Prep girls soccer: King’s 7, Friday Harbor 1

SHORELINE — King’s scored three goals in the first 13 minutes — and added three more in the final 15 — to defeat Friday Harbor 7-1 in a 1A District 1 first-round playoff game at King’s High School. Anna Parker, Beth Stella and Skye Cornell put the Knights up early and Anisa Uberuaga added a late hat trick with goals in the 66th, 73rd and 75th minutes to seal the victory for King’s, which will host Lynden Christian on Friday.

At King’s High School

Goals—Anna Parker (K), Beth Stella (K), Skye Cornell (K), Nicole Jacobsen (K), Anisa Uberuaga (K) 3, Emma Brand (FH). Assists—Stella (K), Emma Rasmussen (K), Jubilee Zevenbergen (K), Maddy Blue (K), Hannah Echelbarger (K). Goalkeepers—Friday Harbor: not reported. King’s: Madeline Nielsen. Records—Friday Harbor 10-7-0 overall. King’s 13-3-0.

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