Edmonds-Woodway comes up short on the road with 2-0 loss to Kamiak

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    Warriors sophomore defender Michaela Moren (#9) slows down Knights senior midfielder Cassidy Seckman (#6).

    Note: Wilson Tsoi is a freelance photographer who occasionally covers Edmonds-Woodway and Meadowdale soccer matches. What follows is his report and photos of the Tuesday match between EWHS and Kamiak.

    The Lady Knights hosted Edmonds-Woodway and came away with a 2-0 Kamiak victory. The Warriors (1-1 league, 1-2 overall,) kept up with the home team for an entire first half, trading punch for punch as both teams had a handful of chances on goal, but not able to convert.

    The level of competitiveness heats up in second half as Edmonds-Woodway had two break-away opportunities within a span of 10 minutes, but advances by E-W senior midfielder Mireya Saucedo (#6) and sophomore forward Cameron McCarty (#14) were denied by Kamiak senior GK Tana Foster.

    The Lady Knights pulled ahead 1-0 at 54 minutes when senior midfielder Lauren Luke (#18) back-heeled a pass to the waiting junior midfielder Paige Littrell (#11), who knocked it in from top of penalty box. Kamiak scored its second goal in second extra time when Luke redirect a ball to far post after receiving a senior midfielder Cassidy Seckman (#6) cross from the left.  Sophomore Emma Makela and Foster combined for Kamiak shutout.

    Edmonds-Woodway freshman midfielder Savanah Van Citters (#18) heads the ball in second half.
    Kamiak senior defender Shelby Knowles (#9) fights with E-W's Kyanna Justice (#2).
    Warriors senior defender Sophie Judd (#7) heads the ball away from Knights freshman forward Alexa Derks (#21).

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