CHS girls’ soccer falls in district title game, plus other news from the pitch…..

To soccer on a Sunday.

Cedarcrest High School’s girls’ soccer team was expected to face a daunting challenge taking on the offensive juggernaut known as the Liberty Patriots in Renton yesterday in the Northwest 2A District championship game, and it proved to be that as the Red Wolves fell 6-1 to the Patriots, earning CHS the second seed out of the district to the state tournament.

Stats were not immediately reported to the Journal, but suffice it to say, Liberty dominated in this one, that’s for sure. Cedarcrest will be home for their first state playoff game, and this is likely to be on Tuesday against an opponent to be determined from the Southwest District. More info on the game will be announced perhaps as soon as later today. We’ll keep you posted on what we find out.

College action now:

Seattle Pacific men 4, St. Martin’s 2: SPU doubled up the visiting Saints on Senior Night at home in Seattle last night, aided by a Valleyite. Duvall’s Alden Massey had an assist in this one for the Falcons; the sophomore, a 2018 CHS’er, came in off the bench and worked 60 minutes, with two shots, one on goal, with no goals scored. Fellow Duvallite Nik Reierson worked the full 90 for SPU; the junior, a 2017 Red Wolve alum, had no stats of note.

Linfield women 2, Pacific Lutheran women 1: Duvall’s Sydney Kuehn celebrated Senior Day in style at home in McMinnville, OR, with Linfield yesterday, assisting on both goals as the Wildcats took down the Northwest Conference (NCAA Division III) champion Lutes. Kuehn, a 2016 CHS grad, worked the full 90, logging four shots, two on goal with no goals. The Linfield senior plays her final college game this afternoon up the road in Newberg, as they meet George Fox.

Stanislaus State 2, Cal State East Bay men 1: The Pioneers wrapped up the season winless in California Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA Division II) play at 0-12 falling to the hosts in Turlock, CA. Valley freshman Mateo DiDomenico played for the final time this fall, starting and working 34 minutes for East Bay. The 2019 MSHS’er from North Bend had 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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