Jackson earns shot at girls soccer playoff berth

Herald staff

EVERETT – The Jackson girls soccer team has an opportunity to head to the playoffs for the first time in school history.

Tuesday, the Timberwolves (6-6-1 in league, 6-7-2 overall) blanked Stanwood (5-6-2, 6-7-2) 3-0 in a Western Conference 3A game to tie them with Monroe for the fourth and final playoff spot.

Jackson will play seventh-place Everett Thursday, while Monroe will play second-place Lake Stevens. In the event of a tie for fourth place, Jackson and Monroe will play Friday at a neutral site.

Jackson scored all of its goals in the first half.

Defender Evi Dallman scored at the three-minute mark off a cross from Dyana Calderon. Forward Jessica Shadle scored on each of two breakaways.

Ellen Wood shut out Stanwood in goal.

  • Meadowdale 3, Arlington 2: Tara Darrow scored two goals, including the game winner in the 54th minute, to propel the Mavericks to the Wesco 3A victory.

    Goals-Meadowdale: Ka. Larson, Darrow 2. Arlington: Burt, Thompson. Goalkeepers-Meadowdale: Wirtalla. Arlington: Lamb. Records-Arlington 8-4-1 in league, 9-5-1 overall. Meadowdale 9-1-3, 9-3-3.

  • Lake Stevens 2, Everett 0: Amy Carnell scored twice for Lake Stevens in the Wesco 3A game.

    Goals-Lake Stevens: Carnell 2. Goalkeepers-Everett: Loesche. Lake Stevens: Todd. Records-Everett 2-10-1 in league, 3-11-1 overall. Lake Stevens 9-2-2, 9-3-3.

  • Monroe 8, Lynnwood 1: Ashley Nelson scored three times for Monroe in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goals-Lynnwood: Chomos. Monroe: Nelson 3, Stinette 2, Lyski 2, McTherran. Goalkeepers-Lynnwood: not reported. Monroe: Cochran, Fish. Records-Lynnwood 1-11-1 in league, 1-13-1 overall. Monroe 5-5-3, 7-5-3.

  • Snohomish 2, Sehome 1: Freshman Carrie Patton scored the eventual game-winning goal, giving the Panthers a 2-0 lead in their Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Snohomish: Dettmer, Patton. Sehome: not reported. Goalkeepers-Snohomish: Lee, Cornwell. Sehome: name. Records-Sehome 2-5-1 in league, 4-9-1 overall. Snohomish 7-1, 10-4.

  • Cascade 0, Shorewood 0: Cascade’s goalie, Morgan Carter, and Shorewood’s goalie, Miranda Riley, both earned shutouts in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goalkeepers-Cascade: Carter. Shorewood: Riley. Records-Cascade 6-1-1 in league, 12-1-1 overall. Shorewood 5-1-2, 10-1-2.

  • Mountlake Terrace 77, Mariner 0: The Hawks soared to the Wesco 4A victory with a balanced scoring attack.

    Goals-Mountlake Terrace: Ryan 2, Dixon 2, Deavenport, Barstad, Tiedeman. Goalkeepers-Mountlake Terrace: Everett, Elspeth-Nolen. Mariner: Danson. Records-Mountlake Terrace 5-2-1 in league, 8-4-2 overall. Mariner 0-8, 0-14.

  • Oak Harbor 1, Shorecrest 0: Gretyl Pruss scored the lone goal in Oak Harbor’s Wesco 4A victory.

    Goals-Oak Harbor: Pruss. Goalkeepers-Shorecrest: Moore. Oak Harbor: Busic, Nicolas. Records-Shorecrest 5-3-1 in league, 5-6-3 overall. Oak Harbor 5-2-1, 10-2-1.

  • Edmonds-Woodway 3, Marysville-Pilchuck 0: Lauren Natterstad recorded the shutout for the Warriors in the Wesco 4A game.

    Goals-Edmonds-Woodway: Bishop, Graybill, Wahl. Goalkeepers-Edmonds-Woodway: Natterstad. Marysville-Pilchuck: Coyne. Records-Edmonds-Woodway 4-4 in league, 8-5-1 overall. Marysville-Pilchuck 2-7, 5-8-1.

  • Lakewood 1, Nooksack Valley 0 (shootout): Jayme McFarland scored on the seventh round of penalty kicks to lift the Cougars to the North Cascade victory.

    Goalkeepers-Lakewood: Madsen. Nooksack Valley: Handy. Records-Lakewood 6-1 in league, 13-2 overall. Nooksack Valley 3-4, 3-10.

