Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ soccer advances in playoffs, and all the college pitch action for you as well…..

Good Sunday morning. A lot on the plate this morning for you.

First, we start on the pitch. Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ soccer team is one step away from another trip to state, this after a home win yesterday afternoon in the quarterfinals of the Northwest 2A District playoffs.

The Red Wolves blanked Lynden 2-0 and advanced to the semifinals Tuesday, where they will face a very tough Liberty team from Kingco 2A/3A at home in Duvall. A win will send them to the district playoff finals and a trip to state.

Stats for the game were not available. Now, since we’ve had a lot of previews for you the past few days, we haven’t had a chance to keep you updated on the college soccer action. We now wrap that all up for you.

College soccer scoreboard
Western Washington 5, Seattle Pacific men 1: The season came to an end last night for SPU’s men with a loss to their I-5 rivals in Bellingham. It was the final game together for the Duvall trio of Chris Cole, Nik Reierson and Alden Massey, as Cole, a senior, played his last collegiate game.

He played limited minutes off the bench with no stats for the Falcons, while Reierson, a sophomore, scored the lone SPU goal on his lone shot on goal in the 34th minute. He played 79 minutes while Massey, a freshman, played 50 minutes with no stats. SPU finishes the season 8-10-0 overall, 4-7-0 in conference play. All three are Cedarcrest High School grads.

Concordia-PDX women 1, Seattle Pacific 1 (2OT): Senior Day down in Portland yesterday for North Bend’s Karlie Hurley, and she logged 97 of the 110 minutes contested as the Cavs ended in a draw with the Falcons to close out the regular season. The 2015 Mount Si High School grad recorded one shot, but not on goal, with no goals scored. Concordia advances to the GNAC playoffs this coming Thursday.

Whitman men 4, George Fox 0: The Blues rolled at home to the shutout win over the visiting Bruins. Junior Jimmy Jacobson, he of North Bend and a 2016 Mount Si HS grad, came off the bench and logged 39 minutes, with a shot on goal recorded for Whitman but did not score any goals in the contest in Walla Walla.

Hawaii Pacific women 1, Academy of Art 1 (2OT): The Sharks and host AoA went 110 minutes down in San Francisco yesterday with no victor. Junior Camryn Buck, she of Ames Lake and a 2016 Mount Si HS grad, worked that full 110 for HPU with no stats of note handling defense for the Sharks.

Sterling (KS) men 0, Southwestern 0 (2OT): The Warriors and host Moundbuilders finished 110 minutes on Southwestern’s Senior Day in Winfield, KS, with no victor. Senior Colton Oord, he of North Bend and a 2015 MSHS’er, played 100 of those 110 minutes, recording three shots, none on goal, with no goals scored for Sterling. Their senior day is on Tuesday.

Linfield women 6, Whitman 2: The Wildcats handled the Blues in the opener of their Eastern Washington trip yesterday in Walla Walla. Duvall junior Sydney Kuehn worked 45 minutes for Linfield with one shot on goal; she did not score any goals in the contest. She is a 2016 Cedarcrest HS grad.

Northwestern Ohio 7, Lawrence Tech women 0: Tech was blasted in their regular season finale yesterday afternoon in Lima, OH, by the host Racers. Freshman GK Renee Anderson, she of Snoqualmie and a June MSHS grad, allowed three goals in the second half on six shots against her, but received no decision in goal for LTU. Their reward for getting blown out? They finished 7-8-3 on the regular season, and with the eighth seed in the Wolverine-Hoosier Athletic Conference tournament after going 4-5-2 in conference play. This sends them to meet, you guessed, these same Northwestern Ohio ladies, who finished in first in league, this coming Wednesday in the first round. Yikes.

Hawaii Pacific women 1, Holy Names-CA 1 (Thu.): HPU and the ladies from northern California went 110 minutes without deciding a winner this past Thursday in the East Bay. Buck logged 105 minutes in this one with no stats of note again for the Sharks.

Simon Fraser 2, Seattle Pacific men 1 (Thu.): An own goal cost SPU this one in the second half as the Clan held on for the win to stay undefeated. Massey scored the lone Falcon goal on one of two shots on goal in the contest he had – in the 18th minute which tied the game at that point 1-1. He worked 53 minutes of the match while Reierson played the full 90 and had no stats. Cole played 20 minutes off the bench and also had no stats.

Reierson last Friday also received some conference recognition – making it for the first time onto the Great Northwest Athletic Conference’s men’s all-academic team. He was the lone member of the lower Valley threesome to make it. He’s currently earning a 3.8 grade point average and is majoring in exercise science, and joins Hurley and Michaela “K.K” Wallace (Central Washington) as Valley soccer players to earn GNAC all-academic recognition. We previously reported Wallace and Hurley’s recognition on the women’s soccer all-academic list this past week.
Central Washington women 1, Western Oregon 0 (Thu.): The final college game for Central’s Wallace went well, as the North Bend senior, a 2015 Mount Si High School grad, worked the full 90 for CWU in their season-ending win down in Monmouth, OR. She recorded two shots, neither on goal, with no goals scored as the Wildcats finished the year 5-8-4, 5-5-2 in conference play.

Concordia-PDX women 3, St. Martin’s 1 (Thu.): Hurley logged 76 minutes in this one last Thursday night down in the Rose City, recording a shot on goal with no goals scored as the Cavs held off the Saints.

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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