Prep boys soccer: Arlington 1, Mount Vernon 0

ARLINGTON — Arlington’s Seigo Hall scored on a penalty kick in the 23rd minute and the Eagles held on to beat playoff-bound Mount Vernon in a Wesco 4A North match.

The Bulldogs, coming off a shock win against Snohomish, managed 15 shots, but couldn’t get one past the Arlington defense and goalkeeper Nick McDonald.

“The boys buckled down and played hard-nosed pressure D,” Eagles head coach Mike Gudgeon said. “They made it difficult for Mount Vernon to get clean looks.”

Sophomore midfielder Aaron Paloalto drew the penalty that Hall converted.

At Arlington H.S.

Goals—Seigo Hall (A). Goalkeepers—Mount Vernon: Adriano Terenzi. Arlington: Nick McDonald. Records—Mount Vernon 7-6-0 league, 8-7-0 overall. Arlington 3-9-0, 3-11-0.

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