Arlington Christian boys win soccer thriller in overtime

Herald staff

BOTHELL – The Arlington Christian boys soccer team scored two unanswered goals in the second half and a game-winner in overtime to knock off Heritage Christian 3-2 in a Northwest A/B League game Friday night.

Trailing 2-0 after the first half, Arlington Christian came out of halftime on fire. Austin Chaffee scored both goals in the second half to tie it up, while goalkeeper Casey Wessel held the Heritage Christian offense mute for the remainder of the game to send it into overtime.

“I was really proud of the way we came out playing in the second half,” said Arlington Christian coach Marv Livesay. “It was a great team effort.”

In the overtime period it was again Chaffee who came to the Lions rescue by taking a loose ball and knocking it into the back of the net. Chaffee not only ended the game, but ended the Lion’s eight-game losing streak that began last season.

“It was great to see the kids so excited,” said Livesay. “It was like they won the World Cup.”

  • LaConner 1, Lakewood JV 1: Katie Gillis scored for the Lakewood JV to tie the score with less than 10 minutes remaining in the non-conference game.

    Goals-Lakewood JV: Gillis. LaConner: Not reported. Goalkeepers-Not reported. Record-LaConner 0-2-2 overall.

  • Lopez 3, Skykomish 0: At Skykomish H.S., Lopez (1-0 in league, 2-0 overall) swept all three sets 15-4, 15-7, 15-4 en route to a Northwest B League victory. Megan Land was 9-for-9 serving for Skykomish (0-4, 3-5).

  • Seattle Lutheran 3, Cedar Park Christian 0: At Seattle Lutheran, Cedar Park Christian (1-2 league, 3-5 overall) was defeated 15-11, 15-9, 15-11 in a Sea-Tac B match. Ashley Salios led Cedar Park Christian with three kills and 14 digs, while Stephanie Miksa added five assists and six digs and Courtney Richards had four aces and four digs.
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