Hounds tipped by Highlanders in snowstorm

Moscow-Pullman Daily News/EiseleinPullman’s Sam Tingstad (center) outsprints a pair of Shadle Park defenders to take a late-game shot at the goal Tuesday evening at Pullman.

PULLMAN — The Pullman High boys’ soccer team attempted more shots than Shadle Park, and was tied with the Highlanders with about 16 minutes left before giving up a late goal in a 2-1 nonleague loss Tuesday.

We’re seeing a trend where we’re giving up goals late in the game, so we’ve gotta sort something out there,” Pullman coach Doug Winchell said.

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The game took place at Valley Fields, on the Washington State campus, because of snow on the Greyhounds’ natural grass field. The teams played through snowy conditions, with parents shoveling snow off the field during halftime, Winchell said.

The Greyhounds’ game on Thursday in Spokane against University will still take place, but their game Saturday at West Valley of Spokane has been postponed because of conditions. No makeup date has been set.

Shadle Park 1 1—2

Pullman 0 1—1

Shadle Park — Mason Davis (Jackson Davis), 32nd.

Pullman — Eric Kumar, 64th.

Shadle Park — Gage Smith (Mason Davis), 75th.

Shots — SP 6, Pullman 9.

Saves — SP: Rhylan Hildner 6. Pullman: Braden Patrick, 4.

COLLEGE BASEBALL

UNLV 17, Washington State 3

LAS VEGAS — UNLV pushed four runs across with three coming on a home run in the bottom of the first, which was the beginning of a long day for Washington State in the opener of its two-game nonleague set with the Rebels.

UNLV (10-7) pounded 17 hits, including two homers and four doubles.

In the third, Dillon Plew put the Cougars (6-9) on the board with a solo home run to right field. Plew has reached base in all 15 games in 2019 and his streak of 18 straight games doing so reaches back to last season.

WSU’s Collin Montez, who was hit by a pitch in the third, extended his on-base streak to 11 games.

The teams will play again today at 1:05 p.m.

Washington State 002 010 0—3 7 0

UNLV 402 704 x—17 17 0

Barison, Bush (3), Leonard (5) and Notaro. Balko, Richy (5) and Godman.

W — Balko (1-1). L — Barison (0-1). Save — none.

WSU hits — Plew (HR), Manzardo, Alvarez 2 (2B), Sinatro (3B), Notaro, Kolden (2B).

UNLV hits — Stott 2, Johnson (2B), Hanson (HR), Wold 2, Williams 2, Smith 2, Robbins 2, Pahukoa 2 (2B), Godman 2, Gamble (2B), Smith 2 (2B, HR).

GYMNASTICS

Idaho meet on tap

MOSCOW — The 2019 Idaho State Junior Olympic Gymnastics Championships will take place Friday through Sunday at Memorial Gym on the University of Idaho campus.

Over 600 athletes from throughout the Gem State will compete, and among those will be 16 athletes from Palouse Empire Gymnastics. The higher-level athletes will be competing for sports in a regional meet in April.

CROSS COUNTRY

Warriors sign two transfers

The Lewis-Clark State men’s cross country program signed a pair of College of Southern Idaho transfers on Tuesday in Chase Barrow and Clayton Vandyke.

“We are excited about both of these guys,” L-C coach Mike Collins said. “I had the opportunity to see them run on our home course this last year, where they ran very well, and again at an indoor meet this winter.”

Both ran at the NJCAA national championships, with Barrow finishing 15th and Vandyke 30th.

HONORS

WSU’s Pollard named league all-academic

LAS VEGAS — Washington State basketball junior Jeff Pollard was named to the Pac-12 All-Academic first team for the second straight year, as announced by the conference on Wednesday.

Pollard, from Bountiful, Utah, holds a 3.73 GPA in business, with an emphasis on management/operations. He’ll graduate this spring and pursue a master’s degree.

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