Congratulations to the boys that made teams, Zach and Zain thoroughly deserved. The teams are always full of players from the top two to three teams so I think we were a little under represented but that’s the way of it sometimes: Congratulations to our honorable mentions who came close to making it to second team! (Jubril, Ben, Kyan and Kevin).
JV won 10-0
Varsity won 4-1
Bonney Lake are a ranked 3A team. They were prepping for the playoffs but fielded a strong team who we beat convincingly. Zain and Zach both deserved their goals. This was a night to celebrate the seniors! Kyan is the life and soul of the team, a great character who we will miss. He played great, driving at the opposition. It was great to see Lucas Sharples out there working hard and creating chances: he deserved to score but the goalie pulled off some good saves. Jubril us such a natural defender and makes things look easy, and we will also miss Ben Martin who offers so much both defending and with the ball at his feet. Joey had to sit this one out but he has been the outstanding defensive midfielder in this league. Last but not least we have Charlie who is the most hardworking player on any team he is on: his work ethic and skill stand him apart, I'm so glad he gets to play next year at college. All will be missed and have helped lead and create a real team this year. We look forward to a bright future with are younger players getting more minutes under their belts last night.
JV won 3-0
Varsity won 4-2
We played out what was in the end a hard fought win against a competitive team and had to cope with some interesting decisions. I was pleased with the way we kept our discipline and showed good spirit in bouncing back from their goals. We didn’t play well the first half and did not execute the game plan we had prepped. The second half was better and we put together some good team moments creating lots of chances. It was great to see Jonah score: he deserved it for his efforts and positive running. Zach continues to excel but I also love that his individual skills also help others: his ball to Jonah was a selfless example of this.
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⇒ 8 Home Games
⇒ 7 Away Games
♦ KingCo 4A conf. games: 9 (5 home, 4 away)
♦ 4A non-conf. games: 1 (1 home)
♦ 3A non-conf. games: 4 (1 home, 3 away)
♦ 2A non-conf. games: 1 (1 home)
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Mount Si draws in eastern Washington courtesy of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal (March 20, 2022)
Mount Si blanks Auburn Mountainview courtesy of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal (March 17, 2022)
Mount Si boys’ soccer opens season with convincing result courtesy of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal (March 13, 2022)
2022 Season Preview courtesy of the Snoqualmie Valley Sports Journal (March 12, 2022)
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