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April 6, 2011 at 9:09 AM

High-school boys soccer highlights from Tuesday

Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s high-school boys soccer matches:

Garfield 1, Woodinville 0

Sean Russell scored off a feed from Emerson Morris-North in the 60th minute and goalie Jackson White made it stand up for the eighth-ranked Bulldogs.

Ballard 4, Bothell 0

Brent Campbell scored all four goals and Sofien El-Mehrik assisted twice. Eli Pickham earned the shutout.

Newport 3, Inglemoor 1

Vlad Strava Sirbu delivered two goals for the Knights.

Eastlake 5, Roosevelt 1

The Wolves got a hat trick from James Gee.

Sammamish 2, Mercer Island 1

Beau Blachard scored the go-ahead goal in the 60th minute as the sixth-ranked Totems edged the 10th-ranked Islanders.

Lake Washington 3, Bellevue 0

Merlin Granados tallied two of the goals and Brian Tucker picked up the shutout.

Juanita 1, Liberty 0

Nick Horne converted a penalty kick for the lone goal as Dillon Cooper shut out the Patriots.

Lakeside 2, Bainbridge 0

Eric Helm and Daley Seaton combined to blank the fifth-ranked Spartans.

Seattle Prep 6, Bishop Blanchet 0

Jake Hallgrimson and Robby Dohm each scored twice, while Milo Cantor earned the shutout.

Nathan Hale 1, Chief Sealth 1

Simon Crean gave the Seahawks the early lead, but Vim Van Brederode tied it in the 43rd minute.

Ingraham 2, Rainier Beach 2

Ingraham took a 2-1 lead on an own-goal, but Pablo Guerrero tied in in the 68th minute.

Kennedy Catholic 5, Lindbergh 0

Jacob Scott booted in two goals, while Jake DeGagne had a pair of assists. Jim Rood and Thomas Morrell shared the shutout.

Mount Si 3, Interlake 0

Kody Clearman scored twice and the shutout went to Dillon Oord.

King’s 3, Archbishop Murphy 2

Trevor Bartels buried two goals and assisted on the third. Ryan Gamache had a goal and an assist.

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