Wildcats boys soccer team clinches 4A KingCo regular season title

Mount Si will host Kamiak in first round of the playoffs on May 7.

  • Thursday, April 25, 2019 9:56am
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The Mount Si Wildcats clinched the 4A KingCo regular season championship courtesy of a convincing 4-2 victory against the Newport Knights on April 23.

The Wildcats, who improved their overall record to 12-1 with the triumph, will host Kamiak in the first round of the 2019 Wes-King 4A boys district soccer tournament on May 7. Mount Si has outscored its opponents 38-16 during the 2019 season. Sully Smith has scored 13 goals and has added three assists thus far. Senior Drew Harris has a team-high 11 assists and has chipped in five goals as well.

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