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Prep results for Thursday, Nov. 4

Prep results for Thursday, Nov. 4:

(Note for coaches/scorekeepers: To report results and statistics, email sports@heraldnet.com)



Consolation semifinals

Winner to state

Jackson 2, Mount Si 2 (5-4 PKs)

EVERETT — Second-seeded Jackson converted all five of its penatly kicks and goalkeeper Abby Harper made a huge save as the Timberwolves beat ninth-seed Mount Si in a consolation semifinal of the 4A Bi-Distrcit 1/2 Tournament to clinch an automatic berth to the state tournament.

Kaeden Hansen and Avery Friedrickson scored goals for Jackson (13-3), which will face top-seed Skyline in the consolation final on Saturday.

Skyline 4, Glacier Peak 1

SAMMAMISH — Top-seed Skyline beat fifth-seeded Glacier Peak in a winner-to-state consolation semifinal of the 4A Bi-District 1/2 Tournament on Thursday.

Glacier Peak (13-4) will face No. 9 Mount Si in a winner-to-state, loser-out match on Saturday.


Consolation semifinals

Winner to state, loser out

Shorecrest 2, Edmonds-Woodway 1

SHORELINE — Lorelei Starr and Nora Patterson each scored a goal as eighth-seeded Shorecrest held off No. 3 Edmonds-Woodway in a winner-to-state, loser out consolation semifinal of the 3A District 1 Tournament on Thursday night.

Shorecrest (10-8-2) will face Ferndale in the consolation final on Saturday. Both teams will head to the state tournament.

Sydney Chappell scored on an assist from Montero Vega in the 73rd minute, but Edmonds-Woodway (10-7-2) couldn’t find the equalizer.

Ferndale 2, Monroe 1

SHORELINE — Fifth-seeded Ferndale held off seventh-seeded Monroe in a winner-to-state, loser out consolation semifinal of the 3A District 1 Tournament on Thursday night.

Ferndale will face No. 8 Shorecrest in the consolation final on Saturday. Both consolation finalists secure a state berth.

Monroe finished its season with a 9-8-2 overall record.

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Play-in game, loser out

Cedarcrest at Lakewood, score not reported



Winner to state

Grace Academy 3, Orcas Island 2

MARYSVILLE — Top-seed Grace Academy fought past No. 4 Orcas Island to reach the 1B District 1 Tournament championship game and clinched a spot in the state tournament on Thursday.

Grace Academy (12-2) will face Shoreline Christian for the district title on Saturday.

Shoreline Christian 3, Darrington 0

DARRINGTON — Second-seeded Shoreline Christian swept No. 3 Darrington in a winner-to-state 1B District 1 Tournament semifinal game on Thurday.

Darrington (12-8) will face fifth-seeded Providence Classical Christian in a loser-out consolation semifinal on Saturday. The winner will play in the consolation final with a chance to earn the tournament’s final state berth.

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