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Flatt Leads Lc Past Mead

GSL soccer

A 5-minute burst in the second half, when Lewis and Clark scored three goals, was the difference as the Tigers dealt Mead a stunning 4-1 loss in Greater Spokane League boys soccer Monday night at Mead Junior High.

Mead had two first-half goals disallowed on offsides calls and it was a 1-1 game at the 57-minute mark. That’s when Pete Flatt nailed a 25-yard shot for his second goal for LC. A minute later, Jon Guenther converted a penalty kick for the Tigers, and 4 minutes after that Flatt completed a hat trick.

Mead opened the second half with a flurry of shots, but couldn’t get anything past Nick Warrick in the Tigers goal.

Shadle Park 2, CV 1 (OT)

Zach Kingsley scored at 82:30 to end a well-played match and earn the visiting Highlanders the victory.

Kingsley had assisted on Kris Walters’ goal for Shadle at the 64-minute mark following a scoreless first half. Travis Eiffert converted for the Bears, who had a goal disallowed in the first half on an offside call.

Gonzaga Prep 2, University 1 (OT)

Mark Rucker’s goal in sudden death earned the Bullpups the victory after the teams were deadlocked through regulation, overtime and a shootout.

Ferris 6, Rogers 0

Abbas Faridnia controlled midfield and finished with two goals and an assist to spark the unbeaten Saxons.

Rogers had three chances within the first minute, but Ferris keeper Tommy Servine made three big saves. The first was off the kickoff on a one-on-one.

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