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Boys soccer scoring leaders

April 12th, 2013 by jeff graham

Here are the latest list of scoring leaders for boys soccer (through games played Friday). Kingston’s Nick Boles has scored five goals in the past two games to take the overall lead in goals (11) and points (27). But North Kitsap’s Nate Foster and Daniel Norberg are close behind Boles with 24 points.
Player, School    Goals    Assists    Points
Nick Boles, King        11    5    27
Nate Foster, NK        9    6    24
Daniel Norberg, NK    6    12    24
Max Meier, PT        8    3    19
Daniel Charlton, PT    7    1    15
Ross Burke, King        7    1    15
Brady Sparrow, NK    6    3    15
Mason Barrett, Seq    7    0    12
Kurt Koemmpel, CK    5    2    12
Miki Andrus, PA        5    1    11
Ansel Hartman, King    5    1    11
Brady Arthur, PT        4    3    11
Tareg Matala-Alvarez, NK    4    3    11
Omar Flores, Seq        3    5    11
Trent’n Pajimula, Oly    5    0    10
Tanner Salmon, Bain    5    0    10
Matt Danielson, Kla    4    2    10
Simon Campo, King    3    4    10
Ron Welches, Seq    2    5    9
Chris Sargent, Brem    4    0    8
Colin Ralston, NM    4    0    8
Brady Arthur, PT    4    0    8
Alex Newton, King    3    2    8
Alex Hernandez, King    3    2    8
Reese Newman, NK    3    1    7
Cameron Chase, Seq    3    1    7
Kennedy Rebman, King    3    0    6
Alex Moon, CK    3    0    6
Aaron Weathington, SK    2    2    6
Bryton Owen, SK        2    2    6
Daniel Wiseman, NM    2    2    6
Derrick Bonafilia, CK    1    4    6
Henry Baldwin, NK    1    4    6
Nick Silberman, PT    0    7    7
Jovani Hernandez, King    0    6    6

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One Response to “Boys soccer scoring leaders”

  1. Ed Waterman Says:

    Jeff, could you please update the soccer scoring leaders each week? Would be appreciated.

    And you need to get on the Kingston High beat. They have won 8 games in a row, outscored their opponents 32-3 in those 8 games. They are the real deal and deep. They could win state. You heard it here first.

    My name is Ed Waterman. My son is #12 on the Bucs. I coached and trained 15 of the varsity players on Kingston and NK. I know soccer. Both these teams are killer. Better than any I’ve seen come out of either school. I think NK is better this year than last year with their elite Explosion players.

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