Jackson beats Shorecrest 1-0 in defensive battle

SHORELINE – What’s the No. 1 thing that a team can do to make a coach happy? Give it your all and leave everything out on the field no matter the outcome.

So even though Jackson defeated Shorecrest 1-0 in Wesco South action Tuesday, Scots head coach Mindy Dalziel couldn’t have been happier with her team and the effort they gave.

“We took risks and just played a very hard fought game,” Dalziel said. “I’m really impressed with the effort on both sides.”

The Timberwolves’ lone goal came on a throw in by junior Kristi Kingma to Megan Bolmes, who flicked it by Shorecrest keeper Caroline Towles and into the net in the 22nd minute.

Both Towles and Jackson goalie Dee Wood each recorded four saves in what was deemed a very defensive-oriented game by Dalziel.

“It was a fantastic game to watch from a coach’s point of view,” added Dalziel. “It’s really fun to play against (Jackson), not because of a huge league rivalry, but because both teams always have top programs.”

At Shoreline Stadium

Goals-Jackson: Bolmes. Assists-Jackson: Kingma. Goalkeepers-Jackson: Wood. Shorecrest: Towles. Records-Jackson 9-1-0 division and overall. Shorecrest 7-4-1.

Shorewood 2, Mountlake Terrace 0: At Edmonds, Amanda Clark scored in the second minute and Stephanie Lim added a second goal in the 65th minute as Shorewood shutout Mountlake Terrace in a Wesco South game.

At Edmonds Stadium

Goals-Shorewood: Clark, Lim. Goalkeepers-Shorewood: Butterfield. Mountlake Terrace: Hanson. Records-Shorewood 8-3-1 division and overall. Mountlake Terrace 7-3-1.

Meadowdale 4, Mariner 2: At Everett, Ashley Correa scored two goals, including the go-ahead goal in the 44th minute to give Meadowdale the Wesco South victory.

At Goddard Stadium

Goals-Meadowdale: Gilliland, Correa 2, Fjortoft. Mariner: Carter, Wilson. Assists-Meadowdale: Forslund, Fjortoft, Correa. Mariner: Ware, Anderson. Goalkeepers-Meadowdale: Murphy. Mariner: Quinto. Records-Meadowdale 4-5-2 division and overall. Mariner 1-11-0.

Edmonds-Woodway 4, Lynnwood 0: At Lynnwood, Carly MacKay had a hat trick, scoring three times in Edmonds-Woodway’s Wesco South shutout of Lynnwood.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Goals-Edmonds-Woodway: MacKay 3, Newman. Assists-Edmonds-Woodway: Ummel 2. Goalkeepers-Edmonds-Woodway: McKeown. Lynnwood: Hernandez. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 5-6-1 division and overall. Lynnwood 0-11-0.

Snohomish 4, Oak Harbor 0: At Snohomish, Ashley Tombelaine scored a goal and assisted on another to help Snohomish to the Wesco North victory. Kristin Weakly, Ashley Mincks and Gillian Prentice scored the other goals for the Panthers.

At Snohomish H.S.

Goals-Snohomish: Prentice, Weakly, Tombelaine, Mincks. Assists-Snohomish: Tombelaine, Bjornethun, Ross, Clarke. Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: Not reported. Snohomish: Goverde. Records-Oak Harbor 0-10-1 division and overall. Snohomish 7-3-2.

Everett 0, Arlington 0: At Everett, Makenna Brinster saved Arlington’s best shot in the 35th minute as both teams played to a Wesco North draw. Each team had about four shots on goal, according to the two coaches.

At Lincoln Field

Goalkeepers-Everett: Brinster, Nesting. Arlington: Parlin. Records-Arlington 2-7-2 division and overall. Everett 6-3-3.

Stanwood 3, Cascade 1: At Stanwood, after falling a point short in each of the past two seasons the Stanwood Spartans are headed back to the postseason after clinching a District 1 playoff berth with a Wesco North win over Cascade. Kelsey Cline led the Spartans with two goals. All four of the game’s goals came off of corner kicks.

At Stanwood H.S.

Goals-Cascade: Low. Stanwood: Thees, Cline 2. Assists-Stanwood: Hansen, Aikens 2. Goalkeepers-Cascade: Greene. Stanwood: Jackson. Records-Cascade 3-4-5 division and overall. Stanwood 9-1-2.