  • Mount Baker 2, Sultan 1: Heather Howard scored the lone goal for the Turks in the North Cascades loss.

    Goals-Mount Baker: Bittner 2. Sultan: Howard. Goalkeepers-Sultan: Kramer. Mount Baker: Bently. Records-Sultan 4-3 in league, 8-5 overall. Mount Baker 3-4, 4-10.

  • South Whidbey 4, Lynden Christian 1: Shannon Skourds had two goals and goalie Kelli Horn allowed only one goal to help South Whidbey earn a North Cascades win against previously undefeated Lynden Christian.

    Goals-South Whidbey: Skourds 2, Gutzmer, Gil-Osorio. Lynden Christian: not reported. Goalkeepers-South Whidbey: Horn. Lynden Christian: De Boer. Records-South Whidbey 4-2 in league, 8-5 overall. Lynden Christian 6-1, 10-1.

  • Archbishop Murphy 6, FrIday Harbor 0: Lora Dahman had two goals in Archbishop Murphy’s Northwest A League win. Archbishop Murphy was undefeated in league and opponents scored only two goals against the Wildcats in six games.

    Goals-Archbishop Murphy: Dahman 2, Johnson, Barr, Bardin, Walker. Goalkeepers-Archbishop Murphy: Krell. Friday Harbor: Brem. Records-Archbishop Murphy 6-0 in league, 12-2 overall. Friday Harbor 0-3, 0-3.

  • Snohomish County Christian 3, Archbishop Murphy 2 (shootout): Zac Kehres saved the final penalty shot in the shootout to lift the Lions to the Northwest A/B victory and sole possession of first place.

    Goals-SCC: Lee 2. AM: Proctor, Hewitt. Goalkeepers-SCC: Kehres. AM: Albo. Records-Archbishop Murphy 7-2 in league, 10-4 overall. Snohomish County Christian 8-1, 13-1-2.

  • Mount Vernon Christian 4, Shoreline Christian 1: Mount Vernon Christian’s Marc Medema had a hat trick and an assist in the Northwest A/B League win..

    Goals-Mount Vernon Christian: Medema 3, Sakuma. Shoreline Christian: Ching. Goalkeepers-Mount Vernon Christian: not reported. Shoreline Christian: Hertzog. Records-Mount Vernon Christian 5-4 in league, 10-5 overall. Shoreline Christian 1-7, 1-9-2.

  • Lopez 3, Orcas Island 0: Gaylan Hirss’ two goals helped Lopez gain a Northwest A/B win.

    Goals-Lopez: Hirss 2, O’Bryant. Goalkeepers-Lopez: Joe Doss. Records-Lopez 4-1 in league, 4-1 overall. Orcas Island 2-3, 2-3.

  • Arlington Christian 1, Master’s Touch 0: Arlington Christian won the Northwest A/B League game on a Master’s Touch own goal following a corner kick by Arlington Christian’s Casey Wessel.

    Goals-Master’s Touch own goal. Goalkeepers-Arlington Christian: Wessel, Martinez. Master’s Touch: Hite. Records-Arlington Christian 3-6 in league, 3-7 overall. Master”s Touch 1-8, 1-11.

  • Grace Academy 4, Heritage Christian 0: Josh Stocks starred on both offense and defense to help Grace Academy secure the lead of its division of the Northwest A/B League.

    Goals-Grace Academy: Stocks 2, Poirier, Short. Goalkeepers-Grace Academy: Stocks, Lugg. Heritage Christian: Hendrickson. Nichols. Records-Grace Academy 9-0 in league, 12-3 overall. Heritage Christian 0-6, 0-6.

  • Marysville-Pilchuck 3, Edmonds-Woodway 0: At Edmonds-Woodway H.S., Marysville-Pilchuck won the Wesco 4A match 16-14, 15-6, 15-7 to improve to 8-1 in league and 11-2 overall. The Tomahawks were led by Ashley Isaksen’s 15 kills and Stephanie Parker’s 21 assists. Edmonds-Woodway’s record fell to 5-3, 6-6. M-P’s victory sets up a showdown between the once-beaten Tommies and unbeaten Kamiak on Thursday.

  • Shorecrest 3, Oak Harbor 0: At Shorecrest H.S., Shorecrest’s Uchechi Acholonu had 10 kills and five blocks in the 15-9, 15-8, 15-2 Wesco 4A victory. Shorecrest improved to 4-4 in league and 7-5 overall, while Oak Harbor fell to 3-5, 4-9.

