North Creek advances in district girls soccer action

  • Sunday, November 4, 2018 11:15am
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In 4A Wes-King District girls soccer action on Tuesday, North Creek beat Inglemoor, 1-0, and advances in the tournament.

Sophomore Sarah Kovich scored about 30 minutes into the first half off an assist from senior Audrey Tacey.

The Jaguars will play Jackson in a winner-to-state match at 7 p.m. Thursday at Everett Memorial Stadium. The loser will then play for another state spot on Saturday.

On Oct. 27, Inglemoor beat Kamiak, 1-0, North Creek downed Monroe, 2-0, and Skyline beat Bothell, 6-1.

In 4A KingCo all-league notes, North Creek’s Chalise Baysa was named coach of the year.

Bothell’s Estera Levinte is co-offensive most valuable player and local first-teamers are North Creek’s Antonia Miranda and Kaylin Gaiser and Inglemoor’s Julianna Barker.

Second-teamers are Inglemoor’s Nicole van Engelen and Julia Monson, Bothell’s Kaitlin Bean and North Creek’s Sheila Koutelieris.

Honorable mentions are Bothell’s Hailey Zirker, Rachel Madison, Hannah Cecil and Ariana Wilson; North Creek’s Annika Beck, Tacey, Sierra Hein and Maddie Chriest; and Inglemoor’s Paris Moore, Kaycie Suzuki, Ashly Berge and Joie Christensen.


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