In the 74th minute, Ruelas scored one on her own after winning the ball from the defender and lofting one past Johnson’s left side for a 2-1 advantage. Box Score | Photo Gallery Just five minutes later, the Cowboys leveled the score as Mariah Ruelas found Rachel Young on a cross, and Young drilled one past Rachel Johnson. .@McNeeseSoccer goes up 2-1 thanks to this Mariah Ruelas goal! pic.twitter.com/MGTk07bzNQ— Southland Conference (@SouthlandSports) November 6, 2019 McNeese will face No. 2 Northwestern State in the semifinal round at 4 p.m. Friday. The Wildcats got on the board in the 59th minute after Christina Arteaga dropped a corner kick right in front of freshman Caylen Wright, who finished it off to make it 1-0. CONWAY, Ark. – No. 6 McNeese confirmed that there will be no repeat champion at the Southland Conference Soccer Tournament, knocking out defending tournament titlist and third-seeded Abilene Christian on Wednesday afternoon. It was a quiet first half as both squads tallied just four shots each, but ACU managed to put three of theirs on goal. McNeese net-minder Gabrielle Christy got her hands on all three to keep the match scoreless through the first 45 minutes.
Southwest Washington is likely to see snow Wednesday, according to the National Weather Service, and as of Tuesday night, Woodland Public Schools had already made the call to dismiss students two hours early this afternoon.Though there was uncertainty with Wednesday’s forecast in the beginning of the week, meteorologists for the weather service said that data gathered through Tuesday gave them more confidence in their prediction for snow Wednesday afternoon.“Where the question remains is, what will the accumulation be?” meteorologist Matthew Cullen said.Amanda Bowen, another meteorologist, said some of the forecasters’ computer models started jibing as Tuesday went on, which has helped forecasters feel a bit more confident about 1 to 2 inches of snow accumulation Wednesday.It could be a bit more, it could be a bit less, she said.“There are a lot of different computer models that we look at, and they all have a slightly different idea of what’s going to happen,” she said.Snow aside, forecasters expect a high temperature near 33 degrees Wednesday, with breezy winds in the 18- to 22-mph range, and gusts of up to 34 mph.