Girls Soccer Roundup | Oct. 6

Girls Soccer Roundup | Oct. 6

All seven local teams were in action on Thursday night.

Central Kitsap 3, Yelm 2

The Cougars picked up their third league victory in a row on the road in Yelm. Lauren Hudson scored twice for Central Kitsap with an additional goal tallied by Madisyn Diabo. Lindsay Chaffee assisted on Hudson’s second goal. The win also helped Central Kitsap stay tied with Peninusla for second place in the 3A South Sound Conference. The Cougars play three times next week — Oct. 9 at Klahowya, Oct. 10 at North Thurston and Oct. 12 home versus Shelton.

North Mason 2, Bremerton 1

Lucy Holloway scored on a long free kick for the Knights, but it was not enough as they fell, 2-1, to North Mason for the second time this season.

Sumner 3, South Kitsap 1

Northern Arizona commit Sam Larberg scored 16 seconds into the match as the Spartans defeated South Kitsap, 3-1. Teanna Lathum scored the lone goal for the Wolves off a corner kick by Eliza Villarma. Kylie Wing and Mia Mahaffey also scored for Sumner.

Klahowya 6, Port Townsend 1

The Eagles continued its domination of fellow 1A teams with a five-goal victory over Port Townsend. Klahowya has one more big test coming up next week against Central Kitsap before returning to league play.

Olympic 2, Sequim 0

The Trojans bounced back from its loss to Klahowya with two second half goals in its victory over Sequim. Olympic remains four points ahead of North Kitsap for second place in the Olympic 2A League.

North Kitsap 3, Kingston 1

After a mid-September dry spell, the Vikings have rebounded in a big way with seven goals in the past two games, including three in a victory over Kingston. North Kitsap has an Oct. 12 match with Olympic, which could go a long way in determining the top spot in the league.

— If you have information for a Kitsap Daily News sports roundup, send it to Mark Krulish at mkrulish@soundpublishing.com.

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