Joey Roos (West Albany) had seven tackles Saturday in Western Oregon’s 41-16 home loss to Azusa Pacific in Monmouth. Teammate Nathan Jones (Scio) added two tackles.


Ty Hargis (Lebanon) had a 16-yard touchdown run Saturday in Pacific’s 41-13 victory at Willamette in Salem. Hargis also had one reception for 32 yards.

For Willamette, Jackson Davis (West Albany) recorded one tackle.


Grant Schroeder (Santiam Christian) completed 7 of 24 passes for 55 yards with no touchdowns and two interceptions Saturday in George Fox’s 13-3 home loss to Pacific Lutheran in Newberg. Teammate Chase Hudson (Santiam Christian) started at right guard.


Jakeb Cripe (Lebanon) had nine tackles, 2.5 for loss, and a sack Saturday in College of the Redwoods’ 24-16 loss at Los Medanos in Pittsburg, California.


Maddy Gravley (Santiam Christian) had four kills and a block assist Sunday in Oregon State’s road sweep of California.

Friday, Gravley had three block assists, one dig and one kill in a straight-sets loss at Stanford.


Ally Benedict (West Albany) had two assists and a dig Saturday in Portland State’s five-set loss at Sacramento State.

Last Thursday, Benedict had four digs in a four-set home victory over Montana.


Libbie Hoene (Lebanon) had 36 digs, three assists, two aces and a kill last Thursday in Western Oregon’s five-set loss at Montana State Billings.


Emma Ryan (Lebanon) had 10 digs, two assists and an ace Saturday in Southern Oregon’s five-set home loss to Northwest Christian in Ashland.

Friday, Ryan had 12 digs and an assist in a five-set loss to visiting Corban.


Whitney Webster (West Albany) had two kills, four digs, three stuff blocks and a block assist Saturday in Oregon Tech’s five-set home loss to Corban in Klamath Falls.

Friday, Webster had two kills, three digs, two assists and one block assist in a five-set home win over Northwest Christian. Teammate Bella Smith (Santiam Christian) tallied one dig.


Amber Parker (West Albany) had 12 kills, 13 digs, two aces, an assist and a stuff block Saturday in Corban’s five-set win at Oregon Tech. Teammates Marandah Boeder (West Albany) added 12 kills and three block assists, Madison Milligan (Santiam Christian) 37 assists, 13 digs and an ace and Haley Wells (West Albany) 19 digs, an ace and an assist.

Friday, Parker had 16 kills, 12 digs and three block assists, Boeder nine kills, two block assists and a dig, Milligan 36 assists, nine digs and an ace and Wells 22 digs, three assists and an ace in a five-set win at Southern Oregon.


Cara Crosby (Santiam Christian) had three digs, two assists and an ace Saturday in Whitworth’s 3-1 loss at Linfield in McMinnville.

Friday, Crosby had one ace and one assist in a five-set win at Pacific in Forest Grove.


Jane Cale (West Albany) had 45 assists, 11 digs, two block assists and an ace Saturday in Chemeketa’s 3-1 victory at Clark in Vancouver, Washington. Teammate Lauren Kerlegan (Lebanon) added six kills, five digs, two block assists, an ace and an assist.

For the second time this season, Cale was voted Northwest Athletic Conference setter of the week.


Maddie Norris (Lebanon) had five digs, two aces and a kill Saturday in Linn-Benton’s road sweep of Southwestern Oregon in Coos Bay. Teammate Kya Knuth (Lebanon) added a kill and a dig.

Friday, Norris had three kills, four digs, a block assist and an ace while Knuth had four digs in a straight-sets win at Umpqua in Roseburg.

Men’s soccer

Igor Hubenya (South Albany) started in the midfield Saturday as Corban dropped a 2-1 decision to Southern Oregon in the Cascade Collegiate Conference Tournament championship match in Springfield.

Hubenya recorded one shot in Friday’s 1-0 victory over Northwest.

The Warriors have qualified for the NAIA National Tournament, which begins Nov. 18.

Men’s cross-country

Chris Morgan (South Albany), competing for Warner Pacific, finished 76th with a time of 35 minutes, 33.1 seconds Saturday at the 8,000-meter CCC Championships in La Grande.

— Compiled by Bob Lundeberg