PREP ROUNDUP: Defending 3A state champs are too much for Edmonds-Woodway

  • Fri Apr 16th, 2010 11:19pm
  • Sports

Herald staff

EDMONDS — When playing defending 3A state boys soccer champion Shorecrest, the standard for success is different than it is for playing other teams.

Edmonds-Woodway coach Tony Gilman was pleased to play the Scots to a draw Friday night at Edmonds Stadium.

But that was just the second half.

The trouble for the Warriors came in the first half, when they fell behind 3-0 on the way to a 4-1 loss that knocked them out of a tie for first in the Wesco South Standings.

“We look at it positively that we played 1-1 against one of the best teams in the state (in the second half),” Gilman said.

Entering the game the Warriors (2-1-0 league, 6-3-1 overall) had the South’s second-best overall record, but they faced a Shorecrest (3-0-0, 10-0-0) team that had allowed just two goals all season — both of which came in a win over Kamiak.

It only took nine minutes for the Scots to get on the board when Glenn Paden headed an Erik Bracht feed past Warrior keeper Erik Whitney.

Shorecrest wasted no time displaying one of it’s biggest strengths — the ability to score in the air.

“They are a very strong team and very good in the air,” Gilman said. ”Not only offensively but defensively.”

Two of the next three scores also came in the air, including Eli Blauser’s header in the 27th minute from Joe Schober and the Scots’ lone second half goal that came when Asa Redfield converted an Ian Adams pass with his head in the 45th minute.

Paden scored his second goal, this time on the ground in the 19th minute and Adams set him up with the first of his two assists on the night.

“We didn’t give up,” Gilman said. “The last 12-15 minutes we spent counterattacking.”

The Warriors’ persistence paid off when Jeremy Wentzel found Martin Velazquez for a goal in the 65th minute past Eric Baker in goal. Shorecrest outshot Edmonds-Woodway 21-5 on the night.

Sam Schober relieved Baker for the final 10 minutes in net for the Scots. The Warriors made a few runs late but the results didn’t make it to the scoreboard.

“We had our chances (to score) at the end, but they had their subs in late,” Gilman said, partially explaining why his team had more success as the game wore on.

Shorecrest defeated the Warriors 2-0 in non-league play in the first game of the season. Six games remain in the regular season that looks increasingly like it will be an undefeated one for the Scots.

“(To beat Shorecrest) it’s going to take a team that is very mature physically and very experienced,” Gilman said.

Glacier Peak 4, Mountlake Terrace 1: At Snohomish, senior Brian Holguin scored three goals in the first 20 minutes of the game and Shane Miller (Gregor Troost assist) added one more in the 26th minute as Glacier Peak cruised to the Wesco South win. Kyle Bjornethun (fifth minute) and Jackson Miller (12th) each assisted on a Holguin goal. The Grizzlies (3-0 league, 8-2 overall) placed Olivier Goudreau in goal for the game, while his counterpart across the field was Ben Winters. Jonathan Alvarez scored Mountlake Terrace’s (1-2, 2-8) lone goal in the 46th minute.

Jackson 3, Mariner 0: At Everett, Tye Hastings recorded a hat trick, scoring all three of Jackson’s goals — two off assists from Brian Lefavour and another one aided by Morris Vrachovski in the 50th minute —to lead the Timberwolves to their first Wesco South victory of the season. Hayden Addington recorded the shutout in goal for Jackson (1-2 league, 4-6 overall) while Ulises Fernandez manned the nets for Mariner (2-1, 6-4).

Meadowdale 2, Lynnwood 0: At Bothell, Soloman Stewart (Spencer Walior assist) started the scoring for Meadowdale and then assisted when Daniel Kwon continued it as Meadowdale clinched the win in the Wesco South game. Patrick Gove earned the shutout for the Mavericks (1-2 league, 2-8 overall). Lynnwood (0-3, 1-9) had Emiliano Suarez in goal.

Shorewood 4, Kamiak 2: At Shoreline, Tanner Jones scored a hat trick for Shorewood in a Wesco South win. Jones scored his first goal in the 43rd minute off an Abdul Abdullah assist. Jones added two more unassisted tallies in the 60th and 64th minute. Sahil Kahn (Essa Jallow assist) also scored for Shorewood (1-2-0 league, 5-4-1 overall). Josh Harris and Zach Faller scored first-half goals for Kamiak (1-2-0, 4-4-2). Caleb Smith was Kamiak’s goalkeeper. Simon Aspinall and Max Wright split time in goal for Shorewood.

Cascade 3, Monroe 1: At Everett, Cascade’s Skylar Sutherland scored twice in the Bruins’ Wesco North win against Monroe (3-4-2 overall). Tyler Codiga assisted Sutherland in the 27th minute and Spencer Johnson assisted Sutherland in the 70th. Matt Miranda scored the first goal of the game for Cascade (3-7-0) in the 10th minute off an Alex Voin assist. Brian Janner and Cory Evans split the time in the goal for the Bruins. Monroe’s goal scorer and goalkeeper were not reported.

