Tahoma, Kentridge, Kentwood and Kentlake score a combined 10 goals in opening round of playoffs | Prep Girls Soccer

South Puget Sound League North girls soccer teams represented the division well in the league seeding games Wednesday night.

Kentwood, Kentridge, Tahoma and Kentlake all won on the road Wednesday.

North division champion Kentwood put together a 1-0 win over top-ranked Todd Beamer.

Laura Moore scored the lone goal for Kentwood off a ball from Sarah Bindl at the 47 minute mark earning the SPSL No. 1 seed into the West Central District playoffs on Saturday but also bringing home the unofficial SPSL title and bragging rights.

Kentwood will get the winner of tonight's pigtail game between Rogers and Curtis. The Conks play at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Art Crate Stadium in a winner-to-state game.

Kentridge won 1-0 in overtime against Emerald Ridge, earning the SPSL No. 3 seed, and will play Evergreen, the second seed out of the Greater St. Helen's League at noon at Art Crate.

Kentlake, meanwhile, crushed Curtis 3-0. Olivia Parish scored first for the Falcons 11 minutes, 25 seconds in the game, with an unassisted goal then Callen Shelton sent a ball to Timary Mathena at the 42:57 mark. Shelton put in the third goal for Kentlake on an assist form Alyssa Simonson with less than four minutes left in the match.

The win earned Kentlake the SPSL No. 7 seed and a match up with Narrows No. 2 Gig Harbor at noon on Saturday at Stadium Bowl.

Tahoma, with its decisive 4-0 win over Puyallup, is the SPSL No. 5 seed and will play Olypmia, the third seed from the Narrows League, at 2 p.m. on Saturday at Stadium Bowl.

In the Bears victory over the Vikings, four different Tahoma players scored: Kaysha Darcie started it off with a goal at the 20 minute mark then Becca Velasco followed 10 minutes later. Paige Hammock put the ball in the net at the 65 minute mark and Tori Tappero finished the scoring with seven minutes left in the contest.


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