Here are the highlights from Thursday’s matches:
Roosevelt 1, Woodinville 0
Baker Conte accounted for the shutout and Sam Carpenter got the goal.
Federal Way 6, Graham-Kapowsin 0
Luis Sanchez and Sean Rigney both punched in a pair of goals, while Sean Tang contributed a goal and three assists and Colin Kim had one of each. Ben Willis recorded the shutout.
Auburn 2, Kent-Meridian 1
Neither one of Auburn’s goal-scorers were reported (Andrew Nordlie was shown with an assist). Moi Monay scored on a penalty kick for K-M.
Auburn Riverside 1, Tahoma 0
Dylan Vickers scored the only goal 14 minutes into the match and Adrian Ocon made it stand up.
Jefferson 3, Mount Rainier 1
Tyler Hamashima and Louis Alvaro Osornio both contributed a goal and an assist.
Emerald Ridge 3, Beamer 1
Justin Burgher had a goal and an assist for the Jags.
Kentridge 2, Kentlake 1
Kyle Bratton and Kevin Kitts scored for the Chargers, while Brian Shelton found the net for Kentlake.
Rogers 3, Curtis 1
Gerald Thompson scored twice for the Rams.
Spanaway Lake 2, Bethel 1
Logan Stegner and Erick Tello wrapped goals around one by Bethel’s Kahldun Lubin.
Lake Stevens 2, Monroe 0
Jacob Baker and Peter Otusanya provided the goals and the shutout was shared by Brennon Countryman and Tanner Sellars.
Franklin 9, Cleveland 0
Sharmake Jama logged a hat trick and added an assist, while Anthony Farias chipped in a goal and two assists and Wilo Muyoma had one of each. The shutout went to Benjamin Megaghlin.
Seattle Prep 1, Bainbridge 1
Prep’s Mathew Rudd and Bainbridge’s Sebastian Scales scored a minute apart.
Lakeside 2, Eastside Catholic 1
Lakeside goal-scorers not reported. Jacob Gai had the Eastside Catholic goal.
Kennedy Catholic 4, Evergreen 1
Collin Coffette punched in two goals, while Griffen Sout had a goal and an assist.
Hazen 5, Lindbergh 1
Conner Hall scored twice and assisted on two other Hazen goals.
Highline 2, Renton 0
Scottie Inthoulay booted in the two goals and Pablo Vasquez was good for the shutout.
Tyee 2, Foster 1
Sadir Loukman and Liam Maginnis notched the goals for the Totems, who gave up an own-goal.