Martinez scored 5 goals in the loss to Phoenix – Ashland Tidings

PHOENIX – It took Victor Martinez just one half to score five goals for the undefeated Phoenix boys soccer team, which drove to an 8-0 Skyline Conference win over Klamath Union on Monday.

Martinez scored three goals in the first eight minutes of the second half. He scored in the 43rd, 46th, 48th, 62nd and 79th minutes for the Pirates (6-0, 2-0 Skyline), who scored a total of seven goals in the second half.

Martinez also prepared his brother Ethan Martinez for a goal in the 69th minute.

The Pirates played many of their young players to start the game. Jacob Moody broke the ice for Phoenix in the 17th minute with a setup by Bryan Ramos. Jacob’s brother Jaden Moody scored a 45-yard goal in the final 30 seconds of the competition.

Goalkeeper Tucker Speaks rallied two saves for Phoenix.

The Pelicans dropped to 1-3 overall and in the Skyline game to 0-2.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 8, PACIFIC 0: In Langlois, Alex Wigger stole the show with five goals – four in the first half – when Rogue Valley Adventist won the Rule of Grace.

Wigger scored in the first, 30th, 38th, 40th and 69th minutes and set up Daven Wilson’s score in the 57th minute before Wilson returned the favor for Wigger’s final goal.

The Red Tail Hawks (2-0) also scored a goal and assisted by Bryce Perry, and David Zamudio equalized in the 33rd minute.

Josh Nunn and Cody Mendenhall were key defensive figures for RVA, and goalkeeper Aaron Wilson made four saves.

Girls soccer

KLAMATH UNION 3, PHOENIX 1: Phoenix started a little flat at Klamath Falls and Klamath Union took advantage of an early goal en route to a Skyline Conference win.

Maddy Mayer scored for Phoenix (2-3, 0-2 Skyline) in the last 10 minutes of the competition.

The Pirates allowed a goal in the second minute and only allowed another KU score in the 58th minute before the Pelicans in the 65th minute.

Midfielder Morgan James played physically and distributed the ball well, while center-back Ruby Rector helped steer Phoenix’s defense.


NS. MARY’S 3, BROOKINGS PORT 1: St. Mary’s junior Kelsey Dunn had 16 kills and eight blocks while senior Lainey Stranberg added eight kills in a 25-21, 26-24, 17-25, 25-19 home win.

Maddie Ward participated with five kills and Albie Borovansky had 17 digs for the Crusaders (7-6, 3-1 FWL), while Emma Johnston came to Kaitlyn Hansen with 12 digs each. Hansen also had 25 assists.

ROGUE VALLEY ADVENTIST 3, ELKTON 0: Rogue Valley Adventist setter Olivia Barber helped the offense flow with 19 assists and seven aces, while outside hitter Emma Bischoff delivered 15 kills as the Red Tail Hawks won their seventh straight contest, 25-16, 25-13, 25-9.

Rogue Valley Adventist (7-1) also collected eight kills from Michaela Porter and seven digs from Isabell Zamora.

The loss brought Elkton 3-7 overall.

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