EVERETT - The Walla Walla Community College men's soccer team handed Everett a 5-0 shutout here Tuesday, while the Warrior women felt the effects of the first road trip of the season as they played the Trojans to a 1-all draw.
Kyle Menchaca scored WWCC's second and fifth goals, assisted by Jesse Macias in the 35th minute and scoring on his own for the final goal.
Jonathan Rodriguez was assisted by Ken Bodzweski to open the Warrior scoring in the 25th minute.
Bodzweski got a goal of his own in the 43rd minute, assisted by Macias, and Macias again got the assist when Colten Sullivan in the 73rd minute.
"The men looked better today going forward," WWCC coach Chad Bodnar said. "We figured some things out with our shape and where some guys fit in. We must continue to improve as we head into league games.
"We had some real bright spots in the side, with Jesse Macias really having his best game collegiately."
On the women's side, Kara Churchman had WWCC's lone goal in the 77th minute.
In goal for the Warriors, Courtney Hancock had six saves in the tie.
"It was the second game on tired legs and it showed against a team on fresh legs," Bodnar said. "We could make a lot of excuses today, but we didn't and won't.
"We will take it as a learning experience and get better."
The Warrior men improve to 3-1 on the season, while the women are now 3-0-1. The women host Lane at noon Saturday, while the men entertain South Puget Sound at 2:15 p.m.