Lake Washington soccer splits week | Prep soccer
By MEGAN MANAGAN
Kirkland Reporter writer
March 30, 2011 · Updated 2:20 PM
The Lake Washington boys soccer team split their first week of league play, losing to Mercer Island before beating Interlake.
The Kangs lost 2-0 to Mercer Island on March 22. Lake Washington held off the Islanders until Spencer Ward scored a goal off of an assist from Perrin Guyer in the 47 minute. Mercer Island struck again in the 80 minute, with a Jake Michael goal, assisted by Jordan Morris.
On Friday, March 25 the team beat Interlake at home in a 2-0 win.
Adam Kreds was assisted by Taylor Stapf in the first goal of the night, in the 45 minute, followed by a Merlin Granados goal, also assisted by Stapf, in the 58 minute.
Rebels fall to Sammamish, Mercer Island
The Juanita boys soccer team lost to Sammamish and Mercer Island in the last week.
The team lost to Sammamish on March 22 in a 3-1 league game.
Miguel Hernandez scored twice for the Totems, first in the 25 minute, assisted by Taylor Berg, and the second in the 35 minute, assisted by Dauda Sonah.
Kennedy Sosa hit the back of the net for the Rebels in the 65 minute of the game, assisted by Nick Horne. Sammamish scored the final goal of the night, a Tyler Levon goal, shortly there after.
On Friday, March 25 the Rebels lost 6-0 to Mercer Island. With the loss the team dropped to 0-5 this season.
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