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March 21, 2012 at 3:10 PM

Tuesday’s high-school boys soccer highlights

I don’t know who I feel sorriest for with this wet, frigid weather we’ve been having most days — the baseball and softball players who keep getting their games postponed, or the soccer players who are out there competing in the stuff!

There were a lot of area high-school matches played Tuesday, and here are the highlights:

Inglemoor 5, Bothell 3

Baxter Hagan logged two goals and Justin Li had a goal and two assists for the Vikings. Junior Loreto scored all three of Bothell’s goals.

Roosevelt 4, Garfield 1

Daniel South scored twice for the Roughriders.

Tyler Bennett assisted on all three Redmond goals, two of them coming from Cooper Bilginer.

Newport 1, Skyline 0

Sean Tan notched the lone goal in the 78th minute (goalie with the shutout not reported).

Woodinville 2, Issaquah 1

Isaac Rolling, who assisted on the first goal, netted the game-winner in the 86th minute.

Kentlake 2, Kent-Meridian 0

Novi Mixich and Preston Slane found the net for the Falcons, who got the shutout from Isaac Ferrer.

Kentwood 3, Kentridge 1

Ivan Manzana recorded a pair of assists for the Conquerors.

Auburn 3, Auburn Riverside 2

Unfortunately, only two of Auburn’s goal-scorers are listed — Ben Nordlie and Andrew Nordlie. Dylan Vickers and Giovanni Gonzalez had the AR goals.

Federal Way 2, Beamer 1

Alex Lewis punched in two goals after the Titans had taken a 1-0 lead.

Puyallup 3, Rogers 0

T.J. Josephson earned the shutout as Andy Jeppesen, Christian Rath and Brad Macdougall each scored for the Vikings.

Emerald Ridge 4, Spanaway Lake 2

Tyler Himmelberger found the net twice for the Jaguars, while Justin Burgher added a goal and an assist. Logan Stegner scored one of Spanaway Lake’s goals and assisted on the other.

Mariner 2, Kamiak 0

Aleksey Gubarik tallied both goals and Yuri Nagoryy netted the shutout.

Lake Stevens 1, Marysville-Pilchuck 1

Gunner Stohl scored for MP and Peter Otusanya did the same for Lake Stevens.

Snohomish 3, Monroe 1

John Mangus and Reilly Cross each contributed a goal and an assist for the Panthers.

Mercer Island 4, Lake Washington 0

Jordy Morris supplied a goal and an assist and Nico Terentjev logged the shutout.

Mount Si 3, Liberty 2

Alex Censuello scored the winning goal and assisted on an earlier one. Josh Johnson had a goal and assist for the Patriots.

Chief Sealth 4, Franklin 0

The Seahawks got two goals apiece from Aden Fidow and Mori Tsuchiya, who also had an assist. The shutout went to Kristian Nilssen.

Eastside Catholic 1, Bishop Blanchet 0

Garrett deCilla made Jacob Gai’s lone goal stand up for the victory.

Seattle Prep 3, Ingraham 0

Joseph Modello and Milo Cantor shared the shutout and the Panthers got goals from Josh Cavanaugh, Thomas Paulsen and Aaron Taylor.

Bainbridge 0, O’Dea 0

Bainbridge’s Brandon Jumpa and O’Dea’s Rick Lum were both too tough to score on.

Hazen 2, Kennedy Catholic 1

Jalen Conway and Jordan Lewison scored for the Highlanders, while Ryan Schaeffer had Kennedy’s lone goal.

Renton 1, Lindbergh 0

Christian Plancarte got the goal and Alexis Quintana was good for the shutout.

Foster 2, Highline 0

Mohamed Bulle and Zakaria Matan both scored for the Bulldogs, who didn’t have their goalkeeper reported.

Tyee 5, Evergreen 1

Sadir Loukman and Felipe Cervantez both provided a goal and an assist for the Totems.

Enumclaw 7, Yelm 0

Austin Walsh punched in four goals and added an assist, while Tyler Koenig had one goal and three assists and Hogan Olafson added one of each. Chris Kraemer earned the shutout.

Archbishop Murphy 5, Coupeville 0

Aidan Huggins and Riley Rayner each contributed a goal and an assist. Jordan Trinka and Louis Valdes III shared the shutout.

Washington 4, Clover Park 0

Justice Waite logged the shutout. None of the goal-scorers were reported.

Overlake 8, Northwest School 0

Rohar Kumar delivered two goals and two assists and Dean Poplawski also scored twice. J.J. Cardenas and Jack Roberts split time in goal.



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