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Published: Wednesday, April 10, 2013, 9:25 p.m.

Prep boys soccer: Cedarcrest 4, Coupeville 0

COUPEVILLE -- Elliott Wills and Brian Lemons combined for the shutout in goal for Cedarcrest in the Cascade Conference win. Chris Cole put the Red Wolves on the board in the 12th minute, scoring off a Ryan Gifford assist.
At Coupeville H.S.
Goals--Chris Cole (Ced), Conner Viger (Ced), Michael Funk (Ced), Patrick Elliott (Ced). Assists--Ryan Gifford (Ced), Buck Rivard (Ced). Goalkeepers--Cedarcrest: Elliott Wills, Brian Lemons. Coupeville: Kolton Kellison. Records--Cedarcrest 7-1-0 league, 9-1-0 overall. Coupeville 0-8-0, 0-9-0.

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