Julia Agarkov had a goal and an assist to help the Heritage girls soccer team end a long winless string by beating Hudson’s Bay 2-1.
Timberwolves’ second-year coach Bryan Housley said that according to records he’s seen this is the program’s first win in more than six years.
Hudson’s Bay took a 1-0 lead on a penalty kick by Miranda Malagon before Agarkov scored an unassisted goal then set up Kailey Wooten’s go-ahead goal. All the scoring came before halftime at Kiggins Bowl.
Stars of the day
- Shelby Vermeulen, La Center soccer, was credited with 18 saves, including two during the tiebreaker penalty kicks, to help the Wildcats defeat Kalama.
- Isabelle Hampson, Washougal soccer, scored two second-half goals to lift the Panthers to a 2-0 win over Evergreen.
- Lauren Harris, Camas volleyball, had 21 kills, nine digs and five aces in the Papermakers four-set win over Prairie.
- Clayton Rajewich, King’s Way Christian boys golf, shot at 2-over-par 38 to take medalist honors as King’s Way lost to Woodland at Club Green Meadows.
- Taryn Ries, Ridgefield girls soccer, scored the Spudders’ first three goals in a 5-1 win over Kelso.
- Madisen Stimmel, La Center volleyball, had six kills and seven digs as the Wildcats improved to 3-0 in Trico League play by beating Stevenson.
- Shelby Swanson, Skyview volleyball, had 16 digs and 23 assists in the Storm’s 3-0 win over Columbia River.