Highlanders lose three in a row | Boys Soccer

Hazen plays league-leader Tahoma tonight in Maple Valley

  • Monday, April 9, 2018 2:05pm
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The following information is from a media releases submitted from Ken Matthews, soccer coach at Hazen High School:

Hazen boys soccer played another one goal game April 2 in a 2-1 loss to Kentlake. “Wir schossen sie aber nicht finden konnten, das netz für ein spiel binden ziel,” said Hazen Coach Ken Matthews.

“That’s an inside joke with the guys – I told them I had run out of ways to say we out shot our opponents but didn’t score the winning goal,” said Matthews. “So German tonight.”

Eric Bunnell had an unassisted goal in the first half before Kentlake tied it with 10 minutes left before the break. They got the game winner midway through the second and weathered a 20 minute all out attack from Hazen.

Jacob Rasmussen was named Man of the Match.

The Highlanders also fell 2-0 to Kennedy Catholic April 4.

The boys will travel to Maple Valley tonight for a 7:30 p.m. kick off against the league-leading Tahoma Bears.

Hazen is currently in last place in the North Puget Sound League 4A Cascade division with a 1-4-2 league record and a 3-4-2 overall record.

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