Prep girls soccer: King’s 4, South Whidbey 0

LANGLEY — Takara Mitsui had the shutout for King’s in a Cascade Conference win. Anna Parker had the Knights first goal, in the 10th minute off of a Beth Stella assist. Stell scored next in the closing minutes of the first half to put the Knights up 2-1. Maddie Nettles also had a goal and an assist for King’s.

At South Whidbey H.S.

Goals—Anna Parker (K), Beth Stella (K), Jubilee Zevenbergen (K), Maddie Nettles (K). Assists—Stella, Nettles, Devon Fleming (K), Anisa Uberuaga (K). Goalkeepers—King’s: Takara Mitsui. South Whidbey: Ellie Greene. Records—King’s 7-1-0 league, 9-1-0 overall. South Whidbey 3-5-0, 3-6-1.

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