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CHENEY FREE PRESS Thursday, November 26, 2015 SECTION 2 SPORTS By JOHN McCALLUM possession," Storm FCOverall the Cheney Editor head coach Brian Scott Storm FC U14 team fin- TheCheneyStormFC wrote in an email. "We ished ranked 19th in U14 girls' soccer team has simply did not give other Washington, 565th in added a league title to go teams much time with the Region 4 and 1,728th na- with their tournanSent ball. The only way we were tionaUy according to Got- success this past season, scored on was with a rare Soccer Magazine. The Storm posted a mistake, or when the op- "The girls worked ex- record of 8-0-1 in win- ponents could boot it long tremely hard to finish the ning the Washington successfully." fall season with two tour- State Northwest League Besides the league nament championships fall season champion- title, the Storm U14 girls and winning the league," ship. Cheney outscored also wonthe Pend Oreille Scott said. "Actually they its opponents 40-3, and Cup Gold Division soccer went undefeated through its only blemish came in title in Sandpoint, Idaho, all competitions. It is a a 2-2 tie with second-place Sept. 11-13 along with dedicated group." Spokane Soccer Club's the U14 Gold Division at J o h n M c C a l - Shadow G01 United Laf- the Wenatchee FC's 2015 lum can be reached at ferty onOct. 17. Apple Cup Tournament,jmac@cheneyfreepress. "The key for us wasOct. 9- 11. com. continued from page 1batic reception from Cam Soramer following a PSU 12:37 remaining intheinterception that made it first quarter. They would 27-17 with 1:45 remaining expand the lead to 10-6 inthe quarter. on a 29-yard field goalMoments earlier East- by Brandyn Bangsund at ern's - and Cheney's - 5:19 of the first. Keenan Williams forced a the Eagles were just 7 of 12 on third down. Pau/De/aneycan be reached at pdelaney@chene epress. com. PSU got the lead back on a Jones' run up the middle for 30 yards with 2:22 left in the first quar- ter. The Eagles answered on another sensational Cooper Kupp catch and run for 78 yards on a pass from Reilly Hen- nessey with 2:43 to play in the half and the Eagles took a 17-13 lead into the break. Kupp increased his season catch total to 114, ranking ninth in FCS history and breaking the Big Sky record of 112 set in 2011 by Idaho State's Rodrick Rumble. The Vikings got the lead back with a 14-0 edge in the third quarter on touchdown passes to fumble that was recovered continued from page 1 by teammate Samson Ebu- kam at the EW-U 37-yard scored10pointsinjust28 line. But Eastern gave the minutes because of foul ball back just two plays trouble. later on an interception. Leading 38-30 at the The first part of the half VonHofehelped give fourth quarter belonged to the Eagles a bit of a cush- Eastern as Wilson scored ion with a steal and assist from the I to close it to 27- to Bliznyuk on a layin. He 24 with 11:50 to play, but a followed with a layinhim- sommersaulting catch from self, and a 3-pointer with Darnell Adams restored 11:46 left that pushed the PSU's lead to 10 at 34-24 lead to 51-38. His seventh with 7:44 remaining. 3-pointer of the game at Eastern, which had 10 the 5:27 mark gave Eastern turnovers in its last two a 68-53 advantage and they games, had four turnovers against the Vikings leading to 13 PSU points. Eastern scored just seven points off three PSU turnovers. Portland State finished with 397 yards and the Jogh Kraght and an acro, Eagles had 390. However, survived a late Redhawks rally for the win. "With all the adversity around this game, it was good to get it in and good to get a win," Hayford added. ,, The Eagles, finished The Cheney Storm FC U14 girls' season title with an 8-0-1 record. with just seven turnovers, and had 16 assists. Al- though out-shot from the field 51 - 45 percent and having one less field goal in the game, Eastern made six more 3-pointers than the Redhawks. Eastern is now 2-1 and played this past Monday in a rematch against the Redhawks in Key Arena in Seattle. This Weekend, Nov. 28 and 29 Eastern is at Sacramento State in a round-robin featuring Pacific and South Dakota State. 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