Edmonds-Woodway 4, Jackson 1
A hat trick from sophomore Alyse Pattison (4th, 23rd and 39th minute) and a goal from freshman Rylee Peterson in the 53rd minute gave the Warriors (9-4-1 league, 9-5-2 overall) a 4-1 upset over 4A Wesco South leader Jackson (10-2-2, 11-3-2). E-W now owns second place in the division thanks to the win, combined with Kamiak’s loss to Cascade.
Meadowdale 3, Mountlake Terrace 1
The Mavs were led by two goals from Alisa Sagdahl in the 3A victory over Mountlake Terrace. Sagdahl scored her first goal in the 21st minute (Roslyn Stapleton assist) and provided an assist on another Meadowdale goal by Sara Fjortoft in the 37th minute. In the goal for the Mavs was Ashley Routh. The win gave Meadowdale, now 13-4 league, 13-4 overall, second place in Wesco 3A and second seed in the district playoffs.
4A District 1 tournament at Stanwood H.S.
The Edmonds-Woodway doubles team of Younghan Kim and Dylan Merrill are going to state next spring. The Warriors’ duo defeated Kamiak’s Andrew and Dominic Lee 6-2, 6-7, 6-1 to earn the berth.
In singles, Cascade’s Patrick Chung beat E-W’s Brandon Bulaclac in the consolation match, 5-7, 6-4, 6-0, eliminating Bulaclac from a possible trip to state.
3A District 1 tournament at Mount Vernon H.S.
Meadowdale’s boys singles and doubles hopefuls to next spring’s state tennis tournament were edged out of the competition in the District 1 tournament Wednesday, losing in their respective consolation finals.
In singles, Juan Ramirez of Shorecrest beat Glacier Peak’s Dylan Mozlowski 6-2, 6-1 to win the 3A District 1 title. Mozlowski then beat Meadowdale’s Brian Nguyen 6-2, 6-2 in the consolation final. (The top three finishers in both singles and doubles qualify for state.)
Nguyen lost his first match of the tournament, but came back with three straight wins to reach the consolation final.
In doubles, Shorewood’s Hunter Nelson and Miles Jamieson downed Meadowdale’s Evan DeVries and Andrew Fijalka 6-4, 6-4 to earn their place at state. DeVries and Fijalka were defeated by Ferndale’s Tanner Hansen and Erik Arntsen 4-6, 6-3, 6-3 in the doubles consolation final.