Lake Stevens 4, Oak Harbor 2: At Oak Harbor, Lake Stevens received goals from Nick Bylin (Jake Orwiler assist) and Nic Roe (Vasily Bogdanoff) on each side of halftime in a Wesco North win. Two Oak Harbor own goals cost the Wildcats (0-10-0 league, 0-10-0 overall), who got goals from Michael Shevchuk (Greg Wolfe assist) and Marcos Anjos (Ryan Fakkema assist). Dalton Roberts earned the win in goal for Lake Stevens (8-1-1, 8-1-1). Tucker Lundstrom took the loss for Oak Harbor.

Arlington 1, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: At Arlington, in the 16th minute of the Wesco North contest, David Lopez (Jake Smith assist) shot a ball that deflected off a Marysville-Pilchuck player and into the back corner of the goal, which turned out to be all Arlington needed to pull out the win. Eagles’ goalkeeper Corbin Anderson had six saves, including a one-on-one save after a breakaway by Brady Ballew with 20 minutes to go in the game to preserve Arlington’s (6-4 league and overall) lead. Kyle Bluhm was the goalkeeper for the Tomahawks (6-3-1, 6-3-1).

Stanwood 5, Everett 0: At Stanwood, James Postma started the scoring for Stanwood in the 10th minute and Justin Mickelson, Mickey Brown, Brandon Schlagel and Juilo Aguilar followed with goals for the Spartans in the Wesco North game. Dalton Alumbaugh stood in goal for Stanwood (5-3-2 in league and overall). Everett’s (2-6-1, 2-6-1) goalkeeper was not reported.

Coupeville 5, Friday Harbor 0: At Coupeville, Coupeville poured in three goals in an eight-minute span in the first half to win a non-league game. Tony Jansen scored in the 20th (Spencer Tack assist) and 25th minutes (Ben Hayes assist) and Hayes added a goal in the 28th minute (Riley Quinn assist) for Coupeville (6-5 overall). Nevin Miranda opened the scoring with a goal in the eighth minute (Tack assist). Skylar Martyn (Quinn assist) scored in the 47th minute. Evan Coleman played the first half in goal for Coupeville and Nick Anthony played the second half. Matthew Mazarelli took the loss in goal for Friday Harbor.

Girls tennis

South Whidbey 7, Granite Falls 0

At Granite Falls H.S.

Singles—Reilly O’Sullivan (SW) def. Katie Christensen 6-1, 6-4; Lyna Nichols (SW) def. Emma Wysocki 7-5, 6-4; Alexa Brewster (SW) def. Becky Gilbertson 6-0, 6-0; Jessica Cary (SW) def. Maia Hanson 6-0, 6-1. Doubles—Shannon Craig-Julia Iversen (SW) def. Marissa Ogren-Breanna White 6-1, 6-0; Katie Holt-Hayley Newman (SW) def. Rylie Moore-Sara Rood 6-1, 6-0; Teagen Nielson-Bayley Heggenes (SW) def. Saskia Ax-Bailey Ainley 6-4, 6-0. Records—South Whidbey 3-0 league, 5-2 overall. Granite Falls 1-4, 1-4.

Meadowdale 5, Jackson 2

At Meadowdale H.S.

Singles—Josie Dow (M) def. Jessica Mar 6-0, 6-0; Olivia Bates (M) def. Esther Oh 6-2, 6-0; Isabel Reeb (M) def. Maddie Haugen 6-0, 6-2; Lilly Jacobsen (J) def. Kayleigh Barrett 7-5, 6-4. Doubles—Vanessa Woo-Natalie Bushlock (M) def. Kelly Corbertt-Sarah Kim 7-5, 6-4; Sarah Hamburg-Jennifer Bishop (M) def. Deena Eleraby-Ann Lee 6-2, 7-5; Celine Chang-Olivia Ta (J) def. Kari Beaulseu-Brianna Bishop 6-2, 6-0. Records—Jackson 1-2 league, 5-4 overall. Meadowdale 2-1, 6-3.

Mariner 6, Shorecrest 1

At Mariner H.S.

Singles—Meera Limaya (S) def. Karla Perez 6-0, 6-1; Vita Sayenko (M) def. Anabel Tefera 6-0, 6-1; Britney Jaussaud (M) def. Izzy Brandstetter 6-2, 6-0; Miriam Ayala (M) def. 6-1, 6-2. Doubles—Daril Perez and Nykole Mitchell (M) def. Haley Monson and Janie Uppinghouse 6-2, 6-2; Laura Pfeifer and Ribka Panjaitan (M) def. Havilah Glesener and Kimi Smith 6-2, 6-3; Jessa Newberg and Prisilia Suwuh (M) def. Meghan Saunders and Keegan Monson 7-5, 3-6, (7-5). Records—Shorecrest 0-3 league, 3-7 overall. Mariner 4-0, 6-5.

