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March 30, 2011 at 11:47 AM

High-school boys soccer highlights from Tuesday

Here is a look at the high-school boys soccer action from Tuesday.

Skyline 4, Garfield 2

Travis Strawn and Kyle Olmstead had a goal and an assist to lead Skyline past Garfield.

Inglemoor 3, Issaquah 1

Collin Duffy finished with a goal and an assist for Inglemoor.

Newport 2, Ballard 2

Michael Kahn scored one of Newport’s second-half goals and recorded the assist on the other to preserve a tie with Ballard.

Roosevelt 2, Woodinville 2

— Trailing by two goals at the half, Roosevelt’s Willie Spur scored a goal in the 42nd minute and added an assist in the 50th minute.

Kentwood 3, Auburn Riverside 1

— Kentwood’s Jose Castro scored a goal and had an assist.

Jefferson 7, Kent-Meridian 0

Jimmy Oganga had two goals and three assists, while Chase Hanson had two goals and two assists as Jefferson shut out Kent-Meridian.

John David McClarey recorded the shutout.

Mount Rainier 3, Kentridge 2

— Mount Rainier’s Alex Armstrong finished with a goal and an assist to lead the Rams past Kentridge.

Mercer Island 3, Interlake 1

David Lee had a goal and an assist in Mercer Island’s win over Interlake.

Mount Si 5, Lake Washington 0

Dane Aldrich scored twice and Eric Baumgardner had two assists for Mount Si. Dillon Oord recorded the shutout.

Bishop Blanchet 3, Seattle Prep 0

Tucker Benge and Ryan Deem finished with a goal and an assist for Blanchet.

O’Dea 3, Eastside Catholic 2

Parker Powell scored twice and Vince Nguyen had a goal and an assist for O’Dea.

Ingraham 7, Cleveland 2

Bernardo Ruz-Hernandez scored twice and Faramarz Yagmai-Zadeh had a goal and an assist for Ingraham.

Tyee 3, Renton 2

Ben Chounlamountry had a goal and an assist for Tyee.

Hazen 2, Evergreen 0

Fernando Puga recorded the shutout for Hazen.

Meadowdale 2, Lynnwood 1

Peter Mataya scored twice for Meadowdale.

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