Prep soccer: Wesco South goes to Meadowdale

EDMONDS — Meadowdale sewed up the Wesco South championship Tuesday with a 2-1 win over Edmonds-Woodway at Edmonds District Stadium.

Meadowdale coach Chris Baldwin said it was “hard work” and trust which led to the title.

“We’re a tight-knit team,” Baldwin said. “We’ve learned how trust. Everybody has a job to do and nobody is above anyone else.”

Carly Holmes scored the game-winner for the Mavericks (8-0-0 league, 14-1-0 overall) in the 50th minute.

Julia Fjortoft put Meadowdale ahead with an unassisted goal in the 16th minute. But E-W (3-5-0, 7-7-1) came back to tie on a goal by Mireya Saucedo in the 30th minute. Lauren Previs assisted on Saucedo’s goal.

“Meadowdale has done a great job capitalizing all season on opportunities when they’ve had them,” E-W coach Bill LeCompte said.

“When we’ve had trouble in other areas, our defense holds it togegher for us,” Baldwin said.

Tanya Zickefoose was in goal for the Mavericks.

Jackson 2, Mountlake Terrace 0: At Everett, Meghan Bolmes assisted on goals by Brianna Ellis and Cara Wegner to lead Jackson (6-0-2 league, 11-1-3 overall) to the Wesco South win. The Timberwolves clinched the South’s top seed to the 4A District 1 playoffs. Kayla Beer was in goal for Jackson. Amy Deller was the goalkeeper for Mountlake Terrace (2-6-0, 2-13-0).

Glacier Peak 3, Lynnwood 1: At Lynnwood, Glacier Peak defeated Lynnwood in the Wesco South game. Lauren Jacobsen scored Lynnwood’s (1-7 in league, 1-13-1 overall) goal off a Tori VanDuin assist and Kellen Srb got called up from junior varsity to start the game in goal. Glacier Peak’s (4-4, 7-7-1) stats were not reported.

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