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WVC volleyball after first league win today at home

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VOLLEYBALL (0-2, 1-11)

Wednesday, Yakima Valley (0-2, 3-6) home.

The Knights and Yaks enter today’s fray tied for seventh, each with no wins and two losses in league play.  Wenatchee Valley leads this series 8-6, but the Yaks have been doing most of the yipping recently by winning four for the last five matches.  In the local gym WVC has on four of six.

 

Friday, Columbia Basin, (0-1, 4-14) away.

Whereas Yakima as turned the tables on WVC lately, the Knights have done the same to Columbia Basin.  At one time CBC led the series 7-2, but the Knights have rebounded, taken six of eight and now only trail 9-8.  At Pasco the series is 3-3.

 

Ouch.  Seven straight losses break the school record of six set last season. Seven straight losses on the road also break the school record of six set last season.

 

Standings: Blue Mountain 3-0, Walla Walla 2-0, Spokane 1-0, Big Bend 1-1, Treasure Valley 1-2, Columbia Basin 0-1,

Wenatchee Valley 0-2, Yakima Valley 0-2

 

MENS SOCCER (1-3, 2-4-1)

Saturday, Shoreline (1-2-1, 1-5-2) away.

The men will complete the Western Washington portion of their league schedule with a trip to Shoreline Saturday.  SCC is currently third in the five-team North Region.  The Knights and Dolphins have played 10 times and they are all even at 4-4-2.  They last met in 2010 and finished 3-3.  In goals scored Shoreline is up 21-20.  On the Dolphins field the home team leads 3-2.

 

The Knights shutout Everett 2-0 Friday.  Blanking the opposition has not happened much lately, in fact that was the second time in 66 games.  In the 66 prior they held their foes scoreless 14 times.

 

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

 

WOMENS SOCCER (0-4, 0-6)

Friday, Green River (0-3-1, 3-3-2) away.

It’s been a while since WVC and GRCC have played, but the Knights own a four-game win streak over their Friday foes.  The Knights’ started with a win in 1998, continued with two more in 2007 and they added another in 2009.  Overall the Black and Silver lead the series 4-2-1 and are 3-1 on the Gators’ turf.  Green River is last in the six-team North Region. 

 

Saturday, Shoreline (1-2-1, 4-3-1) away.

Shoreline is another outfit Wenatchee Valley has done well against.  In a half-dozen games between 1997 and 2010 the Knights have won four, lost one and tied one.  WVC has won both games they have played at Shoreline.  In the six games Wenatchee has outscored Shoreline 21-9.

 

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