  • Cascade 3, Shorewood 0: At Cascade, the Bruins dominated the Thunderbirds 15-4, 15-6, 15-4 in the Wesco 4A match. Cascade (7-1 league, 11-1 overall) was led by Jessica Huard with 22 assists and LuAnn Anderson, who had 10 kills. Libby Hubbard had four kills and four digs for Shorewood (1-7, 2-10).

  • Mountlake Terrace 3, Mariner 0: At Mariner H.S., Mountlake Terrace’s Jen Mundt had four blocks in the Hawks’ 15-7, 15-2, 15-6 Wesco 4A victory. Nicole Mauge had six assists for Mariner (0-9 in league, 0-13 overall). Mountlake Terrace improved to 3-5, 6-6.

  • Sehome 3, Snohomish 0: At Sehome, the Mariners won the Wesco 4A match in straight sets, 15-10, 15-9, 15-5. Sehome improved its record to 4-4 in league and 8-4 overall. Snohomish fell to 2-6 and 2-10.

  • Stanwood 3, Meadowdale 0: At Stanwood, the Spartans beat the Mavericks 15-7, 17-15, 15-6 in the Wesco 3A match. Stanwood improved to 10-2 in league and overall and had 31 team kills and 16 aces. Meadowdale, which fell to 5-7 in league and overall, was led by Leslie Martin with four blocks.

  • Monroe 3, Arlington 0: At Monroe, the Bearcats won the Wesco 3A match 15-7, 15-9, 15-8. Monroe, which improved its record to 8-4 in league and overall, was led by Tristen Curtis, who was 14-for-14 serving and had seven kills. Arlington fell to 0-12, 0-13.

  • Jackson 3, Lake Stevens 1: At Lake Stevens, Chelsey Halloway of Lake Stevens had 10 blocks in a 6-15, 15-12, 15-6, 15-3 Wesco 3A loss. Jackson’s Michelle Halman had nine kills to improve Jackson’s record to 6-6 in league, 6-6 overall, while Lake Stevens is 9-2, 9-2.

  • Lynnwood 3, Everett 1: At Lynnwood H.S., Lynnwood’s Sarah Ingram had 15 kills and seven blocks in the 16-18, 15-8, 15-10, 15-10 Wesco 3A victory. Lynnwood improved to 8-4 both in league and overall, while Everett dropped to 2-10, 5-11.

  • Meridian 3, Granite Falls 0: At Granite Falls H.S., Denise Wilbur had 12 kills in Granite Falls’ 15-2, 16-14, 15-3 North Cascades Conference loss. Ashley Quinn had 17 assists and six kills for Granite Falls (4-2 in league, 9-4 overall). Meridian improved to 5-1, 8-4.

  • Lydnen Christian 3, South Whidbey 0: At South Whidbey H.S., South Whidbey’s Jamie Nelson had five digs in the Falcons’ 15-5, 15-1, 15-5 North Cascades Conference loss. South Whidbey dropped to 3-3 in league, 8-6 overall. Lynden Christian improved to 7-0, 13-0.

  • Nooksack Valley 3, Lakewood 0: At Nooksack Valley H.S., Lakewood’s Stacey Oas had nine kills and five blocks, and teammate Christina Markley had nine assists in a 15-3, 15-7, 15-10 North Cascades loss. Lakewood stands 0-6 in their league and 6-6 overall. Nooksack Valley is 5-1, 5-4.

  • Coupeville 3, Archbishop Murphy 1: At Archbishop Murphy H.S., in the Northwest A match the Wildcats won the first set 15-7, but the Wolves picked up the next three, 15-13, 15-8, 15-13. Coupeville improved its record to 7-4 in league, 12-5 overall. Archbishop Murphy fell to 3-8, 6-11.

  • Darrington 3, LaConner 0: At Darrington H.S., Michelle Meece led the Loggers to the 15-5, 15-11, 15-8 Northwest A League victory. Darrington impoved to 10-1 in league, 12-4 overall, while LaConner fell to 7-4, 9-7.

  • Evergreen Lutheran 3, Cedar Park Christian 2: At Overlake Christian, Evergreen Lutheran picked up the Sea-Tac B victory, 10-15, 6-15, 16-14, 16-14, 15-1. Stephanie Miska had six kills, five aces, 18 assists and 21 digs for Cedar Park Christian.
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