Prep boys soccer: Shorecrest 4, Hazen 1

RENTON — Axel Wickstrom scored two goals to power Shorecrest to a win over Hazen and advance the Scots into the semifinals of the 3A state tournament. Morgan West and Chris Iacolucci added a goal each for the Shorecrest, who dealt the Highlanders their first loss in 18 matches. Marcelo Castro scored for Hazen. Shorecrest will play Bainbridge on Friday at Sparks Stadium in Puyallup for a berth in the 3A championship game.

At Renton Memorial Stadium

Goals—Morgan West (S), Marcelo Castro (H), Chris Iacolucci (S), Axel Wickstrom 2 (S). Assists—Alex Ramsey (S), Corey Stever (S). Goalkeepers—Shorecrest: Sam Schober. Hazen: not reported. Records—Shorecrest 15-4-3 overall. Hazen 14-2-4.

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