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Published: Friday, April 12, 2013, 10:50 p.m.

Prep boys soccer: Cascade 3, Monroe 1

EVERETT -- Jake Pittsenbarger scored two goals and Jorge Heredia added two assists as Cascade earned its first win of the season by defeating Monroe in a Wesco 4A match. Tanner Corrie scored the lone goal for the Bearcats in the loss.
At Cascade H.S.
Goals--Jake Pittsenbarger (C) 2, Oscar Rozanski (C), Tanner Corrie (M). Assists--Jorge Heredia (C) 2, Spencer Johnson (C). Goalkeepers--Monroe: Jesse Avelar. Cascade: Joey Birnbaum. Records--Monroe 1-6-2 league, 1-7-3 overall. Cascade 1-6-2, 1-7-2.

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