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  • Thursday, March 23, 2017 8:00am
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Liberty 5, Sammamish 0

March 21 at Sammamish

Liberty goals: Cody Hughes 9:00 (Kieran Selby assist), Conroy Leung 30:00 (Hughes), Hughes 33:00 (Ethan Diaz), Davis Noblat 55:00 (Diaz) and Holden Kooiker 77:00 (PK).

Liberty record: 1-0-1 league, 2-1-1 overall.

Hazen 7, Kent-Meridian 1

March 21 at Hazen

Hazen goals: Abel Haro, Chase Fjetland, Drew Wilson, Robbie Schroeder, Leon Bamba, Eric Bunnell and Wilson.

Goals assisted by Wilson, Kale Soares, Arturo Munoz, Christian Chavez, Tyler Bunnell, Bamba and Schroeder.

Hazen record: 1-1-0 league, 3-1-0 overall.

Hazen 1, Tahoma 2

March 17 at Tahoma

Hazen goal: Robbie Schroeder, Chase Fjetland.

Liberty 1, Bellevue 1

March 16 at Bellevue

Liberty goal: Ethan Diaz 31:00 (PK).

Hazen 2, Lindbergh 1

March 15 at Hazen

Hazen goals: Abel Haro, Drew Wilson.

Both assisted by Christian Chavez.


Hazen 3, Kennedy Catholic 2

March 20 at Hazen

No. 1 singles: Misa Takami (H) def. Lauren Jergens 6-1, 6-0. No. 2 singles: Lily Olson (K) def. Vanessa Pacheco-Altig 6-0, 6-0.

No. 1 doubles: Andressa Chan/Trista Aoki (H) def. Hannah Rassmussen/Emily Sprague 6-1, 6-0.

No. 2 doubles: Taylor Stokes/Annelise Nguyen (K) def. Jeanise Wong/Kira Kusumi 6-1, 2-6, 12-10.

No. 3 doubles: Marie Fenske/Brittney Do (H) def. Grace Grotz/Alena Friedrich 2-6, 6-4, 6-3.

Hazen record: 1-0 league and overall.


Lindbergh Boys

March 16 at Renton Memorial Stadium

Lindbergh 109 – Tyee 8

Lindbergh 83 – Foster 38

Lindbergh 103 – Evergreen 20

Lindbergh Girls

Lindbergh 121 – Tyee 6

Lindbergh 108 – Foster 28

Lindbergh 117 – Evergreen 17

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