By John McCallum

Cheney stays perfect in GNL soccer play chools

Blackhawks' hope wins this week at Clarkston, Pullman send them into much needed spring break in first place


John McCallum

Freshman midfielder Kelby Holland battles a pair of West Valley players for ball possession Saturday.

Next week's spring break isn't coming soon enough for the Cheney boys' soccer team.

The team's first couple weeks of the season have been challenging, helped not only by a busy schedule - including four non-league games with Greater Spokane League 4A schools - but also injuries leaving them short-handed at times. Despite the challenges the Blackhawks continued their strong start by going 2-0-1 in three games last week.

Cheney wrapped up its non-league slate by battling GSL's Lewis and Clark to a 2-2 tie last Monday at Joe Albi Stadium. The Blackhawks' two Ians - Schimandle and Shirey - not...

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