Mount Si’s Joelle Buck, middle in white jersey, was selected to the 4A All-State Girls Soccer first team by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association. The four-year varsity defensive starter played in every game on the schedule — 58 — during her time with the program. She played a total of 4,721 minutes, only missing nine minutes, and was an integral part of a defense that in four years took Mount Si’s goals-against average from 3.2 (2016) to 1.8 (2019). The Pacific Lutheran University soccer signee was also a four-year varsity basketball player and carries a 3.85 cumulative grade-point average. Andy Nystrom/ staff photo

Mount Si’s Joelle Buck, middle in white jersey, was selected to the 4A All-State Girls Soccer first team by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association. The four-year varsity defensive starter played in every game on the schedule — 58 — during her time with the program. She played a total of 4,721 minutes, only missing nine minutes, and was an integral part of a defense that in four years took Mount Si’s goals-against average from 3.2 (2016) to 1.8 (2019). The Pacific Lutheran University soccer signee was also a four-year varsity basketball player and carries a 3.85 cumulative grade-point average. Andy Nystrom/ staff photo

Scoring a soccer honor

  • Thursday, February 27, 2020 11:16am
  • Sports

Mount Si’s Joelle Buck, middle in white jersey, was selected to the 4A All-State Girls Soccer first team by the Washington State Soccer Coaches Association. The four-year varsity defensive starter played in every game on the schedule — 58 — during her time with the program. She played a total of 4,721 minutes, only missing nine minutes, and was an integral part of a defense that in four years took Mount Si’s goals-against average from 3.2 (2016) to 1.8 (2019). The Pacific Lutheran University soccer signee was also a four-year varsity basketball player and carries a 3.85 cumulative grade-point average. Andy Nystrom/ staff photo


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