Northwest Notes December 15, 2010
Community Colleges of Spokane soccer
Eborall, a freshman from Coeur d'Alene High, was named to the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges All-East Region team.
Walla Walla Community College soccer
Hoerner, a sophomore from Post Falls High, was named to the Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges All-East Region team.
City College of
Menard, a sophomore from Lake City High, is the starting center for the Rams, who lost 34-7 to Mt. San Antonio College last Saturday in the California Community College Athletic Association championship game in Walnut, Calif. Mt. SAC (13-0) also claimed their second straight unofficial national title after entering the game ranked No. 1 in the JCGridwire.com national rankings. City College of San Francisco (11-1) was ranked second. In two years at CCSF, Menard's team lost just two games.
Loper, a freshman from Post Falls High, scored 19 points in 21 minutes for the Pride (5-1) in a 96-69 win against Niagara on Thursday to earn her third Colonial Athletic Association Rookie of the Week honor this season.
Baker, a sophomore from Coeur d'Alene, had nine points and nine rebounds for the Grizzlies (3-7) in a 62-55 loss to Portland on Sunday in Missoula.
McArthur, a junior from Post Falls High, scored seven points and had four rebounds for the Boxers (1-5) in a 82-61 loss to Corban on Dec. 7 at the C.E. Jeffers Sports Center in Salem, Ore.
Jones, a senior formerly of North Idaho College, scored 18 points for the Vikings (6-2) in a 93-89 win over Cal-State Fullerton on Sunday in Portland.
Corsi, a sophomore from St. Maries High, had 12 points and eight rebounds in the Warriors' 98-90 overtime win over Olympic on Saturday in the Big Bend Community College Classic.