Lake Stevens 2, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: At Lake Stevens, standout midfielders Taylor Cochran and Raelynne Lee connected in the second minute as Cochran buried a goal into the back of the net with her head off a Lee corner kick to lead Lake Stevens to the Wesco North victory.

At Lake Stevens H.S.

Goals-Lake Stevens: Cochran, Thomas. Assists-Lake Stevens: Lee 2. Goalkeepers-Marysville-Pilchuck: Peterson. Lake Stevens: Three Stars, de Meulenaere. Records-Marysville-Pilchuck 4-7-1 in division and overall. Lake Stevens 8-2-1.

Bothell 6, Franklin 0: At Bothell, Emilee Commeree scored twice and added an assist as Bothell defeated Franklin in a non-league game. Taryn Trombley and Kasey Lervold each added two assists to lead the Cougars. Leah Perault recorded the shutout.

At Pop Keeney Stadium

Goals-Bothell: Bredice, Commeree 2, Foust, Newhouse, McKey. Assists-Bothell: Trombley 2, Lervold 2, Commeree. Goalkeepers-Bothell: Perault. Franklin: Not reported. Records-Franklin 0-9 overall. Bothell 2-9.

Granite Falls 6, Coupeville 0: At Coupeville, Audrey Brown had two goals and three assists as Granite Falls cruised past Coupeville in Cascade Conference play. Tigers head coach Pat Pawlak added that his all-senior back line did a great job shutting down the Wolves’ attack and enabling teammates to score. Sarah Hensley added a goal and combined to record the shut out with Janelle Jones.

At Clark Stadium

Goals-Granite Falls: Brown 2, Hoerner, Ogeran, Hensley, Arnold. Assists-Granite Falls: Brown 3, Howell. Goalkeepers-Granite Falls: Hensley, Jones. Coupeville: Manker. Records-Granite Falls 3-6 league, 4-7 overall. Coupeville 0-9, 0-11.

South Whidbey 3, Sultan 0: At Langley, Grace Itaya scored two goals leading South Whidbey to the Cascade Conference win.

At South Whidbey H.S.

Goals-South Whidbey: Itaya 2, Doran. Assists-South Whidbey: Schmitt 2. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Novak. South Whidbey: Cave. Records-Sultan 2-7-0 in league, 2-9-0 overall. South Whidbey 5-4-0, 6-5-0.

King’s 4, Lakewood 0: At Lakewood, Hillary Zevenbergen scored two goals and Laura Gifford and Kendall Thoreson added a goal each as King’s shutout Lakewood in the Cascade Conference game.

At Lakewood H.S.

Goals-King’s: Gifford, Zevenbergen 2, Thoresen. Assists-King’s: Thompson 2, Zevenbergen, Gifford. Goalkeepers-King’s: Dapper. Lakewood: Steinborn. Records-King’s 6-3-0 in league, 8-3-0 overall. Lakewood 4-5, 5-6.

Boys soccer

Grace Academy 2, Lopez Island 0: At Marysville, Tanner Johnson scored in the 28th minute and Brian Young added an insurance goal in the 50th to lead Grace Academy to the Northwest 1B League win.

At Grace Academy

Goals-Grace Academy: Johnson, Young. Assists-Grace Academy: N. Lugg, Weinberg. Goalkeepers-Lopez Island: Not reported. Grace Academy: I. Lugg. Records-Lopez Island 1-4 league, 1-6 overall. Grace Academy 4-0, 7-3.

North Sound Christian 7, Arlington Christian 0: At Marysville, Daron Otis scored a goal, assisted on a goal and played a scoreless half in goal to help N. Sound Christian win the Northwest 1B League game.

At Strawberry Fields

Goals-N. Sound Christian: Kochendorfer, Riley, Eno, Otis, Olson 2, Simmons. Assists-N. Sound Christian: Johnson, Otis, Waller 2, Simmons. Goalkeepers-N. Sound Christian: Doucet and Otis. Arlington Christian: Sweeney. Records-N. Sound Christian 3-1 league, 8-2 overall. Arlington Christian 0-5, 0-5.

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