Reed Paradissis gets possession of the ball right at the beginning of the game. (Photo courtesy of Calder Productions)

Mount Si boys soccer team takes a win and a loss to close out March; travels to Inglemoor tonight

  • Tuesday, April 4, 2017 8:56am
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Mount Si’s boys soccer team finished out March with both a win and a loss. The team faced off against Newport on Tuesday, March 28, and was able to secure a 2-1 victory.

The team was not able to repeat that performance on Friday, March 31 however, losing to Eastlake 2-0.

In Tuesday’s game against Newport, the teams traded halves. Newport scored a single goal in the first half, and none in the second, while Mount Si remained scoreless in the first. Wildcats Alec Bothwell and Kyle Hunter each scored goals in the second half to win the period and the game.

Mount Si’s current season record sits at two wins, three losses, and 2 ties.

For their first games of April, the Wildcats play Inglemoor on Tuesday, April 4, at Pop Keeney Stadium in Bothell; they return for another home game on Friday, April 7, against Woodinville.

Andy Kirby faces off against two Eastlake players as he gets into position to pass. (Photo courtesy of Calder Productions)

Cameron Dwight leaps into the air to take a big shot on the Eastlake goal. (Photo courtesy of Calder Productions)

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