Prep boys soccer: Kamiak 1, Lynnwood 0

MUKILTEO — Kamiak’s Sammy Cho scored in the 56th minute for the match’s only goal and the Knights clinched a district berth with a win over Lynnwood. Goalkeeper Jacob Parker earned the clean sheet for Kamiak and Knights head coach Garfield Scott was pleased with how his team played with the lead against the powerful Lynnwood offense.

“In the second half they pushed pretty hard and got a couple more chances, but defensively we played really well,” said Scott.

At Kamiak H.S.

Goals—Sammy Cho (K). Assists—none. Goalkeepers—Lynnwood: Gerardo Reyes-Ortega. Kamiak: Jacob Parker. Records—Lynnwood 9-4-1 league, 10-4-1 overall. Kamiak 8-6-0, 8-7-0.

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