MOSES LAKE — Max Angilley scored in the 73rd minute to lift the Wenatchee boys soccer team to a 2-1 league win at Moses Lake on Tuesday.
Each team had a first-half goal — Wenatchee’s Ozzy Mejia scored in the 10th minute, and Moses Lake’s Derrick Gonzalez answered in the 27th minute — and the game was deadlocked at 1-1 for more than 45 minutes before Angilley put Wenatchee back in front.
On the game-winner, Omar Sanchez threaded a pass between two defenders, Angilley caught up with the pass and punched in a goal from about 12 yards out, Wenatchee coach Dennis Tronson said.
The Panthers had to move some people around for the game after Bryson King could not go because of a concussion.
“We moved Max to forward after Ozzy cramped up, and we had Sanchez on the outside because Bryson King could not play. We did a lot of shifting.”
Eastmont 4, West Valley 2
Joel Villa scored one goal and assisted on two others as Eastmont scored three second-half goals to pick up a win over West Valley of Yakima.
Mauricio Perez scored two goals for the Wildcats (3-1 overall), who picked up their first Big Nine victory.
Chelan 3, Ephrata 2
Guada Cardenas scored in the 75th minute to give Chelan a 3-2 non-league victory over Ephrata. Cardenas had a pair of goals in the game, and Edy Bahena also had a goal.
Cashmere 5-10, Lake Roosevelt 1-3
Ali Wisemore spun a pair of complete games, including a no-hitter in the first game, to lead Cashmere to the non-league sweep. Wisemore was also 4-for-6 with two RBI on the day.
Omak 12, Brewster 6
McKenzie Norwill and Hannah Thomason each went 3 for 4, and teammate Margie Harris added a pair of hits as Omak doubled up on the Bears.
Shirlee Ramos allowed six runs on seven hits over five innings to record the win.
Zillah 10, Cascade 4
Cascade committed all three of its errors in the fifth inning, allowing Zillah to score five runs and break open a close game.
Taliyah Riddick-Waters struck out six batters in five innings for the Kodiaks (1-2 overall). Halee Ross had two of Cascade’s four hits.
East Valley 7-18, Quincy 6-9
East Valley scored three runs in the bottom of the seventh inning to post a comeback win over Quincy in the first game of a doubleheader.
The Red Devils won the second game in six innings despite Adriana Zamarron’s three-run home run for the Jacks (0-4).
Quincy 9, Grandview 6
The Jacks scored five runs in the first inning to stake freshman starter Dallas Bassett to an early lead, and after another freshman (Porter Hodges) held the fort in the middle innings, senior Brett Petersen struck out the side in the seventh to give Quincy its first CWAC win.