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March 16, 2012 at 9:28 AM

Thursday’s high-school boys soccer highlights

Lake Stevens 3, Stanwood 0

James Tanner not only earned the shutout, but assited on a goal by Jon Erickson, who also had an assist.

Snohomish 2, Arlington 0

Juan Machuca shared the shutout with Luke Riske and also assisted on the insurance goal by Reilly Cross.

Newport 6, Inglemoor 3

Jordan Thompson supplied four goals — including the first three of the game — and the Knights got a pair of assists from both Brendon Koch and Daniel Smith. Beni Leremie contributed a goal and an assist. Jacob Kavanaugh netted two of Inglemoor’s goals.

Bothell 3, Kamiak 2

Jordan Myers gave the Knights a 2-1 lead (and assisted on the first goal), but Ty Flemming and Junior Loreto scored a minute apart to give the Cougars the victory.

Franklin 2, Ingraham 1

Dermot Creegan gave Ingraham the early lead, but Daud Hersi and Deion Inthoulay responded for Franklin.

Eastside Catholic 3, Seattle Prep 0

Joe Mancini recorded a goal and an assist and Garrett de Cilla earned the shutout.

Chief Sealth 10, West Seattle 0

Aden Fidow, Jordan Luna and Abdinur Galgalo each contribued a pair of goals and the Seahawks got one goal and an assist from Mori Tsuchiya. Kristian Nilssen logged the shutout.

Marysville Getchell 3, Everett 0

Anurag Cheema was good for the shutout and the MG offense was keyed by Javier Gomez Mora-Rey (two goals) and Jesus Valenzuela (two assists).

Meadowdale 1, Shorecrest 1

Ben Schoedle scored for the Scots and Chris Prasanna had a penalty kick for the Mavs.

Mount Si 1, Issaquah 1

Chace Carlson got Mount Si on the board and Issquah’s goal came from Alex Shane.

Enumclaw 3, White River 2

Austin Walsh tallied all three EnumclAw goals, including the game-winner in the 80th minute.

Decatur 5, Timberline 1

Michael Klavuhn scored the Gators’ first four goals and Jimmy Hong, who had an earlier assist, punched in the final one.

Bonney Lake 6, Yelm 1

Brody Fitzsimmons keyed the attack with two goals and an assist. The Panthers also got a goal and an assist from both Tyler John and Dalton Ogdon.

Washington 3, Lakes 0

Justice Waite held the Lancers scoreless and the Pats got goals from Mario Lopez, Youngwoon Hills and Michael Engelhardt.

Interlake 5, Hazen 1

Chad Shapard delivered at least a hat-trick, two of those goals coming off feeds from Nick Roth (the other two Interlake goal-scorers were not reported).

Seattle Christian 4, Charles Wright 0

Grant Fremmerlid and Joey Grachek both tallied a pair of goals.

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