Saturday’s prep scores, links to recaps

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(All games Saturday, loser out)

4A state tournament

At Heritage Park, Puyallup

First round

Todd Beamer 4, Issaquah 1

Richland 10, Tahoma 0

Quarterfinal

Richland 6, Todd Beamer 5

At Heidelberg Park, Tacoma

First round

Federal Way 12, Mount Vernon 2

Puyallup 4, Kentlake 1

Quarterfinal

Federal Way 6, Puyallup 5

At Everett Memorial Stadium

First round

Jackson 3, South Kitsap 0

Skyview 8, Inglemoor 0

Quarterfinal

Skyview 2, Jackson 1

At University H.S., Spokane

First round

Wenatchee 3, Chiawana 0

Moses Lake 3, Mead 1

Quarterfinal

Wenatchee 8, Moses Lake 5

3A state tournament

At Foss H.S., Tacoma

First round

Edmonds-Woodway 6, Mercer Island 3 (9)

Capital 3, Lakeside 2

Quarterfinal

Edmonds-Woodway 11, Capital 6

At Bannerwood Park, Bellevue

First round

Kelso 7, Gig Harbor 4

O’Dea 10, Central Kitsap 0

Quarterfinal

Kelso vs. O’Dea, not reported

At Sherman Anderson Field, Mount Vernon

First round

Eastside Catholic 6, Arlington 5

Bonney Lake 12, Marysville Pilchuck 6

Quarterfinal

Eastside Catholic 12, Bonney Lake 1

At Pasco H.S.

First round

Southridge 3, Shelton 1

Kennewick 6, Bainbridge 0

Quarterfinal

Southridge 8, Kennewick 3

2A state tournament

At Wheeler Field, Centralia

First round

North Kitsap 11, Centralia 1

W.F. West 5, Ephrata 2

Quarterfinal

W.F. West 8, North Kitsap 6

At Auburn H.S.

First round

Sehome 6, R.A. Long 5

Ellensburg 7, Fife 5

Quarterfinal

Ellensburg 14, Sehome 1

At Joe Martin Stadium, Bellingham

First round

Mountlake Terrace 5, Port Angeles 2

Highline 5, Burlington-Edison 4 (10)

Quarterfinal

Mountlake Terrace 3, Highline 0

At Gonzaga Prep H.S., Spokane

First round

Liberty 7, Selah 1

West Valley (Spokane) 4, Steilacoom 1

Quarterfinal

West Valley (Spokane) 4, Liberty 3

1A state tournament

At Larson Field, Moses Lake

First round

Cashmere 7, Naches Valley 3

Connell 4, Chelan 2

Quarterfinal

Cashmere 5, Connell 0

At Castle Rock H.S.

First round

La Center 5, Bellevue Christian 1

King’s Way Christian 1, Meridian 0

Quarterfinal

King’s Way Christian 4, La Center 0

At Franklin Pierce H.S.

First round

Montesano 5, University Prep 0

Cedar Park Christian 12, Charles Wright 2

Quarterfinal

Cedar Park Christian 7, Montesano 2

At Ferris H.S.

First round

College Place 2, Okanogan 1

Freeman 10, Kiona Benton 0

Quarterfinal

Freeman 7, College Place 6

BOYS SOCCER

(All games loser out)

4A state tournament

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Eastmont 2, Mount Vernon 0

Pasco 2, Lewis and Clark 0

Skyline 1, Puyallup 0

Sumner 3, Glacier Peak 2 (20T)

3A state tournament

Saturday’s quarterfinal

Roosevelt 5, Kennewick 1

2A state tournament

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Highline 1, Bellingham 0

Burlington-Edison 4, Sequim 3

Columbia River 3, Archbishop Murphy 1

1A state tournament

Saturday’s quarterfinals

Seattle Academy 2, South Whidbey 1 (2OT)

Overlake 2, University Prep 0

Wahluke 4, Winlock/Toledo 0

SOFTBALL

1A District 1 tournament

At Janicki Fields, Sedro-Woolley

Saturday’s consolations, loser out

South Whidbey 15, Cedar Park Christian 0

Nooksack Valley 12, Sultan 5

Saturday’s consolation final; winner to state, loser out

South Whidbey 8, Nooksack Valley 1

Saturday’s championship, both to state

Lynden Christian 5, Mount Baker 3

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