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March 31, 2011 at 9:04 AM

High-school boys soccer highlights from Wednesday

Here is a look back at Wednesday’s high-school boys soccer highlights.

Shorecrest 2, Shorewood 1 (shootout)

I went out to Shoreline Stadium Wednesday night to watch Shorecrest standout Glenn Paden. I wanted to shoot some video and work on my boys soccer notebook.

However, the game turned into a classic. It started with Shorewood scoring a first-half goal to put the Scots, ranked No. 5 in the country by ESPN Rise, in an early hole.

Here is video of the Thunderbirds’ goal, knocked in by Hamza Haddadi:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=gSVj43LXYhY%26hl%3Den_US%26feature%3Dplayer_embedded%26version%3D3

Glenn Paden tied the score in the second half and, after two overtime periods, the game between the two rivals went to a shootout.

Shorewood and Shorecrest went back and forth but, after a Thunderbirds miss, Shorecrest junior midfield Ian Adams stepped up to a take his shot. After the captain knocked in the game-winning goal he was mobbed by his teammates.

Here is video of the shootout:

https://youtube.com/watch?v=aA_KELxoF8o%26hl%3Den_US%26feature%3Dplayer_embedded%26version%3D3

It was a great early season game with soccer that was intense, if chippy at times, and a lively atmosphere in the stands.

Now, here is a look at the rest of Wednesday’s action.

Federal Way 14, Bethel 0

Odason Pelogi scored four goals and Collin Kim had four assists for Federal Way.

Adam Crosby had two assists, Nevin Hair scored twice, Gianluca Vaccarini had two goals and two assists and Ethan Tran scored twice.

Puyallup 3, Graham-Kapowsin 1

Evan Robicheau had a goal and an assist for Puyallup.

Kamiak 6, Stanwood 0

Jordan Myers scored twice and Zach Faller had two goals and an assist for Kamiak.

Auburn Mountainview 3, Bonney Lake 2

Issac Cardoza scored twice and Jeremy Perkovich had two assists for Auburn Mountainview.

Glacier Peak 4, Everett 0

Shane Miller scored three goals and Andrew Weakley recorded the shutout for Glacier Peak.

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