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Prep girls soccer: Chelsea Le’s late goal helps Gonzaga Prep advance in State 4A tourney

From staff reports

Chelsea Le scored late to lift Gonzaga Prep (14-5-1) over visiting Sumner (10-3-6) in a State 4A first-round clash on Tuesday.

Le’s header came in the 77th minute on a cross by Sammy Symmes from left wing over the oncoming goalkeeper from 12 yards out.

G-Prep plays the winner of Wednesday’s match between Central Valley and Eastmont later in the week.


Burlington-Edison 3, East Valley 2: Moira MacKay scored twice and the visiting Tigers (17-3-1) eliminated the Knights (14-4-1) in a state first-round game.

Kaitlin Harvey and Chloe Gellhaus scored for East Valley, the Great Northern League champions.


Deer Park 11, Cle Elum-Roslyn 3: Livvy Moore and Hannah Carnahan registered hat tricks and the Stags (15-2-1) routed the visiting Warriors (11-6-1) in the first round of the state tournament.

Deer Park faces Northeast A rival Lakeside in a quarterfinal match later this week.

Lakeside (16-4-0) went on the road and eliminated Warden (15-2-0) 6-1 in its first-round matchup.

Freeman 4, Highland 0: Brynn Van Orden delivered a goal and an assist in the first half and the Scotties (13-7-1) eliminated visiting Highland (13-6-0) in a first-round match.

Delaney Lamotte and Abby Pylant scored second-half goals for the Scotties.

Freeman faces La Salle later this week in a quarterfinal.

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