REYNOLDS 6, GRESHAM 0 — The Raiders opened the league season Monday with a shutout win, taking a 2-0 lead into intermission on goals by Mario Cruz and Angel Orozco. The Raiders stayed on the attack after the break, highlighted when Bodo Calderon sent a long ball ahead to Gerardo Mejia, who played It in from the right sideline for Sergio Tinoco to clean up at the front of the goal.
Rogelio Uribe scoring twice over the final 40 minutes, Angel Vides also found the goal.
CENTENNIAL 6, SANDY 0 — The Eagles opened the league schedule with a shutout win, grabbing the lead five minutes into the match. Angel Santiago provided the night's final goal by elevating over a crowd on a corner kick and deflecting a header into the net.
Andrew Martinez had two goals and an assist, while Santiago also scored twice. Noel Beltran and Giovanni Lugo also scored, while Moji Tajik assisted on two goals.
DAVID DOUGLAS 1, BARLOW 0 — The Scots picked up their first league win Wednesday night with rookie Sebastian Rodriguez scoring the only goal of the night off an assist from Ayub Ahmed.
DAMASCUS CHRISTIAN 3, COLUMBIA CHRISTIAN 1 — The Eagles won the battle of undefeated league teams with all of the scoring coming in the final 40 minutes. Zach Nelson put Damascus in front shortly after intermission with a close-range shot off an assist from Keon Miller.
After seeing the Knights even the score, Damascus Christian's Micah Colburn curved a corner kick into the net for the winning goal with about 15 minutes to play. Colburn netted another late goal when a feed from Nathan Bogdan created a breakaway chance. Colburn took a touch past the goalie and poked the ball into the open net.
CENTENNIAL 3, SANDY 2 — The Eagles bounced back from an early 2-0 deficit, tying the scoring on Lexi Howard's goal midway through the second half. Centennial netted the winner with six minutes to play after Sandy was whistled for a hand ball, setting up Cassidy Belmont to score off the free kick from 25 yards out.
Sandy pushed for a tying goal late, but Centennial defender Madisen Kramer chased down a play from behind to thwart a breakaway chance. Centennial goalie Camille Rio turned away Sandy's final chance by saving a corner kick with three minutes left.
Lize Rendon put the Eagles onto the scoreboard with a goal in the 27th minute.
BARLOW SWEEPS HOME DUAL — Racing on its home course, the Barlow boys scored a 10-point win over David Douglas, clinched when Barlow's No. 4 runner Braydon Lee reached the finish line five seconds ahead of the Scots' No. 3 racer.
Barlow's Cade Kooch led all Mount Hood Conference runners, placing third overall in 17:13.8, while Charlie Bailey came through in sixth place in 17:23.3.
Lucson Voisine led the Scots in fifth place in 17:20.7.
The Barlow girls won a forfeit victory against a David Douglas squad that sent only two runners onto the course. Janessa Teachout led the Bruins in seventh overall in 21:22.2, while Angelica Gatica-Gomez paced David Douglas in 11th place in 21:40.7.
KRUSE PLACES FOURTH — Reynolds' Kaitlyn Kruse came in fourth overall at a league race at Fernhill Park on Tuesday. She covered the 5K course in 19:13.69, coming in several strides behind Central Catholic's Amara Christensen in the battle for the lead spot among Mount Hood Conference teams.
Central Catholic swept past Reynolds and Clackamas in the team scoring.
Felipe Cordero Fraire led the Reynolds boys in 16th place with a time of 16:40.44. Central Catholic swept both boys duals, posting a perfect score against the Raiders.
RAMIREZ LEADS LEAGUE PACK — Gresham senior Taylor Ramirez was the top Mount Hood Conference finisher Tuesday at Centennial High, coming in five seconds ahead of Sandy's Souvanny Carpenter. Ramirez placed fourth overall in 20:48.70. The Pioneers swept the team duals, while Centennial scored a seven-point win over Gresham. Kim Tu led the Eagles in eighth place in 22:25.
Sandy swept the boys duals with Tyler Callaway and Jeret Gillingham coming in 1-2 just a second apart at the front of the pack. The duo came through a stride ahead of Roosevelt's lead racers.
Jason DeLeon led Centennial in sixth place in 21:00, winning a sprint to the finish line against Sandy's Tayler Kellim in a showdown among top 800-meter runners from the track season.
This recaps are slated to appear in our Friday, Oct. 11, print edition.
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