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April 11, 2012 at 5:54 PM

Tuesday’s high-school boys soccer highlights

Here is a look back at the high-school boys soccer highlights from Tuesday:

Issaquah 4, Newport 2

Akash Ramachandran scored twice and Alex Shane had two assists in Issaquah’s win over Newport.

Redmond 2, Skyline 0

Andrew Leadbeater scored twice and Grayson Raffensberger recorded the shutout for Redmond.

Eastlake 4, Woodinville 1

Austin Aumell had a hand in all four Eastlake goals, finishing with a goal and three assists.

Puyallup 6, Bethel 1

Christian Rath had two goals and an assist, while Brett Bertrand finished with two assists in Puyallup’s win.

Beamer 2, Curtis 2

Davin Gaffin scored his second goal of the game in the 78th minute, helping Curtis preserve a tie against Beamer.

Emerald Ridge 4, Rogers 0

Luke Logan finished with three assists, while goalkeeper Cody Jewett recorded the shutout and had an assist to lead Emerald Ridge.

Jackson 3, Lake Stevens 2

Caleb Houvenor scored goals in the 29th and 50th minutes, helping Jackson hold off Lake Stevens.

Cascade 3, Stanwood 1

Jorge Heredia scored twice in Cascade’s win over Stanwood.

Edmonds-Woodway 1, Marysville-Pilchuck 0

Alec Sakoi scored the game’s only goal in the 36th minute, while Griffin Small recorded the shutout.

Kamiak 1, Monroe 0

Kamiak’s Sammy Cho found the net in the 83rd minute of a win over Monroe.

Chris Menghini recorded the shutout.

Mount Si 1, Mercer Island 1

Mercer Island’s Josh Lee scored in the 72nd minute as the Islanders escaped with a tie against Mount Si.

Franklin 3, Ingraham 0

Franklin’s Sharmake Jama finished with a goal and an assist in a win over Ingraham.

Marysville Getchell 3, Mountlake Terrace 0

Javier Gomez Mora-Rey scored twice and had the assist on Marysville Getchell’s third goal.

Shorecrest 7, Oak Harbor 0

Alex Chang and Chris Iacolucci finished with two goals an an assist to lead Shorecrest.

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