A Cascade Conference stalemate

MILL CREEK – The Archbishop Murphy and South Whidbey boys soccer teams played to a scoreless tie Thursday night ending the Cascade Conference game 0-0 after two overtimes.

“It was a great game to watch. There was a lot of action and a lot of close calls,” Archbishop Murphy coach Jon Echols said.

South Whidbey goalkeeper Oliver Shafaat finished with 11 saves for his second shutout of the season.

“You’ve got to give South Whidbey credit. They put pressure on us the whole game,” Echols said.

Goalkeeper Jeff Renslo recorded his third shutout of the season for the Wildcats.

“It was a battle of the titans between two evenly matched teams,” South Whidbey coach Joel Gerlach said.

Archbishop Murphy finished with 13 shots on goal, while the Falcons had two shots.

The Falcons (2-0-1 in league, 3-1-1 overall) remained three points ahead of Archbishop Murphy (1-0-1, 4-0-1) in the Cascade Conference.

At Archbishop Murphy H.S.

Goalkeepers-South Whidbey: Shafaat. Archbishop Murphy: Renslo. Records-South Whidbey 2-0-1 in league, 3-1-1 overall. Archbishop Murphy 1-0-1, 4-0-1.

Lakewood 1, Cedarcrest 0: At Lakewood, Evander Ochoa scored the lone goal leading Lakewood to the Cascade Conference win over Cedarcrest. Drew Scott had his sixth shutout of the season in goal for Lakewood.

At Lakewood H.S.

Goals-Lakewood: Ochoa. Assists-Lakewood: Resendiz. Goalkeepers-Cedarcrest: Quayle. Lakewood: Scott. Records-Cedarcrest 0-2-0 in league, 0-6-1 overall. Lakewood 1-1-0, 6-2-0.


Orcas 21, Shoreline Christian 4 (5 inn.): At Shoreline, in a Northwest B League game that was shortened to five innings due to the mercy rule, the visiting Vikings prevailed. Although they pounded out 17 hits, the Vikings scored 11 unearned runs off 12 Crusaders errors en route to their third league victory.

At Shoreline Christian H.S.


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Stone and Murphy. Salamonsen, Einfield (4), Smith (5) and Deelstra. WP-Stone (1-3). LP- Salamonsen (0-1). 2B-Doherty 2 (O), Bruland (O), Salamonsen (SC). 3B-Troutman (O). Records-Orcas 3-4 in league, 5-5 overall. Shoreline Christian 0-8, 0-7.

Boys golf

Archbishop Murphy 207, King’s 277: At Everett, Cameron Zwaller and Mitch Kane each shot 3-over 39 to earn co-medalist honors for Archbishop Murphy in the Cascade Conference win over King’s.

At Jackson G.C.

9 holes, par 36

Archbishop Murphy-Zwaller 39 (medalist), Kane 39 (medalist), Mitchell 41, Riddle 43, Redman 45.

King’s-Gardner 47, Oh 51, Palson 58, Jaeger 58, Nichols 63.

Fastpitch softball

Kamiak 6, Shorewood 3 (10 inn.): At Shoreline, the Kamiak battery of pitcher Alyssa Malland and catcher Andrea Sherrill went the distance for the visiting Knights in the Wesco South Division matchup. Malland scattered nine hits across ten innings and struck out ten batters in the complete-game victory. Ashley Salazar paced the host Thunderbirds’ offense, going 3-for-5 with a run-scoring triple, but it was Malland’s double in the tenth that knocked in the go-ahead runs for Kamiak.

At Shorewood H.S.



McCarthy, Davenport (5) and Martin. Malland and Sherrill. WP-Malland . LP-Davenport (1-4). 2B-Malland (K), Polle (K), Mallory (K), Eidey (K). 3B-Salazar (SW). Records-Kamiak 5-2 in league, 5-4 overall. Shorewood 1-6, 2-7.

Girls track

Shorewood 111, Kamiak 76.5, Shorecrest 66.5, Mariner 22: At Everett, Amanda Clark led the Thunderbirds to the team title as she swept the 100- and 200-meter events in the Wesco South meet. Lisa Anderberg of Kamiak took the distance events, running to victory in both the 800- and 1,600-meter races. Shorewood’s Lauren Sego had a javelin toss of 118 feet, 5 inches, approximately 1 1/2 feet off the best toss in the state this year.

At Goddard Stadium

110 hurdles- Shepaka (SW) 15.90; 100-Clark (SW) 13.20; 1,600-Anderberg (K) 5:18.00; 400 relay-Shorecrest 1:50.09; 400-Schoch (SW) 1.03.20; 300 hurdles-Labrecque (SC) 50.50; 800- Anderberg (K) 2:29.20; 200-Clark (SW) 27.20; 3,200-Boyko (M) 13:04.20; 1,600 relay-Kamiak 4:23.04; Javelin-Sego (SW) 118-5; Discus-Ozog (SW) 113-6; Triple jump-Speidel (SC) 34-1; Shot put-Christianson (SW) 33-8; High jump-Soules (SW) 5-1; Long jump-Claus (SW) 15-11.75; Pole vault-Fjeran (K) 8-6.

Boys track

Shorecrest 87, Kamiak 81, Mariner 54, Shorewood 42: At Everett, Ikenna Acholona of Shorecrest ran off with victories in the 110-meter hurdles and the triple jump as the Scots took the overall victory in the Wesco South meet. Ramon Richmond of Kamiak took the 100-meter dash and the 200, while junior teammate Sean Beighton’s pole vault of 14 feet was approximately 1 foot off the state’s best mark this season.

At Goddard Stadium

110 hurdles- Acholona (SC) 16.40; 100-Richmond (K) 11.20; 1,600-Cooper (K) 4:30.32; 400 relay-Shorecrest 44.50; 400-Johnson (M) 52.80; 300 hurdles-Clemmons (SC) 41.00; 800-Foster (K) 2:05.60; 200-Richmond (K) 23.10; 3,200-Ardissono (SW) 10:37.20; 1,600 relay-Shorecrest 3:37.00; Javelin-Bucy (K) 160-10; Discus-Bellert (SC) 136-3; Triple jump- Acholona (SC) 43-7.5; Shot put-Freitas (SW) 43-5.5; High jump-Collver (M) 5-10; Long jump-Hoffman (SC) 21-1.25; Pole vault-Beighton (K) 14-0.

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