Category Archives: Soccer

Kingston’s Smith nearing 100 wins at school

Kingston boys soccer coach Craig Smith said he’s looking to provide his team with some extra motivation this season.

Getting Smith his 100th win at Kingston might do the trick.

Smith, who is in his eighth season coaching the Buccaneers, is getting close to the century mark for victories. His overall mark after Tuesday’s win against Sequim is 92-24-9.

Take a look at Smith’s career at Kingston. It’s pretty impressive.

2008: 13-2-3 (state quarterfinals)

2009: 12-5-0

2010: 13-2-2

2011: 11-2-3

2012: 8-5-4

2013: 15-4-0

2014: 18-3-0 (state quarterfinals)

2015: 2-1-0 (through 3 games)

Girls Soccer: Cook, Doty earn state MVP awards

Klahowya’s McKenzie Cook and Crosspoint’s Desere’e Doty earned most valuable player honors this week as the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association published its all-state girls soccer teams.

Cook earned MVP honors for Class 1A, while Doty was named MVP for 2B/1B.

A complete list of players is listed below. Local players are bolded.

Class 4A

MVP – Kelsey Turnbow, Forward – Central Valley Coach of the Year – Andres Monrroy – Central Valley

First Team

Forwards – Kelsey Turnbow, Soph, Central Valley; Karli White, Sr. Mount Si; Morgan Weaver, Jr. Curtis; Gabriela Pelogi, Sr. Federal Way; Alysha Overland, Sr. Moses Lake.

Midfielders – Jessica Udovich, Sr. Puyallup; Kelli Sullivan, Sr. Skyline; Liz Griffith, Sr. Puyallup; Anyssa DeVera, Jr. Camas.

Defenders – Kaylene Pang, Soph. Issaquah; Megan Spataro, Sr. Olympia; Abbey Porter, Sr. Skyline; Lyrik Fryer, Sr. Issaquah.

Goal Keeper – Lauren Rood, Jr. Camas.

Second Team

Forwards – Samantha Heilman, Jr. Richland; Leahi Manthei, Soph, Gig Harbor; Sophia Chilczuk, Soph. Kentridge; Drew Locknane, Jr. Jackson.

Midfielders – Mia Corbin, Jr. Tahoma; Stephanie Overland, Sr. Moses Lake; Hailey Parker, Sr. South Kitsap; Ally Carrigan, Sr. Kentridge; Annie Hoffman, Sr. Issaquah.

Defenders – Hadyn Gabbert, Sr. Lewis and Clark; Lynnae George, Sr. Jackson; McKenna Stocker, Sr. Central Valley; Mason Minder, Jr. Camas.

Goal Keeper – Elisa Randel, Sr. South Kitsap.

Honorable Mention

Forwards – Amanda Johnston, Sr. Skyline; Alex Sanders, Jr. Union.
Midfielders – Holly Rothering, Jr. Snohomish; Madison Cooley, Jr. Jackson; Riley Allison, Sr.

Camas; Lexsi Manning, Sr. Curtis; Riley Steele Jr West Valley Yakima. Defenders – Tylor Adcock, Jr. Kamiak; Baylee Fontaine, Sr. Wenatchee; Emery Wallerich, Sr.

Gig Harbor; Makenna Wheeler, Sr. Snohomish; Amanda Ellinghaus, Sr. Curtis. Goal Keeper – Sophie Kabel, Jr. Olympia.

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Kitsap doubles up on state soccer championships

Kitsap doesn’t win a lot of state soccer titles, but it won two on Sunday.
Klahowya won the Class 1A title by beating King’s 1-0 in Shoreline.
It matches the 2A title the Eagles won — the first in county history — back in 1999.
The goal they scored was just the sixth King’s had given up this year.

Crosspoint won its second consecutive Class B title, beating Liberty Bell 5-1.

That gives Kitsap four girls state soccer and six overall.

Olympic League 2A/1A girls soccer all-league teams

Klahowya’s Izzy Severns and McKenzie Cook shared Olympic League 1A girls soccer MVP honors this week as coaches voted on all-league teams.
Severns and Cook have combined for 57 goals for the Eagles, who play La Salle on Saturday in the state quarterfinals.
Coach of the year honors went to Port Townsend’s Colin Foden.
In the Olympic League 2A, North Kitsap’s Gemma Ferland took home the MVP award. Ferland, a midfielder, helped led the Vikings to the state tournament for the fourth time in five seasons.
Port Angeles’ Scott Moseley and North Mason’s Mitchell James shared coach of the year honors.

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All-Narrows League 4A/3A girls soccer teams

South Kitsap senior midfielder Hailey Parker earned Narrows League 4A girls soccer most valuable player honors this week.
Parker was one of six South Kitsap players named to the first team, while Julie Cain was named coach of the year.
Central Kitsap’s Vicky Webb earned coach of the year honors for Narrows League 3A. Seven Cougars received first-team honors.
All-Narrows League
Class 4A
MVP—Hailey Parker, sr., MF, South Kitsap
Coach of the Year—Julie Cain, South Kitsap
First Team
Goalkeeper—Elisa Randel, sr., South Kitsap; Sophie Kabel, jr., Olympia.
Forward—Rachael Prince, sr., South Kitsap; Emily Walsh, fr., Bellarmine; Leahi Manthei, so., Gig Harbor, Jenna Killman, so., Olympia.
Midfielder—Kaylee Kebba, sr., Bellarmine; Rachel Ross, sr., Gig Harbor; Hayley Romo, sr., South Kitsap; Ari de la Cruz, jr., South Kitsap; Mary Lindgren, sr., Olympia; Mia Ostergren, jr., Gig Harbor; Leah Magee, jr., Timberline; Casey Whitt, sr., Timberline.
Defender—Emma Lynch, jr., Stadium; Adri Jackson, sr., South Kitsap; Emily Nelson, jr., Bellarmine; Julia Hallis, sr., Bellarmine; Megan Spataro, sr., Olympia; Emery Wallerich, sr., Gig Harbor.

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Girls soccer state tournament schedule

Here are the details for the girls soccer teams playing in the first round of state this week:

Class 4A

South Kitsap vs. Union at Silverdale Stadium, Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Class 3A

Central Kitsap vs. Arlington at Silverdale Stadium, Tuesday, 5:30 p.m.

Class 2A

North Kitsap vs. Hockinson at North Kitsap High School, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

Olympic vs. Squalicaum at Civic Field, Bellingham, Wednesday, 7 p.m.

Class 1A

Klahowya vs. Eatonville at Orting High School, Tuesday, 6 p.m.

Class B

Crosspoint vs. Life Chrisitian, TBD

Girls soccer postseason schedule

Here is this week’s schedule for girls soccer teams competing in the West Central District playoffs:

Class 4A

South Kitsap: The Narrows League 4A champs have already clinched a berth to the state tournament. They’ll play for seeding Saturday at Mount Tahoma at 1 p.m. against Thursday’s winner between Puyallup and Tuesday’s Gig Harbor/Federal Way winner. There are a total of 6 state berths available out of this WCD tournament.

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