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April 10, 2012 at 12:37 PM

Monday’s high-school boys soccer highlights

Here is a look back at the high-school boys soccer action from Monday:

Mount Rainier 2, Kent-Meridian 2

Kent-Meridian’s Ning Aung scored in the 39th and 50th minutes and Mount Rainier’s Jacob Winkle scored in the 25th and 69th minutes as the Rams and Royals battled to a tie.

Kentlake 3, Auburn Riverside 1

Brian Shelton finished with a pair of assists, helping Kentlake beat Auburn Riverside.

Kentwood 2, Jefferson 1

Kentwood’s Keaton Gray scored both goals in the Conquerors’ win over Jefferson.

Enumclaw 8, Lakes 2

Enumclaw’s Austin Walsh had a pair of assists to go with a hat trick, while Luke Olney and Tyler Koenig scored two goals apiece. Koenig also had a pair of assists.

Archbishop Murphy 1, South Whidbey 0

Alex Kramer scored on an assist from Christian Thode in the 62nd minute of Archbishop Murphy’s win over South Whidbey.

Jordan Trinka recorded the shutout for the Wildcats.

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