Here are the All State teams in Washington for Fall 2017 as voted on by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association (WSSCA). Class 4A MVP – Maddie Kemp – Camas Coach of the Year – Tom Bunnell – Issaquah First Team Forwards – Maddie Kemp, Jr. Camas; Summer Yates, Sr. Chiawana; Jadyn Edwards, Sr.Jackson; Mariah Van Halm, Sr. Issaquah. Midfielders – Claudia Longo, Sr. Issaquah; Meredith Udovich, Soph. Puyallup; Chase... Continue Reading →
Pasco High School soccer player Edwin Aquino picked to US Youth Soccer Olympic Development Program’s Interregional Tournament All-Star team Source: Pasco’s rising soccer star now picking up national accolades
ELLENSBURG, WA---The Ellensburg High School athletic department announced Thursday that it hired Mark Timko as its new boys soccer coach. Timko takes over for Levi Teasley who has coached the last seven seasons. "Mark’s passion for soccer is contagious and he has a clear vision for the program," said Ellensburg Athletic Director Cole Kanyer. "We... Continue Reading →
Payton Aselton and Brieanna Dell are both high-scoring underclassmen and, in year where younger players took over the pitch, the duo split MVP honors on The Chronicle’s 2017 All-Area Girls. Source: 2017 All-Area Girls Soccer: Adna’s Aselton, Tenino’s Dell Highlight All-Area Squad The All-Area team features just four seniors and two juniors. Five sophomores made... Continue Reading →
The Dragons had rolled into the final four, looking for their third consecutive title. After surviving a brutal semifinal match with archrival Preston, the boys threw everything but the mascot at Crosspoint before giving way, 2-0 on Nov. 18. Source: St. George’s establishing itself as State B soccer juggernaut
The United Soccer Coaches posted their list of Fall High School Soccer All Americans and three players from the Northwest were honored. From Oregon's Jesuit High School Forward Emma Treasure made the list. From Washington, Issaquah High School's Forward Mariah Van Halm and Camas High School's Forward Madison Kemp were selected. See the All American... Continue Reading →
Tony (Alan) Creswell 47, lifetime resident of Monroe, WA passed away in his home October 27, 2017 after a courageous three and a half year battle against Glioblastoma brain cancer. Tony was born February 1, 1970 in Everett, WA to Smiley and Irene Creswell, the youngest of their five children. Tony was an avid athlete... Continue Reading →
The Cascade Conference is officially splitting apart. South Whidbey High School is leaving the combined class 1A/2A conference with four other 1A schools — King’s, Cedar Park Christian-Bothell, Sultan and Granite Falls — to form a new league called the North Sound Conference. It’s slated to begin in the fall of 2018. Source: South Whidbey... Continue Reading →
CAMAS, WA---Roland Minder still lives and breathes soccer. But after 23 years of coaching boys and girls soccer teams at Camas High School, the 63-year-old feels the time is right to step back from the boys program and find the right person to lead the Papermakers into the future on the soccer pitch. Source: Minder... Continue Reading →
Chiawana Riverhawks senior forward Summer Yates is named Tri-City Herald All-Area Girls Soccer Player of the Year, Kamiakin Braves coach Chris Erikson is top coach. See the full 2017 All-Area team here. Source: All-Area soccer picks are in, no surprises at the top
While it seems as though every other family you meet in Tacoma has a daughter playing soccer, it hasn’t always turned into wins on the field for Grit City teams over the years. Source: All-City Soccer Team led by winners | Tacoma Weekly With the exception of Bellarmine Prep, there hasn’t been much in the... Continue Reading →
Seniors Calley Heilborn of Auburn Riverside, left, and Makena Carr of Liberty pose in front of The Seattle Times’ press in Bothell (Courtney Pedroza/The Seattle Times) Source: Star Times girls soccer: Big-scoring, state-winning season earns Liberty’s Makena Carr player of the year After Makena Carr produced a magical 20-goal, two-assist season as freshman on a... Continue Reading →
Another season has wrapped up on the pitch in Kitsap County. Klahowya and Olympic both captured league championships, with North Kitsap and Central Kitsap also earning appearances in the playoffs. Both North Kitsap and Klahowya made it the furthest, each being eliminated in the quarterfinals of their respective state tournaments. Source: Webb named Coach of... Continue Reading →
Kyle Suits, coach of of Marysville Getchell’s soccer team, and Jaci LeGore-Hodgins, coach of the MG-Marysville Pilchuck girls swim team, won Coach of the Year honors in their respective sports in the WESCO 3A North selections. Source: All-WESCO North standouts include 2 local coaches | Arlington Times Coach of the Year: Kyle Suits, MG First Team... Continue Reading →
Four years ago, Sedro-Woolley girls’ soccer coach Gary Warman tabbed promising freshman Della Babcock as a player around whom he could build an improving Cubs program. Source: Skagit Valley Herald Girls' Soccer Player of the Year: Della Babcock
In the immediate seconds following the final whistle signaling the end of the Class 4A state soccer championship game, Issaquah head coach Tom Bunnell was mobbed by his assistant coaches in a moment of jubilation. Source: Issaquah earns state soccer championship | Issaquah-Sammamish Reporter
Mercer Island dominated in a 4-1 win against the Stadium Tigers on Nov. 18 in Puyallup. Source: Mercer Island earns first-ever girls state soccer championship | Mercer Island Reporter
The love these Camas girls soccer players have for each other goes beyond any state championship or third-place finish. Article Source: Soccer sisterhood lives on “We’re a sisterhood. We don’t just say that. We mean it,” said team captain Perri Belzer. “After every practice, we’re thanking each other for being there because we all genuinely... Continue Reading →
Now a midfielder, Lauren Hudson continued to score goals at a high rate en route to being named Kitsap Sun girls soccer player of the year. Source: New position, similar results for Central Kitsap's Hudson One of Central Kitsap girls soccer coach Vicky Webb's favorite stories about Lauren Hudson involves watching Hudson play as a... Continue Reading →
The 3A WIAA Fall Soccer Championship pitted the Mercer Island High School Islanders against Tacoma's Stadium Tigers. The Islanders won the trophy, 4-1. Rick Edelman shot the match for goalWA.net. See a bunch of photos from Rick at Facebook.com/goalWA!
The Crosspoint Warriors (Bremerton) and St. George's Dragons (Spokane) met for the 2017 WIAA 1B/2B Boys soccer championship on Saturday November 18 at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner, WA. Crosspoint won the trophy with a 2-0 triumph. Quinn Width shot the match for goalWA.net. See her gallery of photos at Facebook.com/goalWA!
The 4A WIAA Fall Soccer Championship featured the Bears of Spokane's Central Valley High School against the Eagles of Issaquah High. It was a close affair that went to IHS by a score of 2-1. Rick Edelman shot the match for goalWA.net and has loads of photos over at Facebook.com/goalWA.
The 2017 Fall Soccer WIAA State Champions have been crowned in 5 Girls Divisions and 1 Boys. All six winners are from the west side of the state and the greater Puget Sound area. (WIAA graphics.) The winning towns are Issaquah (2), Mercer Island, Shoreline, Tacoma and Bremerton. 4A Match: Seattle Times report Photos: goalWA.net... Continue Reading →