Prep boys soccer: Lake Stevens 9, Monroe 2

LAKE STEVENS — Ahin Ali completed his hat trick with a goal in the 31st minute and James Tanner scored twice as Lake Stevens put up eight goals in the first half to run away with the Wesco 4A North match. Cameron Laird and Edgar Ceballos each had a goal for Monroe.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Goals—Ahin Ali (LS) 3, James Tanner (LS) 2, Tristan Coraguilo (LS), Cameron Laird (M), Marcus Edward (LS), Elvis Boyzo (LS), Tanner Plaisance (LS). Assists—Edward, Michel Zavalza (LS), Ali, Boyzo, Blake Sander (LS), Tanner 2, Max Sands (LS). Goalkeepers—Monroe: not reported. Lake Stevens: Brennen Countryman, Vaughn Silver. Records—Monroe 1-11-2 league, 1-12-3 overall. Lake Stevens 11-3-0, 11-3-2.

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