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2 IC"E"EY " EP"ESS Thursday, October 29, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS ullm in Photo by John McCallum Cheney senior Olivia Swenson controls a long ball against a Pullman defender during the first half of Saturday's regular season finale against the visiting Greyhounds. By JOHN McCALLUM Editor Inaway, lastSaturday's shootout loss to Pullman in the regular-season finale for both teams exemplified the Cheney girls' soccer team's season -- one break shy of success. After finishing 80 min- utes of regulation and 10 minutes of two overtime periods, the Lady Black- hawks and Greyhounds were tied at 3 with Pull- man preparing to take its fifth shot in the first round of five. Needing a goal to win, Anna Mari Petrino's shot struck the cross- bar almost dead center and went straight down, bouncing several times on the ground. After a few seconds, with Pullman players,left corner of Pullman's Blackhawks are the play- coaches and fans lobbying defensive end, worked a offs, with Cheney facing the ballwas inside the line pass back to Eaton whoa loser-out contest today for a score, and Cheney's crossed the ball in front (Thursday, Oct. 29) at players and fans waving of the net where Leliesecond place West Valley, it off, the referee signaled Holland rushed forward10-2, 11-4. the score that gave the to knock in the goalfromRadtke is excited Greyhounds the 2-1 win just outside the 18-yard about the match up, de- on the Lady Blackhawks box. spite Cheney losing all Senior Day. Pullman tied the game three games to the Eagles, "You have to rely on 18 minutes later on a long including last Thursday's the referee and he was floating ball from Sierra 3-0 loss in Millwood. The standing right there," Robinson from close toLady Blackhawks kept the Cheney head coach Nels the sidelines just inside Eagles off the scoreboard Radtke said. ' midfield on Cheney's de- for the first 60 minutes, The Lady Blackhawksfensive end. Lady Black- and just missed taking played hard and well in hawks goalkeeper Nicole leads on several occa- the final home game for Rowley got a hand on the sions as shots striking the seniors Jasmine McCauley, floater but couldn't keep posts bounced outinstead Rhylee Crawford, Olivia out what Radtke termedof in. Swenson and Reba Eaton. a "cheap shot." "We can play with Cheney took a 1-0 lead "Who knows if she them," Radtkesaid. "The in the 18th minute when was even shooting?" hescores don't show it, but Gabby Nguyen tracked added, in terms of game play, down a long ball near the Cheney ended the it's been a lot closer." regular season 1-11 in J 0 h n M c C a l - Great Northern League lum can be reached at play, fifth, and 2-14 over- jmac@cheneyfreepress. all. Next up for the Lady com. continued from page 113-7), Oct. 27. While the hawkswin, they' U not only bye into the championship Blackhawks clawed their win the regular season round. "Ally Jones stepped way back to first in the district title, but also host "I really think my girls into the libero position after league standings, Pull- the league playoffs, Oct. have battled aU season and the Sheridan Classic (Oct. 8) man dropped to second31-Nov.1. I'm excited to see how they andshe'sdoneamazingfor after back-to-back losses Iftheylose, PullmanwiU show up at the end/" Zor- us," Zorrozuasaid. to East Valley, Oct. 20 and win the GNL title by virtue rozua said. "Being that this Cheney (8-3 GNL, 9-3 Clarkston, Oct. 22. of head-to-head meetings is my first year, if s been overall) wrapped up itsCheney and Pullman and will host the tourna- intense and exciting." regular season against the are 1-1 against each other ment. The tournament AI Stover can be reached Pullman Greyhounds (7-4, this season. If the Black- host will get an automatic at runc continued from page 1 conference. Since Jones' reinstatement, the two have resumed their trash talking. But there's specula- tion that Jones will have a tune-up fight before a shot at the title. In a state- ment, the UFC wrote that it is currently discussing a potential date for Jones' rgturn, but there was no mention of Cormier as an opponent. While Jones' image as a fighter hasn't been tar- nished, his life outside of the octagon has taken a few hits over the years. The hit-and-run acci- dent wasn't his first run-in with legal trouble. In 2012, he was arrested for driving under the influence after he drove his vehicle into a pole. Before his fight with Cormier, he tested posi- tive for benzoylecgonme, a metabolite of cocaine. The Nevada State Athletic Commission didn't pre- vent Jones from fighting because benzoylecgonine is not banned out-of-com- petition by the World Anti- Doping Agency. Jones entered a one-night stay in rehab after the news came out. Although it reinstated Jones, the UFC isn't giving any leeway to their former champion. In a statement, Lorenzo Ferttita, UFC chairman and CEO, stated that he and the promotion has made it clear that they have ex- pectations from Jones and that his reinstatement is a "privilege, not a right." Part of Jones" condi- tions in the plea agree- ment includes 72 separate appearances for charity or youth outreach. His public relations team has already bombarded various news sources with pictures of Jones appearing at local Boys and Girls clubs, juve- nile detention centers and elementary schools. Hopefully, these good deeds are genuine and Jones can keep himself on the straight-and-narrow. Jones is regarded as one of the most dan- gerous fighters on the planet but his toughest opponent may in fact be, himself. Al Stover can be reached at Athlete of the Week Cross CounW Medical lake Owl I)harmacy Denny's Harvest Foods proudly sponsors Medical Lake CARDINAL Athlete of the Week Cross CounW Denny's We Honestly Care! 299-3251 of the Week from Cheney CHENEY FEDERAL CREDIT UNION 520 1st Street/P.O. Box 160 Cheney, WA 99004-0160 Cheney facebook,com/cheneyfcu 509.235-6533. Medical Lake 509-299-6533 @CheneyFCU CFCU Membership is open to all who live, work, worship or attend school in the Cheney and Medical Lake School districts. Very LOW Loan Rates, plus many more member benefits. 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