Another win for Cedarcrest girls’ soccer, while Mount Si’s ladies fall at Redmond…and the results from colleges last night, too……

Time for some girls’ soccer.

Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ soccer squad won yet again last night, scoring a 2-0 shutout victory at home over Marysville-Getchell. The Red Wolves got goals from Olivia Fulton and Madelyn Davidson with an assist to Sarah Hommas on the Davidson tally.

As coach Alex Hickox described it on the team’s Facebook page, “The Red Wolves calmly knocked the ball around the field, maintained great possession throughout and then just outran the Chargers. Had it not been for some missed opportunities, some great, top-shelf saves from the Chargers keeper and their determined centerback, the Red Wolves would’ve come away with a much larger margin of victory. It was one of the more comfortable 2-0 wins a team could have.”

Hickox also noted the win moved Cedarcrest into a tie for first place in Wesco along with Edmonds-Woodway, with freshman goalie Natalie McCabe recording another “clean sheet” shutout, this her third straight. Cedarcrest has not been scored upon in over 300 minutes since the opener against Arlington.

CHS JV rolls: The Red Wolve JV blasted the Chargers’ JVs 6-0, with Melissa Hunt and Jessi Polacek sharing in a shutout in goal there for Cedarcrest. Other stats were not available. Both they and the Red Wolves varsity moved to 3-0-0 in conference, 4-0-0 overall and will meet Stanwood next Thursday in their tuneup for the Valley Cup. JV’s are at 5:00 and varsity is at 7:00, both games at Cedarcrest High School in Duvall.

Mount Si varsity, JV fall at Redmond
Both the Wildcat varsity and JV teams fell at Redmond last night. Joelle Buck scored for the varsity ladies, but a four-goal second-half explosion by the Mustangs sank the ‘Cats in a 5-1 loss, and the Wildcat JV’s fell 3-1 to Redmond. The two teams host Juanita tomorrow. JV’s are at 4:00 pm and the varsity is at 6:00.

College
Mount Si alum plays in front of family, friends: The Idaho women’s soccer team came to Seattle last night to play Seattle U., and left with a 3-2 overtime win. Valleyite Claire Johnson got to play in front of family and friends in the contest, and the 2014 Mount Si HS grad, a senior defender for Idaho, played 71 minutes for the Vandals with no stats of note.

SPU men’s Lower Valley trio sees a lot of action in win: Seattle Pacific’s men scored a 2-1 home win last night in Seattle over visiting Hawaii Pacific, with the Falcons’ Duvall trio getting a lot of playing time in the contest. Sophomore Nik Reierson and freshman Alden Massey both started for SPU, and senior Chris Cole came off the bench in place of Massey during the match. Reierson played 85 minutes with no stats of note reported while Massey worked 58 minutes also with no stats. Cole played the other 32 minutes in his fellow Valleyite’s place on the field and made it count – two shots recorded with one on goal. He did not score a goal in the contest. All three are Cedarcrest High School alums – Cole in 2014, Reierson last year and Massey back in June. SPU is now 2-3-0 on the season.

Idaho State ladies blanked: The Jackrabbits of South Dakota State rolled into Pocatello, ID, yesterday and handed the Bengals ladies a 2-0 loss. Sophomore Rachel Brownell, from Fall City and a 2017 Mount Si HS grad, played 23 minutes off the bench for ISU with no stats of note reported.

Rhett Workman

About Rhett Workman

Rhett Workman is the editor of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal. Workman is a veteran sports journalist, having covered Snoqualmie Valley sports for nearly a decade with the Snoqualmie Valley Record newspaper before starting up the SVSJ. Workman's coverage has earned the support and respect of Valley coaches, players, parents and fans, and the SVSJ continues the standard of coverage that Workman brought to the Valley Record.
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