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WVC womens soccer on the upswing

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WOMENS SOCCER (1-8-1, 1-10-1)

Wednesday, Walla Walla (8-1-1, 12-1-1) away.

This week the Knights venture into the hotbed of soccer in the East.  Since the formation of the East Region in 2005 WWCC has finished first seven of the eight years…they were second last fall.  Check this out, In 8½ seasons in league play they are 133-3-9.  Needless to say, the Knights have had their troubles in the series.  Walla Walla leads 29-2-1 and has won 24 in a row.


Saturday, Treasure Valley (0-7-3, 0-7-3) home.

In one of their better performances of the season, the Knights traveled all the way to Ontario a couple of weeks ago and tied Treasure Valley 1-1.  The week begins with WVC in third place, one point ahead of the Chukars.  Wenatchee has four points and TVCC three.  Three points are awarded for a win and one for a tie.  Games with Treasure Valley have been rough for the local squad.  The Oregon outfit leads the series 17-3-3.


The 3-0 whitewashing of Yakima Valley Wednesday ended three school record streaks: 42 consecutive non-winning (loss, tie) games, 37 consecutive non-winning league games and 24 consecutive non-winning away games.


The three goals against the Yaks were the most in 56 overall games (11/9/10, 4-2 over Treasure Valley), they were the most in 48 league games (same game with TV), and the most in 37 road games (9/7/10, 5-0 over Olympic).


Standings: Walla Walla 8-1-1, Spokane 7-0-3, Columbia Basin 4-4-2, Wenatchee Valley 1-8-1, Treasure Valley 0-7-3, Yakima Valley 0-10-0


VOLLEYBALL (1-6, 2-15)

Wednesday, Big Bend (3-5, 8-15) away.

Keeping the streak alive.  The first time WVC played BBCC the latter won.  They have played 13 times since and all have been Black and Silver victories…and Wenatchee Valley has won 38 of 42 sets.  In six matches, the Knights have never lost in Moses Lake.


Friday and Saturday, Bellevue Crossover Tournament, Bellevue.

The Knights will join 11 other teams for a two-day crossover tourney in Bellevue.  Wenatchee Valley opens Friday morning against Centralia (2-4, 3-9).  WVC has only faced the Trailblazers twice, both in 2009 and both Knight wins.  Besides Bellevue and Wenatchee Valley the other teams in the event are Blue Mountain, Clackamas, Clark, Columbia Basin, Grays Harbor, Olympic, Skagit Valley, Southwestern Oregon and Tacoma.


Standings: Blue Mountain 9-0, Spokane 6-1, Walla Walla 5-2, Treasure Valley 3-4, Big Bend 3-5, Columbia Basin 2-5, Wenatchee Valley 1-6, , Yakima Valley 1-7


MENS SOCCER (2-4-2, 3-5-3)

Wednesday, Walla Walla (6-0-2, 9-1-2) away.

Ditto.  See Walla Walla women above in reference to Warrior soccer dominance.  The men are the same – six East Region championships in the last eight years and a record of 97-16-20.  The Knight men though have held their own with WWCC.  After 29 games they only trail 13-10-6.


Saturday, Treasure Valley (2-6-1, 2-6-1) home.

The Knights and Chukars have split 23 games with each school winning 10 and there been three ties.  On a trip to the Eastern Oregon town of Ontario on the 5th Wenatchee Valley upended Treasure Valley 2-1.  WVC is fourth in the standings and TVCC fifth.  A triumph for the Knights will even the series on the home field at 5-5-2.


Standings: Walla Walla 6-0-2, Spokane 4-3-1, Columbia Basin 2-2-4, Wenatchee Valley 2-4-2, Treasure Valley 2-6-1