Knights have Mavs’ number in 2-1 soccer win

MUKILTEO – After four years of coaching boys soccer at Kamiak, Garfield Scott finally has Meadowdale’s number.

Kelly Haugen and Kyle Benson had a goal and an assist each and Kamiak held off Meadowdale 2-1 in a Wesco South game Monday night at Kamiak High School.

It was Scott’s first victory over the Mavericks since he started coaching at Kamiak four years ago.

Haugen scored in the 13th minute on a pass from Benson.

Haugen returned the favor in the 40th minute, hitting Benson for a goal.

“They’re linking up very well together,” Scott said. “They definitely get the job done.”

Meadowdale came out for the second half with intensity and ended up cutting the Knights’ lead to 2-1 in the 49th minute on a penalty kick from Ryan Olson.

“It got pretty intense. They came out pretty hard. We were still able to create some chances on goal,” Scott said.

Kamiak improved to 6-0-1 in league and overall, and remains atop the Wesco South. Meadowdale dropped to 3-2-2 overall.

At Kamiak H.S.

Goals-Kamiak: Haugen, Benson. Meadowdale: Olson. Assists-Kamiak: Benson, Haugen. Goalkeepers-Meadowdale: McLaughlin. Kamiak: Dunaravich.

Mountlake Terrace 4, Mariner 2: At Edmonds, Mountlake Terrace scored all four of its goals in the second half of the Wesco South contest. Leif Johnson led the Hawks with a goal and an assist. Jesse Martinez tallied a penalty kick goal for Mariner.

At Edmonds Stadium

Goals-Mountlake Terrace: Watson, Swanson, Torrescano, Johnson. Mariner: Martinez, Inclan. Assists-Mountlake Terrace: Johnson, Berlin, Alvarez. Mariner: Hendrickson. Goalkeepers-Mountlake Terrace: Winters. Mariner: Banuelos. Records-Mariner 2-5-0 in leauge and overall. Mountlake Terrace 2-5-0.

Jackson 2, Shorewood 1: At Shoreline, Carlo Cicarelli netted back-to-back goals in the 14th and 15th minutes and Jackson defeated Shorewood in the Wesco South match. Alias Mohammed scored a late goal to keep the T-birds close.

At Shoreline stadium

Goals-Jackson: Cicarelli 2. Shorewood: Mohammed. Goalkeepers-Jackson: Hodel. Shorewood: Igl. Records-Jackson 2-5 overall. Shorewood 2-4-1.

Shorecrest 2, Lynnwood 0: At Lynnwood, Mike Ehrhart and Jonathon Cho each scored a goal to lead Shorecrest to the Wesco South victory.

At Lynnwood H.S.

Goals-Shorecrest: Ehrhart, Cho. Assists-Shorecrest: Musar, Mason. Goalkeepers-Shorecrest: McDonald. Lynnwood: Torres. Records-Shorecrest 6-0-1 in league and overall. 1-6-1, 1-6-1.

Monroe 2, Oak Harbor 0: At Monroe, Matt Levitt made the most of his first varsity appearance, assisting on a Dan Norris goal, to help Monroe win the Wesco North game.

At game site

Goals-Monroe: Norris, T. Fortune. Assists-Monroe: Wilkinson, Levitt. Goalkeepers-Oak Harbor: Koeller. Monroe: Summers. Records-Oak Harbor 1-5-0 in league and overall. Monroe 3-3-1.

Marysville-Pilchuck 2, Arlington 0: At Marysville, after 65 scoreless minues John Whitfield and Kaleb Kuehn found the net within three minutes of each other to lift Marysville-Pilchuck to the Wesco North victory. Tommies backup goalkeeper Jacob Newman recorded a shutout in his first start of the season.

At Marysville-Pilchuck H.S.

Goals-M-P: Whitfield, Kuehn. Goalkeepers-Arlington: Bayer. M-P: Newman. Records-Arlington 1-6-0 in league and overall. M-P 4-3-0.

Stanwood 1, Everett 0: At Stanwood, Chris Gangloff’s 17th minute goal was enough to lift Stanwood to victory in the Wesco North contest.

At Stanwood H.S.

Goals-Stanwood: Gangloff. Goalkeepers- Everett: Gossen. Stanwood: Mai, Pilcher. Records-Stanwood 4-3-1 overall. Everett 0-6.


Granite Falls 9, Cedarcrest 0: At Duvall, Granite Falls exploded for seven runs on nine hits in the seventh inning to put away the Cascade Conference game. For the Tigers, Billy Villegas was 2-for-3 with two RBI, Scott Kalma was 2-for-4 with an RBI and Brad Beard was 3-for-3 with an RBI.

At Cedarcrest H.S.

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Pennington and Kalma. Padron, Coble (7), Woelz (7) and Chittenden. WP-Pennington. LP-Padron (1-2). 3B-Brown (GF). Records-Granite Falls 7-0 league, 7-1 overall. Cedarcrest 5-5, 5-5.

Sultan 10, Lakewood 6: At Lakewood, Cody Morgan batted 3-for-5 with two RBI and three runs scored for Sultan in the Cascade Conference game. Jon Brown hit a solo home run for the Cougars.

At Lakewood H.S.



McCrorey and Webster. Staffer, Etchey (5), Harkins (6) and Etchey, Regan (5). WP-McCrorey. LP-Etchey. 2B-McCrorey (S), Morgan (S), Staffer (L), Martin (L). HR-Brown (L). Records-Sultan 2-5 in league, 2-6 overall. Lakewood 5-5, 5-5.

South Whidbey 7, Coupeville 2: At Langley, Danny Parra batted 2-for-3 with a triple and two runs scored and Lakota Holder pitched a complete game, striking out eight batters and walking none to lead South Whidbey to the Cascade Conference win.

At South Whidbey H.S.

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Evans, Hauser (3) and Larson. Holder and Parra. WP-Holder (3-1). LP-Evans. 2B-Evans (C). 3B-Parra (SW). Records-Coupeville 1-9 in league, 1-9 overall. South Whidbey 6-1, 6-2.

Boys golf

Jack Barnes Invitational: At East Wenatchee, Tyler Claybrook and Erik Monahan each shot 76 to lead Monroe to second place in the 23-team meet. All four Monroe players broke 80.

At Highlander G.C.

18 holes, par 72

Team results-Eastmont 300, Monroe 308, Hanford 309, Jackson 314, Gonzaga Prep 319, Pasco 320, Mead 324, Moses Lake 324, Richland 325, Wenatchee 326, Eastmont No. 2 331, Kennewick 333, Ferris 340, Lake Stevens 342, Central Valley 348, Kamiakin 356, Ellensburg 359, North Central 360, Wenatchee No. 2 369, Eisenhower 379, Davis 380, Quincey 382, Othello 409.

Monroe-Claybrook 76, Monahan 76, Epstein 77, Partridge 79.

Archbishop Murphy 211, Sultan 232: At Marysville, Archbishop Murphy’s Mitch Kane shot a 2-under-par 34 for medalist honors in the Cascade Conference contest. Kane’s score set a Wildcat school record at Battle Creek.

At Battle Creek

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A-M-Kane 34 (medalist), Zwaller 40, Redman 45, Mitchell 46, Larsen 46. Sultan-Green 37, Sylvester 38, Noel 44, Copple 48, Hoiland 65.

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