'Outstanding' season for Snoqualmie Middle School's first soccer season

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Snoqualmie Middle School’s first boys soccer season saw success for the varsity squad. A mixture of seventh and eighth graders provided a good balance.

SMS was unbeaten all season.

Goaltending was watertight with Eric Virta and Riley Laase outstanding throughout the season. The defense, led by Zach Gallagher, restricted the opposition to an average of less than a goal a game.

Peter Yoshikawa, Keahn White and Petru Constantin were all outstanding performers throughout the season, said coach Ben Tomlisson. He credited outstanding work by Nick Gallagher, Kyle Hunter, Dominic Vrana, Ryan Stuit and Spencer Arons, who deservedly got the last goal of the season.


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