"To switch it around from the last time is huge," Kamiak coach Beth Stewart said.
In the regular season match at Snohomish, Kamiak entered undefeated in league play, but left 3-1 losers in a game Snohomish owned from the beginning.
Thursday night was the opposite.
"From the beginning, I think the girls just dominated," Stewart said. "They had control of the game."
They outshot the Panthers 18-10, but didn't do any damage until the second half.
Early on after halftime Chardalise Madrigal and Baylie Lux-Lowry had a pair of quick passes that set up Christine Heisen for the game's first goal. In the 54th minute Tylor Adcock added an insurance goal on a long ball played from 45 yards out that bounced over the keeper's head.
Kamiak's win sets up a rematch with Issaquah in the district crossover game that will be winner-to-state, loser-out contest. A year ago the Knights traveled to Issaquah and lost 1-0. This time the game will be held at Kamiak.
"Big home game," Stewart said. "That's one of the things the girls are excited about."
At Goddard Stadium
Goals--Tylor Adcock (K), Christine Heisen (K). Assists--Baylie Lux-Lowry (K), Chardalise Madrigal (K). Goalkeepers--Kamiak: Shannon Peth. Snohomish: Taylor Knapinski. Records--Kamiak 14-5-1 overall. Snohomish 13-5-1.
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