NHS round-up

The Newberg girls lacrosse team suffered a sobering 13-3 loss to Sherwood in its first game back from spring break April 1, but made amends two days later by beating Glencoe for the first time in program history 14-6.

Eight different Tigers scored in the victory, led by Christina Bryan, who notched a hat trick to go along with five draw controls.

Freshmen Rebekah Stoltzfus and Lexi Barr added two goals apiece, as did Lexi Greer and Abby Turner, but just as impressive was the defensive effort, according to head coach Terry Paskett.

The effort on that side of the ball was spearheaded by Greer, Abby Reohr and Olivia Myers, all of who collected three ground balls to help Newberg earn its first win in Hillsboro Stadium.

“This game found us playing great team defense, good passing and ball control to allow eight of our young ladies to score,” Paskett said. “It was a great rebound win after the loss to Sherwood.”

The Tigers turned around to beat West Salem 7-5 Friday, again getting three goals and five draw controls from Bryan. Clarissa Barr, Sydney Kosmicki, Stoltzfus and Reohr scored one goal apiece in the win, which saw Myers and Reohr nab six and seven ground balls, respectively.

Kylie Duey and Caitlin Adams both spent time in net, with Duey snagging eight of the team’s 11 saves.

Unfortunately, Newberg was brought back to earth by state-title contender Wilsonville, which rolled to an 18-2 win Monday.

The Tigers will look for a better performance when they host the Bowmen at 7 p.m. Wednesday. then enjoy five days off before their next contest.

Girls tennis

Tualatin 5, Newberg 3 — Sam Russo prevailed 2-6, 6-2, 6-4 over Ayumi Mizuno at No. 1 singles and Kassie Grove pasted Sarah Lemieux 6-1, 6-1 at No. 2, but Tualatin took the other two singles matches and three doubles contests. Melissa Lattig and Rachel Lindquist were 6-0, 7-6 winners at No. 3 doubles for Newberg.

Newberg 6, Century 2 — Sisters and district title favorites Eka and Neyen Essien secured the Jaguars’ two wins, but Century also forfeited two doubles matches. Ashley Johnston and Selina and Delaney Spellman won at No. 3 and No. 4 singles, respectively. Lattig and Lindquist were also victorious at No. 3 doubles, as were Morgan Johnson and Naivit Velasquez at No. 4.

Girls rugby

Newberg 48, West Linn 15 — The Tigers took advantage of the shorthanded Lions, who were down two players, jumping out to a 29-10 lead by halftime. Hailey Halvorson converted three tries in the game, with Kake Oylear adding two. D.D. Oylear, Natalie Duce and rookie Amber Armbuster added single tries for Newberg, which got three conversion kicks from Krista Coffin and one from Genesis Ulloa.

Boys track & field

Newberg 76.5, McMinn­ville 68.5 — Newberg won both relays and got first-place finishes from Colin Hyatt in both the 100- and 200-meter dashes. Also winning for Newberg were Jonathan Boss in the 400, Dan Harper in the 800, Zane Burgess in the 110 hurdles, Brandon Zimmerman in the shot put, Trevor Danielson in the javelin, Daniel Stahlnecker in the pole vault and Jack Kerwin in the long jump.

Junction City Invitational — St. Paul placed 12th with 673.5 points. The Bucks’ top finishers were David Elias, who was sixth in the 800, and Austin Burleson, who placed seventh in the discus.

Estacada Small School Invite — Austin Friedrich and Elon Grovey went 3-4 in the 400 to pace C.S. Lewis Academy, which finished eighth with 33 points. Friedrich was also third in the high jump, while Christian Blair took third in the 3,000 and seventh in the 1,500.

Girls track & field

McMinnville 94, Newberg 50 — Winners for Newberg were Madeline Whalen in the 200, Katie Radcliffe in the 800, Monica Kelly in the 300 hurdles, and Emma Burridge in the high jump. Tiger Natalie Peterson (122-06) was edged out by two inches by Bethany Mohler in the javelin.

Junction City Invitational — St. Paul finished 10th with 679 points. Remy Brentano placed third in the long jump, seventh in the 100, eighth in the 200 and anchored the seventh-place 4 x 100 relay team. Emma Coleman was sixth in the shot put and the 4 x 400 relay team took seventh.

Estacada Small School Invite — CSLA was sixth out of 11 teams with 25 points. Katelyn Reimer was third in the 1,500 and eighth in the 200 for the Watchmen, who also got a fourth place showing in the javelin from Lana Friedrich.

Boys lacrosse

Newberg 13, La Salle 12 — The Tigers prevailed in double overtime to earn their first win of the season.

Newberg 12, North Eugene 2 — Newberg evened its record at 2-2 with the road win.


Newberg 4, McNary 3 — The Tigers scored three in the top of the seventh to steal the win. Tyler DeLashmutt drove in two runs for Newberg.

Grants Pass 4, Newberg 1 — The Tigers didn’t get on the board until the top of the seventh and managed just four hits.

McKay 6, Newberg 2 — Anthony Adams and Jason Mauleon drove in runs for the Tigers (2-6), who begin league play this week.

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