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Knight soccer teams end season at home

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MENS SOCCER (2-7-3, 3-8-4)

Saturday, Walla Walla (9-0-2, 12-1-2) home.

The gentlemen conclude their 2013 season with a home game against league leading Walla Walla…a touch assignment.  The Warriors lost their first game of the season and haven’t been defeated in 13 games since.  In their first match of the fall Walla Walla beat WVC 5-1 and has won three in a row with the Knights.  Overall WWCC is on top in the series 14-10-6, and they are 6-5-3 on the local campus.


Oh hum.  Walla Walla has the league title again.  For the Warriors it is their third straight and eighth in the last 10 years.


Standings: Walla Walla 9-0-2, Spokane 7-3-1, Columbia Basin 2-4-5, Treasure Valley 3-8-1, Wenatchee Valley 2-7-3


WOMENS SOCCER (1-11-2, 1-13-2)

Wednesday, Yakima Valley (0-14-0, 1-15-0) home.

Today the Knights host winless (in league play) Yakima Valley.  Wenatchee Valley’s only win of the season came in Yakima when they shutout the Yaks 3-0.  WVC’s offense has picked up in that triumph over YVC.  In the 10 games prior Wenatchee scored but five goals (0.5 per game).  In the last six contests they’ve tallied 10 (1.7 per game).  At home the Knights are 2-2-2 vs. YVC.


Saturday, Walla Walla (12-1-1, 16-1-1) home.

Quite the schedule, end the season with two home games this week, one against last-place Yakima Valley and the other with first-place Walla Walla.  The Warriors have just been flat nasty to the Knights over the years, winning 30, losing only two and tying one.  In doing so they’ve outscored the local contingent 202 to 17…that’s 6.1 to 0.5 per game.  Ouch!  When they met in Walla Walla a couple of weeks ago the home team won 6-0.


Quite the battle for the east championship.  Walla Walla has 37 points and Spokane 36 (3 for a win, 1 for a tie).  The two play today at Walla Walla.  The Sasquatch won their first meeting 2-0, the only blemish on the Warriors record.  The Warriors finish the league season here and Spokane at Columbia Basin Saturday.


Standings: Walla Walla 12-1-1, Spokane 11-0-3, Columbia Basin 6-6-2, Treasure Valley 1-9-4,Wenatchee Valley

1-11-2, Yakima Valley 0-14-0


VOLLEYBALL (1-8, 6-22)

Wednesday, Columbia Basin (3-6, 11-24) home.

Just one match this week and that’s with fourth-place Columbia Basin…and it is at home today.  A month ago the Hawks beat WVC 3-1 in Pasco.  CBC has won two in a row from WVC and leads the series 10-8.  In W.B. Smith Gymnasium Wenatchee Valley has won half of the six matches played.


Standings: Blue Mountain 10-0, Spokane 7-1, Walla Walla 6-3, Big Bend 5-6, Columbia Basin 3-6, Treasure Valley 3-7, Yakima Valley 3-7, Wenatchee Valley 1-8.