Simon Lindsay scored two goals as the Ashland High boys soccer team rebounded from Friday's loss with a 7-0 thumping of Springfield, Saturday at Ashland Middle School.




The Grizzlies, who were dominated by North, possessed the ball well while improving to 2-1-1 with the nonconference win. "They came ready to play and they performed," Ashland head coach Eisa Tiaa Tutu said.




Girls soccer




At Springfield, Molly MacGraw scored two goals to lead Ashland in a 4-0 nonleague win over Springfield on Saturday.




MacGraw opened with a goal in the sixth minute, then set up McKenzie Hedges for Ashland's second goal off a corner kick in the 10th minute.




MacGraw tacked on her second score in the 43rd minute, and Jessy Peters added the final goal in the 55th minute.




Women's volleyball




The Southern Oregon volleyball team earned its second home win of the season Saturday, sweeping Northwest University at McNeal Pavilion. The Raiders beat the Eagles 30-18, 30-22, 30-22.




Southern Oregon (8-4, 3-1 Cascade) had another solid night of hitting, nailing 49 kills on 115 attempts for a .235 hitting percentage. The Raiders hit .303 in Game — before falling to .132 in Game 2 and bouncing back to .273 in Game 3. Northwest (1-5, 0-4) was held to .034 on the night, registering 27 kills on 118 attempts.




Senior Jaclyn Hamilton-Smith led the Raiders with 12 kills, while Richelle Millsap and Mia Wortel each tallied 10 kills. Shanna Claflin added nine kills to the Raider offense. Claflin added five blocks, while Wortel had six.




Emily Stone put up 17 digs on the night for the Raiders and Lindsey Stone tallied 10 digs and 40 assists.




The Eagles were led by Lauren Holtz, who had 11 kills, while setter Tarah Petrick aided with 23 assists.




The Raiders host William Jessup on Thursday. The nonconference match will be held at McNeal Pavilion at 2 p.m.




Women's soccer




The Raiders were handed their third loss of the season Sunday, falling 5-1 to No. 6-ranked Carroll College in a nonconference match at University Field.




Carroll led just 1-0 at the half, but broke the game open after the break by scoring four goals.