Inglemoor beats Newport in 4A KingCo soccer tourney

Viks’ season ends with loss to Mount Si

Inglemoor goalkeeper Keeane Speed emerged as the hero with the deciding save in the fifth round of penalty kicks as the Viks won and advanced in the playoffs.

Inglemoor beat Newport, 2-1, on May 8 in the opening round of the 4A KingCo boys soccer tournament.

The Viks’ season ended with a 2-0 loss to Mount Si on May 10.

With the Newport match tied 1-1 after 90 minutes — regulation and two sudden-death overtimes — the game was decided on a penalty kick shootout.

Speed also saved one earlier in PKs, and Inglemoor’s Farrell Mahmuhd, Lucas Hakamada and Nic Grotle converted their kicks.

In regulation, Newport took a 1-0 lead in the 29th minute and Inglemoor evened it up with a Ryan Klee goal off a throw-in from his brother, Owen, in the 59th minute.

Inglemoor had two shots from Grotle and Gabriel Fahling saved and bang off the post in the 35th and 70th minutes. Newport’s goalkeeper saved a Hakamada shot in the 77th minute.

Inglemoor rebounded to beat Newport after they previously lost to the Knights twice this season. The Viks finished the regular season in sixth place and the Knights stood in third place.

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