Archbishop Murphy 4, Burlington-Edison 0

SHORELINE — After a scoreless first forty minutes, Archbishop Murphy tallied four times in the second half to advance in the District 1/2 2A soccer tournament. Claire Feeney broke the tie with a header off a corner before Brooke Richardson, Shelby Koch and Cali Crisler each scored to ensure Murphy stayed undefeated on the season. The Wildcats will play Squalicum on Tuesday at King’s High School in a winner-to-state match.

At King’s H.S.

Goals—Claire Feeney (AM), Brooke Richardson (AM), Shelby Koch (AM), Cali Crisler (AM). Assists—Crisler (AM). Goalkeepers—Burlington-Edison: Heaven Henry. Archbishop Murphy: Anna Whitehouse. Records—Burlington-Edison 12-5 overall. Archbishop Murphy 17-0.

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