Everett spreads its offense in district playoff win

EVERETT — Seven different players scored goals and eight different players had assists as Everett advanced to the semifinals of the 3A District 1 girls soccer playoffs with an 8-0 win over Lynnwood Saturday at Lincoln Field.

“We try to move the ball around and emphasize team soccer rather than a go-to player,” Everett coach Kosta Pitharoulis said.

Everett plays Meadowdale at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday at Mt. Vernon High School.

Cammie Monro, who was called up from the junior varsity when Everett was allowed to expand its roster to 20 players for the playoffs, scored three goals and registered an assist.

At Lincoln Field

Goals—Sittauer, McMullen, Veith, Monro 3, Vance, Kent. Assists—Letourneau, Stahl, Rochon, Olson, Dickson, Monro, Fox, Veith. Goalkeepers—Everett: Nesting. Lynnwood: Not reported. Records—Everett 13-4 overall. Lynnwood 1-15-1.

Arlington 1, Mt. Vernon 0: At Mt. Vernon, Kristin Wadey and the rest of the Eagles midfielders moved the ball well, getting it upfield and allowing Rebecca Wadey to score the game’s only goal in the 17th minute to advance Arlington to the second round of the 3A District 1 playoffs. Arlington plays Sedro-Woolley in the semifinals at 7:30 p.m., Tuesday at Mt. Vernon H.S.

At Mt. Vernon H.S.

Goals—Arlington: Wadey. Assists: none. Goalkeepers: Arlington: Boulton. Mt. Vernon: Ridnour. Records—Arlington: 3-12-2 overall. Mt. Vernon: 13-4.

Sedro-Woolley 2 Shorecrest 1 (shootout): At Shoreline, Scots defender Katie McCorkell was the first to put points on the board, scoring a goal in the 60th minute. Twelve minutes later Becky Larsen tied things up, forcing a shootout. The goal tally remained even up until the seventh kicker for Sedro-Woolley scored and the Scots’ shot was saved by Tawsha Towell.

At Shoreline Stadium

Goals—SW: McCorkell. Shorecrest: Larsen. Assists—None. Goalkeepers—SW: Towell. Shorecrest: Towles. Records—SW: 9-3-4 overall. Shorecrest: 9-7.

Meadowdale 2, Squalicum 0: At Bellingham, Kaeli Eberth had a goal and assist to lead the Mavericks to the 3A District 1 victory. Meadowdale plays Everett at 5:30 p.m. on Tuesday at Mount Vernon High School in a semifinal constest.

At Civic Stadium

Goals Meadowdale: Eberth, Navlet. Assist—Meadowdale:Fjortoft, Eberth. Goalkeepers—Squalicum: not reported. Meadowdale: Zickefoose. Records—Meadowdale 7-9-1 overall. Squalicum 10-7.

Burlington-Edison 6, Granite Falls 1: At Burlington, Katie Cashman had Granite Falls’ lone goal off a Cacia Stevens assist in the 2A District 1 playoff game. Granite Falls will face Cedercrest in a loser-out game at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday at Bellingham Civic Sadium.

At Burlington-Edison High School

Goals: Granite Falls: Cashman. Burlington-Edison: not reported. Assists—Granite Falls: Stevens. Burlington Edison: not reported. Goalkeepers: Granite Falls: Carlson. Records: Granite Falls 9-9 overall. Burlington Edison 16-1.

Archbishop Murphy 10, South Whidbey 0: At Everett, Melissa vonder Hofen scored four goal and Caroline Brawner scored a hat trick to lead the Wildcats to the 2A District 1 playoff victory. The Wildcats play Bellingham at 5:30 p.m., Tuesday at Bellingham Civic Stadium in a winner-to-state semifinal.

At Terry Ennis Stadium

Goals— Archbishop Murphy: von der Hofen 4, Brawner 3, Pettinger, Duke, Bos. Assists—Archbishop Murphy: Pettinger 4, von der Hofen, Fortune, Bos, Mansfield. Goalkeepers—South Whidbey: not reported. Archbishop Murphy—Hughes, Carratt, Connolly. Records—South Whidbey 5-12 overall. Archbishop Murphy 17-0.

Sehome 1, Cedarcrest 0 (shootout): At Duvall, after each half passed without a goal by either team, the 2A District 1 playoff went to a shootout. Alex Marcus scored the final goal of the shootout, edging out the Red Wolves 5-4.

Goalkeepers— Seahome: Olsen. Cedarcrest: Butterfield. Records—Sehome: 17-3 overall. Cedarcrest: 14-3.

Bellingham 4, Lakewood 0: At Bellingham, Bellingham cruised to a 2A District 1 first-round victory over Lakewood at Civic Stadium. Bellingham faces undefeated Archbishop Murphy in a quarterfinal at 5:30 p.m. Tuesday at Civic Stadium. Lakewood plays Cascade Conference foe South Whidbey in a loser-out game at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday at Civic Stadium.

King’s 3, Lynden Christian 0: At Mount Vernon, Kendall Thoreson had a goal and an assist to lead the Knights into the 1A District 1 title game against Meridan, a 4-0 victor over La Conner.

At Mount Vernon H.S.

Goals—King’s: Thompson, Thoreson, Crosby. Assists—Archbishop Murphy: Thoreson, Lampe. Goalkeepers—Lynden Christian: Stephenson. King’s: Dapper. King’s 11-5-1 overall. Lynden Christian 3-14.

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