COLLEGE PLACE, Wash. — Southern Oregon’s winning streak hit seven games, the longest in team history, in a 10-1 Cascade Conference blowout of the Walla Walla (Wash.) Wolves on Sunday that featured a record-breaking performance by freshman Noah Addie.
Addie, a forward from Portland, became the third Raider this season to record a hat trick and added an assist for seven total points — the most ever for an SOU player in a single game. Junior Rivas pitched in a pair of goals and Brendan Allen, Jared Delaney, Roberto Lupera, Daniel McDevitt and Mitchell Pinney tallied one each as SOU scored five times in each half.
The Raiders improved to 7-2 overall and 4-0 in the CCC, jumping back into a first-place tie with 20th-ranked Corban. They’ll return to Raider Stadium to host Northwest Christian and Corban next Friday and Saturday, kicking off at 3:30 p.m. both days.
SOU had only hit double figures in goals once previously: Sept. 16, 2016 in an 11-0 win against Walla Walla. In four head-to-head matchups, the Wolves (0-8, 0-4) have been outscored 35-2.
The Raiders were already up 4-0 before they gave up a goal to Carlos Cantu in the 36th minute — a total of 576 game minutes since the last goal they’d allowed in their second game.
McDevitt put them up in the third minute before Addie scored back-to-back in the seventh and 18th. His final goal was in the 53rd; Rivas has the last two of the day in the 78th and 84th.
On the season, Addie matched Carlos Magana with a team-high five goals. Allen and Pinney now have four apiece.
Pinney also had a pair of assists, giving him a team-high four this year. Gonzalo Garcia, Yan Pessoa de Oliveira and McDevitt were credited with the other assists.
SOU had a 31-4 advantage in shots. Twenty-two of them were placed on goal.