Top performer: Nick Iregui, Charles Wright, junior
3 goals in win over Klahowya for district title
3A West Central/Southwest district tournament
Sumner 4, North Thurston 0: Four goals from four players helped Sumner (10-4-1 3A SPSL) blank North Thurston (9-5-1 3A Narrows).
The Rams’ season ended with the defeat, while the Spartans moved on to play Central Kitsap.
Central Kitsap 3, Peninsula 2: The Cougars (10-4-2 3A Narrows) managed to take down the Seahawks (9-8-0 3A Narrows) in a loser-out game.
Central Kitsap will take on Sumner in another loser-out game at Highline Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
Auburn Mountainview 3, Hazen 2: A thrilling comeback from the Lions (14-2-0 3A SPSL) stunned the Highlanders (11-4-1 3A Seamount) and sent Auburn Mountainview to the championship game.
When stoppage time started, Hazen held a 2-1 lead. By the time the final whistle blew, the Lions had scored two goals to take the lead.
Auburn Mountainview will play Capital for the district title.
Capital 2, Columbia River 0: A big game from Nigel El-Sokkary helped Capital (11-2-3 3A Narrows) blank Columbia River (9-3-3 3A GSHL) and earn a berth in the district title game.
Sokkary scored the first goal and assisted on the second.
The Cougars will take on Auburn Mountainview at Highline Memorial Stadium on Saturday.
2A West Central/SeaKing bi-district tournament
Franklin Pierce 2, Evergreen 1: The Cardinals (10-4-1 2A SPSL) advanced while Evergreen (4-10-1 2A Seamount) saw its season end.
Franklin Pierce (10-4-1) will play in the district title game against Fife at Franklin Pierce Stadium on Saturday.
Fife 5, Liberty 0: The Patriots (4-7-3 2A KingCo) were sent packing back to Issaquah after a flurry of goals by Fife (12-3-1 2A SPSL).
Fife has a matchup against Franklin Pierce in the district finals on Saturday at Franklin Pierce Stadium.
1A West Central District tournament
Port Townsend 3, Vashon 1: In a win-or-go-home match, the Pirates (9-3-4 1A Nisqually) came up short against Port Townsend (8-7-1 1A Olympic), which heads to the tournament finals.
Charles Wright 3, Klahowya 0: Nick Iregui scored all three goals as the Tarriers (11-3-0 1A Nisqually) won the district championship against Klahowya (14-1-1 1A Olympic).
Iregui has 20 goals this season.