Volleyball in Washington State
Ryan, a 6-5 right-handed sophomore from Lakeland High, was named to the 2022 College Sports Communicators (CSC, formerly CoSIDA) Academic All-District women’s volleyball team. Ryan, a Pac-12 freshman team pick last season, has nine games with double-digit kills down the right flank for the Cougars. She had a season-best .588 hit percentage (10-0-17) in the Washington State home opener against Cal Baptist (September 1) and a season-high 15 kills against sixth-ranked Minnesota (September 17). Ryan is an elementary school teacher in Washington State, earning credit for achieving a 3.63 grade point average in her first year and a half in the classroom.
College of Idaho women’s basketball
Riley (née Soumas), a 5-foot-3 guard from Timberlake High, sparked a come-from-behind win as the College of Idaho beat Montana Tech 53-49 in Caldwell last Saturday. The College of Idaho was as much as 11 points behind before scoring the final eight points of the game. 49-48 with 2:04 left, a three-point play by Riley gave College of Idaho the lead for the first time since the end of the first quarter. She sealed the win by taking three out of four free throws in the final seconds. Riley finished the tournament with a team-high 14 points and also had three assists.
Football in Washington State
Rieken, a 6-foot senior defenseman from Lake City High, was named to the 2022 Academic All-District Team selected by College Sports Communicators. Student-athletes must have competed in at least half of the school’s competitions and have a GPA of 3.50. Rieken, who has started 66 of 69 games played, is a promotional major and finished with six goals and four assists.
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Montana State-Northern Men’s Basketball
McCliment-Call, a 6-foot-3 junior guard from Post Falls High and Spokane’s community colleges, scored a team-high 14 points for the Lights (6-0) in a 63-51 exhibition loss to Montana Tuesday night. in Missula.
Eastern Oregon women’s soccer
The senior from Coeur d’Alene High received maiden Team All-Conference honors as well as Academic All-Conference honors from the Cascade Collegiate Conference. Skindlov started in 17 of 19 games for the Mountaineers, finishing with five goals and six assists and leading their team with 16 points. The Mounties finished their season 12-4-3 overall and 8-2-2 in conference play.