October 20, 2017

Three Ridgeview teams clinch postseason spots

Ridgeview's girls soccer team clinched second place in the Intermountain Conference with a victory against Redmond Thursday night, while the boys soccer and volleyball teams will also have play-in matches.

The volleyball play-in match is scheduled for 6 p.m. Oct. 24 at La Salle Prep in Milwaukie. 

The Ridgeview girls soccer team, which defeated Redmond 4-0 Thursday behind two Aspen Jeter goals, will play an undetermined opponent next week at home in the play-in match.

After beating Redmond 3-0 Thursday, Ridgeview's boys soccer team will reach the play-in round for the second consecutive year.

Check out our photos from the matches and be sure to read more in the Oct. 25 Spokesman.

Ridgeview's Rylee Troutman spikes the ball during the Ravens' volleyball victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Ava Kitchin (7) blocks a Ridgeview shot during the Panthers' loss against Ridgeview on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond senior Mikaylyne Bilyeu (2) is greeted by teammates before her final home volleyball match against Ridgeview on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Jordan Fox (6) is greeted by teammates before the Panthers' final home match against Ridgeview on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Ashley Guyette and Ridgeview's Jordyn Buresh battle for the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Lesli Alvarado tries to hold off Ridgeview's Mackenzie Stadler during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Jenna Hall tries to keep possesion of the ball against Ridgeview during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Aspen Jeter leaps over Redmond's Sarah DeChristopher and maintains possesion of the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Jordyn Buresh dribbles the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Aspen Jeter and Justice Williams-Orlando celebrate a first-half goal during the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Fernando Colin Gallegos tries to keep control of the ball during the Panthers' 3-0 loss against Ridgeview on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Aspen Jeter kicks the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. Jeter scored two goals in her final regular-season match. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)
Redmond's Ashley Guyette and Ridgeview's Justice Williams-Orlando battle for the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)


Ridgeview's Sadie Benz and Redmond'sJordan Fox contest the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Aspen Jeter dribbles the ball during the first half of the Ravens' 4-0 girls soccer victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Josilyn Remick hits the ball during the Ravens' volleyball victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Felicity Kohler hits the ball during the Ravens' volleyball victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Christian Kim leads a pack of Redmond players during the Ravens' 3-0 boys soccer victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Ridgeview's Cade O'Neill dribbles the ball during the Ravens' 3-0 victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

Redmond's Fernando Colin Gallegos and Ridgeview's Christian Kim battle for the ball during the Ravens' 3-0 boys soccer victory against Redmond on Oct. 19. (Geoff Folsom / Spokesman photo)

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