Oak Harbor 4, Snohomish 3

At Oak Harbor H.S.

Singles—Cady O’Dell (OH) def. Annalynne Bliven 6-0, 6-1; Erin Neilon (OH) def. Brady Coad 6-2, 6-1; Laurin Rico (OH) def. Gabby Wilson 6-3, 6-1; Clarissa Abadesco (OH) def. Alyssa Angell 6-2, 6-4. Doubles—Julia Winston and Brielle Nicholas (S) def. Jordan Faralan and Kerry Rathsabanhdith 6-3, 6-1; Britt Wilson and Julia Young (S) def. Shannon Neilon and Alexa Holmly 6-1, 6-0; Kellie Delisle and Shelby Short (S) def. Jennifer Bower and Molly Van Dam 6-0, 6-0. Records—Snohomish 6-2 league, 6-2 overall. Oak Harbor 2-6, 2-6.

Marysville-Pilchuck 5, Monroe 2

At Totem Middle School

Singles—Sarah Tuemmler (M-P) def. Brooke Winslow 6-1, 6-1; Courtney Coombs (M-P) def. Alli Breaker 6-2, 6-3; Surie Vixaysakd (M-P) def. Stephanie Thiessen 6-0, 6-1; Tiffany Freeling (M-P) def. Belle Chen 6-3, 6-3. Doubles—Alyssa Drew and Hannah Dows (M) def. Katie Peterson and Jessica Carey 6-0, 6-2; Kendra Whitefield and Gabrielle Lindquist (M) def. Kate Landry and Katie Gillespie 6-4, 6-7 (4-7), 10-6; Sasha Thomas and Karissa Loe (M-P) def. Hannah O’Mally and Shae Love 6-2, 6-1. Records—Monroe 0-8 league, 0-8 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 4-4, 4-4.

Everett 4, Lake Stevens 3

At Clark Park

Singles—Katie Stewart (E) def. Katie Slater 6-4, 7-5; Hollis Gordon (E) def. Malia McAvoy 6-1, 6-1; Rosie Ellison (E) def. Erica Huffman 6-1, 7-5; Shelia Erfan (LS) def. Kara VanSlyck 7-5, 6-2. Doubles—Brooke Larsen-Kylee Hilde (LS) def. Holly Russell-Alysia Noriega 6-4, 3-6, 6-3; Ruby Galen-Anna Lauritzen (E) def. Kourtney Van Santen-Mckenzie Grafe 6-0, 6-1; Miranda Schultz-Brooke Bush (LS) def. Shelby Corbett-Taylor Mattson 7-6 (7-4), 6-0. Records—Lake Stevens 3-5 league, 3-5 overall. Everett 6-2, 6-2.

Arlington 4, Stanwood 3

At Stanwood H.S.

Singles—Megan LaLone (S) def. Bailey Abdo 6-0, 6-0; Kelsey Ghirardo (A) def. Anna Fina 5-7, 6-1, 7-5; Marina Messerli (S) def. Toria Morcom 6-2,6-1; Alexa Garduno-Cravioto (A) def. Reanne Lee 4-6, 6-2, 6-4. Doubles— Chelsea Boulton-Reggie Smithson (A) def. Heather Baxter-Amme Verbarendse 6-1,5-7(6), 6-3; Claire Gastineau-Chelcie Nielsen (A) def. Rachel Ryba-Brielle Amancio 7-5, 6-3; Heather Smith-Elle Shaughnessy (S) def. Laurel Graves-Brittany Craig 6-2 5-7, 6-1. Records—Arlington 6-2 league, 6-2 overall. Stanwood 6-1, 6-1.

Boys golf

Glacier Peak 195, Shorewood 209, Shorecrest 234, M. Terrace 236

At Kenwanda G.C.

Nine holes, par 35

Mountlake Terrace: Jesse Anderson 42, Eric Henning 44, Ty Erickson 49, Alex Miyares 50, Kelby Brown 51. Shorecrest: Kenny Johnson 44, Andrew Hewitt 46, Ben Mersereau 46, Brayden McKaley 47, Joey Mancinelli 51. Shorewood: Chris Babcock 38, Max McKinley 40, Mark Greeny 41, Spencer Davis 43, Jacob Bradley 47. Glacier Peak: Stefan Carlson (medalist) 35, Ben Richards 38, Conner Denessen 40, Joshua Bennett 41, Joey Hise 41.

Archbishop Murphy 193, Lakewood 213

At Cedarcrest G.C.

Nine holes, par 35

Archbishop Murphy: Ryan Fenton (medalist) 34, Joey Burell 37, Joey Green 40, Darren Crout 40, Nick Cooper 42. Lakewood: Bryce R. 38, Kris Parish 43, Ryan Anderson 43, Bryan Gregory 44, Jeremy Moore 45.