Prep girls soccer: Kamiak 9, Mariner 1

MUKILTEO — Maddie Seckman led Kamiak to a Wesco 4A South win with two goals and five assists. The Knights got on the board just 10 seconds in on the first of two Brelyn Kussman goals. Baylie Lux-Lowry had a hat trick in under 5 minutes, scoring all three goals between the 68th and 72nd minute, all assisted by Seckman. Emma Makela shutout Mariner for the first half before leaving the game and being replaced by Shannon Peth.

At Kamiak H.S.

Goals—Brelyn Kussman (K) 2, Anne Ferguson (K), Maddie Seckman (K) 2, Emele Chaddock (K) 1, Baylie Lux-Lowry (K) 3, Linda Olade (M). Assists—Seckman 5, Ferguson, Kussman, Natalie Smith (K). Goalkeepers—Mariner: Ashley Young. Kamiak: Emma Makela, Shannon Peth. Records—Mariner 0-5 league, 0-6 overall. Kamiak 3-2, 3-3.

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