Blackhawks run soccer table against Spokane Valley schools, Clarkston
Cheney boys’ soccer head coach Mark Kiver best summed up the Blackhawks three Great Northern League wins last week.
“You have three games in a week, score 16 goals and give up none, that’s a pretty good week,” Kiver said.
Indeed it was as Cheney stretched its league-leading mark to 6-0, improving to 7-2 overall. Those three wins included a 3-0 shutout of second-place Pullman (4-2, 5-4, 12 points) Saturday, which coupled with the Greyhounds 4-2 loss Thursday at Colville helped the Blackhawks open a two-game lead in the standings.
Cheney attacked Pullman from the opening whistle with...