to go out and win the sec- Editor worn out by that point and man 9-4 with goalkeeper ond hall which they did Thirteen players to didn't have much left in Nicole Rowley making untilnearly the end. Reba cover 240-plus minutes of the tank. four saves. Eaton got Cheney on the soccer led to a hard week "We had absolutely no Besides the lack of en- board with an unassisted for the Cheney High girls' energy," he added, ergy, Radtke said his team goal in the 44th minute, soccer team. After hard- Still, the Lady Black- might have entered theand the Lady Blackhawks fought, 1-0 loss Sept. 21 hawks battled the Grey- game a bit too overconfi- held West Valley score- to the Greater Spokane hounds to a 0-0 tie through dent. Pullman (1-3, 3-4, 2 less until a goal with just League's 4A Lewis and regulation. In the two, five- points) went 0-16 in 2014 two minutes remaining in Clark (Cheney Free Press, minute overtime periods including three loses to the game. Sept. 24), the Lady Black- Cheney found some re- Cheney in league play. West Valley out shot hawks dropped a pair of serve energy, playing hard "Hopefullyifsareality Cheney 17-5, with Row- Great Northern League but unable to capitalize on check for them/' he said. ley making 12 saves games, 5-1 Tuesday at scoring opportunities.Cheney experienced - one that came on a league-leading West Val- Radtke felt confident some reality Tuesday on penalty kick. ley and a heartbreaking, the team would do well in theroad against the Eagles, Cheney remains win- 1-0 shootout loss Thursday the shootout, thinking back 4-0 in the GNL and 5-2less in GNL play at 0-4, at home to Pullman. to Cheney's only win so overall. WestValley scored 1-6 overall at the one- Cheney's depleted ros- far, a 2-1 victory earned in four times in the first 40 third point in the season, ter, caused by the neces- a shootout over the GSL's minutes for a 4-0, halftime but with plenty of games sity to field a junior varsity Shadle Park. But the Grey- lead. remaining. With most of squad and which only al- hounds defender made aDuring the break the remaining schedule lowed for two substitutes, Couple good stops, helping Radtke said he challenged being two games per was felt most against Pull- to preserve a 3-0 shoo ut the heart of his players a week, the Lady Black- man. Head coach Nels tally and win. bit and encouraged them hawks will have more Cheney Storm win Pend By JOHN McCALLUM Editor Cheney's Storm FC U14 girls soccer club added another trophy to their collection by win- ning the Pend Oreille Cup tournament's Gold Division in Sandpoint, Idaho, Sept. 11-13. Cheney head coach Brian Scott said the Storm won the tourna- ment in somewhat dra- matic fashion, edging the Spokane Soccer Club Shadow United Benja- min 1-0 in their opener, and then staged a late- game rally to knock off the Breakers in the B bracket finale. Trailing 3-0, the Storm scored five goals in the game's final 20 minutes for the win, getting three goals from Jocelyn Cone. Cheney notched their second shutout of the tournament with a 3-0 semifinal win Sunday morning over the SSC Shadow United Lafferty to reach the champion- ship game. In the title match Sun- day afternoon against the Spokane Foxes FC Premier, Cheney fell behind early but tied the game at One on a Cone goal just before half. Cone gave Cheney the lead midway through the second hall and Kai- tlin Teeters scored with five minutes to play on a low line drive from 25 yards out to ice the game and title. Cone scored in ev- ery game and had eight goals for the tourna- ment. Scott also praised the goalkeeping of Jessie Quacquarini and the play of the Storm mid- fielders. "Midfield possession. and passing to hold the ball and transition to attack was spectacular throughout the tourna- ment, not allowing the opponents much time with the ball at all," Scott said. John McCal- lum can be reached at jmac@cheneyfreepress. com. ..... N Got a story or feature idea? Contact John McCallum at or 235-6184. Oreille Cup Gold title Contributed photo by Brian Scott Members of the Cheney Storm FC U14 girls soccer club are Jessie Quacquarini, Kat Smith, Lexi Van Horne, Megan Little, Riley Carr, Mackenzie Huotari, Shalla Treffy, Kailey Estrellado, Emma Scott, Shelby Rowley, Libby Ingham, Abby Kasparek, Jocelyn Cone and Kaitlin Teeters. time between games to some important things," recover their energy and Radtke said. prepare for coming op- J o h n M c C a I - ponents inpractice, lum can be reached at "I think we can still do jmac@chene Photo by John McCallum Cheney defender Madison O'Callaghan works on stealing the ball from a Pullman player during last Thursday's game with the visiting Greyhounds. 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