Girls soccer teams close out season, eyes on playoffs

Hazen

The Highlanders girls soccer team is heading into the final couple matches of the regular season at fourth place in the 4A North Puget Sound League Cascade Division.

Hazen has a 6-5-0 division record and 7-6-0 overall. The girls played Kentridge Thursday at home, which was after the press deadline.

The Highlanders close the season 7:30 p.m. Tuesday on the road against Kentlake and at 3:30 p.m. Thursday at home against Kennedy Catholic.

Hazen most recently posted a win and loss. The girls lost to Kentwood 2-1 Monday and beat Mount Rainier 4-2 Tuesday.

The West Central/Southwest District Soccer Tournament begins Oct. 31.

Liberty

The Patriots are in second place in the KingCo 2A/3A League.

The team league record is 8-2-1 and overall 9-2-1.

The girls played Lake Washington Thursday and close the season with a 10 a.m. Saturday match at home against Sammamish and at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at home against Bellevue.

The Patriots have not lost a game since Sept. 26 against Lake Washington. The girls tied league-leading Mercer Island 1-1 Oct. 5.

Liberty beat Redmond 4-2 Tuesday.

The 2A District Tournament begins Oct. 26.

Lindbergh

The Eagles are in third place 2A South Puget Sound League Mountain Division with an 8-3-1 division record and 9-4-1 overall.

The girls played Washington Thursday at home and the team closes the season 5:30 p.m. at home against Foss.

Lindbergh rolled over Foster Tuesday 8-0.

The 2A District Tournament begin Oct. 28

Renton

The Indians played Orting Thursday on the road and host Highline at 7:30 p.m. Monday to close the regular season.

Renton is in fifth place in the 2A Sound Puget Sound League Sound Division with a 4-7-1 record and 4-9-1 overall.

The girls lost to Tyee 4-1 on Tuesday.

The 2A District Tournament begin Oct. 28.

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