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Tenino 3, Ocosta 1
Tenino's Sarah Coffman scored in the fourth minute, and Beavers teammate Barbara Arechiga added another in the ninth. Jenny Slocum added the third for Tenino.
"Chelsie Montgomery had a fantastic game," Tenino coach Kurt Brown said of his center-midfielder. "She collected and distributed the ball very well."
Tumwater 4, River Ridge 0
Charlene Hitchcock scored the first goal of the game and assisted Katie Bergquist on the third goal as the Tumwater Thunderbirds remained undefeated through five games in the Class 2A Evergreen Conference.
Tumwater took 15 shots on goal to none for River Ridge.
Rochester 3, Castle Rock 2
Down by two goals going into the second half, the Rochester Warriors mounted an offensive attack that won the Southwest Washington 1A Trico Division game.
Freshman forward Bryana Braykodich scored in the 49th minute to get the ball rolling for Rochester.
Coming off a multi-goal game against Class 2A Elma, Braykodich scored the winner off an assist from Sarah Field, who also scored for the Warriors (1-2 league, 4-3 overall).
"Bryana's always wanting to beat that defender to the ball," Rochester coach Jamie Black said of Braykodich's aggressive style. "She's a very physical player and has a good left foot, despite her right foot being primary."
Chehalis 191, River Ridge 226
The Chehalis Bearcats simply had more consistency at Newaukum Valley Golf Course, besting the River Ridge Hawks by 37 strokes.
River Ridge's Casey Adams was the EvCo match's medalist with a 1-under-par 35.
Adams' return to the lineup, although not enough for the team to win, was a positive, according to Hawks coach Gary Larson.
"Last week, we were struggling," Larson said of the team's 0-2 record without Adams. "He comes back, and we win three in a row. I hope today was kind of a fluke. This is a much easier course than we're used to playing. I can't explain it."
Capital 187, Yelm 223
The day belonged to Capital's Jarred Bossio from the first shot at Olympia Country and Golf Club.
Bossio pulled a 3-wood from his bag and hit his tee shot within three feet of the hole. He then sank his put for eagle. Every hole after that, he made par.
Bossio and his Capital teammates went on to beat Yelm.
"He missed a few putts coming in," Capital coach Greg Santora said. "Four players in the 30s was a good overall team effort."
Tyler Zawasta led Yelm with a round of 40.
"We're looking forward to playing Tumwater (today)," Santora said of his 3:30 p.m. match at Tumwater Valley Municipal Golf Course.