Grace Academy boys top Orcas Island in soccer

Herald staff

MARYSVILLE – The Grace Academy boys soccer team remain undefeated in Northwest A/B action after shutting out Orcas Island 4-0 Monday at the Marysville Soccer Complex.

Grace Academy (7-0, 10-3) is in first place in the Northwest A/B Small School Division by a comfortable margin. Its closest competition is Lopez (3-1 in league). Orcas Island dropped to 2-2 in the league.

The Eagles knocked in three of their goals in the first half. Jeremy Short scored two goals and Peter Voges added one with a corner kick.

This was the 16th goal of the season for Voges. The senior, who leads Grace Academy in scoring, also had two assists.

Josh Stocks scored the lone goal in the second half. Grace Academy goalie Michael Wilkes recorded his third shutout of the season.

  • Snohomish County Christian 4, Mount Vernon Christian 1: David Peterson scored two goals to lead Snohomish County Christian in the Northwest A/B league game.

    Goals-Snohomish County Christian: Peterson 2, Korpi 1, Zuspan 1. Mount Vernon Christian: Sakuma 1. Goalkeepers-Snohomish County Christian: Kehres. Mount Vernon Christian: not reported. Records-Mount Vernon Christian 4-3 in league, 9-4 overall. Snohomish County Christian 6-1, 10-1.

  • Lopez 5, Master’s Touch 0: Galen Hirss and Raven Skyriver each scored two goals to help Lopez shutout Master’s Touch in the Northwest A/B game.

    Goals-Lopez: Hirss 2, Skyriver 2, Siefert. Goalkeepers-Master’s Touch: Hite. Lopez: not reported. Records-Master’s Touch 1-4 in league, 1-7 overall. Lopez not reported.

  • King’s 3, Chief Leschi 0: At King’s H.S., Nicole Elliott had four kills, four assists, three aces and was 15-for-15 from the serving line to lead King’s (15-3, 15-6, 15-5) to the Chinook League victory. Kelly Irvin added two kills and four assists, and Julie Reese had one kill. King’s is 4-4 in the league, 9-5 overall.

    Monday’s Western Conference 4A boys tennis meets were postponed due to rain. Both the Mariner at Shorecrest and Oak Harbor at Snohomish meets are rescheduled for today. The Cascade at Marysville-Pilchuck meet will be played on Thursday.

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