Seamount playoff soccer

Hornets eliminate Renton from playoffs

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  • Friday, May 30, 2008 3:00pm
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Renton’s Brandon Schaefer (red) steals the ball from Joey Jackson of White River.

Renton’s Brandon Schaefer (red) steals the ball from Joey Jackson of White River.

Games on May 6

Hornets eliminate Renton from playoffs

Renton fell to White River 10-0.

The Hornets (7-7-3 overall, 5-6-3 SPSL 3A) got on the board early with a goal by Chris Tieu. The senior has seven goals this season. Justin Chase added another early goal at the 10-minute mark.

White River’s Brad McArtor and Evan Robertson tacked on goals in the final minutes of the game.

Justin Wales and Paul Root combined for the shutout, as the Indians (5-10, 5-9 Seamount) couldn’t get into the flow offensively.

White River takes the seventh seed to West Central-Southwest Districts, Renton’s season is over.

Rams shutout BLHS

Mount Rainier beat Bonney Lake 2-0.

David Lugo earned the shutout for Mount Rainier (12-2-3, 10-2-2 Seamount). A.J. Nitzel and Darwin Jones provided the goals. It was the 23rd goal of the season for Jones.

The Rams rebounded from a tough end to the season. They lost to Kennedy and tied Hazen in the final two regular season games, it was the only non-winning streak of the season.

Bonney Lake (6-3-7, 5-2-7 SPSL 3A) was riding a 10-game unbeaten streak entering the game.

Mount Rainier takes the fifth seed to districts, Bonney Lake the sixth.

Pirates continue hot streak into playoffs

Highline beat Sumner 5-0.

The Pirates (13-2-1, 11-2-1 Seamount) got a hat trick from Marshall Kosaka. The senior has 17 goals on the season. Nick Foutz earned the shutout.

Mowlid Hersi and Jesus Cervantes also scored goals. Ruben Rodriguez, Evan Richter and Cervantes added assists.

The Pirates have been nearly unstoppable since getting all of their club players back on the team. Since March 20 Highline has gone 11-0-1, with Hazen being the only team to tie.

Sumner (6-4-7, 6-2-6 SPSL 3A) has lost three of the team’s past five games.

Highline takes the third seed to districts, Sumner the fourth.

Lancers fall to Ravens

Auburn Riverside dropped Kennedy 3-1.

The Ravens (14-1-2, 12-0-2 SPSL 3A) scored quickly when Tyson Sykes knocked in an unassisted goal at the four-minute mark.

Kennedy (12-4, 12-2 Seamount) pulled even when Max Crawley scored at the 26-minute mark, but the tie was short-lived. Riverside’s Erin Lane scored just minutes later. John Fahrner added an insurance goal late in the game.

Auburn Riverside takes the first seed to districts, Kennedy the second.

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