Liberty High School Patriots win girls soccer finale

November 1, 2011

By Staff

The Liberty High School girls soccer team completed another unbeaten KingCo Conference 3A/2A season Oct. 27 when the Patriots overwhelmed visiting Interlake, 6-0.

Liberty, which had already won the league title, finished KingCo play with a 14-0 record. Interlake, which entered the game in second place, finished at 10-3-1.

The Patriots, 15-1-0 overall, advance to the Class 3A state tournament and will host a first-round game Nov. 9.

Senior forward Cassidy Nangle led the Patriots against Interlake. She scored a hat trick, becoming the third Liberty player this season to score three or more goals in a game. Nangle has 13 goals on the season.

Kailiana Johnson scored her 14th goal, which leads the Patriots.

Nicolle Marlow had two goals for Liberty.

Goalkeeper Macaire Ament recorded her ninth shutout of the season.

On Oct. 25, Liberty downed host Mercer Island, 2-0. Shannon Daly, assisted by Kimi Fry, put the Patriots on the scoreboard at the 14th minute. Nangle, assisted by Kiana Hafferty, scored Liberty’s second goal at the 53rd minute.

Skyline soccer keeps on winning

The Skyline High School girls soccer teams, which had already locked up the KingCo Conference 4A regular-season title, closed out the regular season Oct. 25 with a 1-0 victory against Redmond.

Nicole Cangioglos, assisted by Anna Deweirdt, scored Skyline’s goal just four minutes into the game. The Spartans again played tough defense by registering their eighth shutout of the season. Goalkeeper Sydney Martinez recorded the shutout.

The Spartans finished league play with a 9-0-1 record and had a five-point lead over second place Issaquah, which had a bye. Skyline and Issaquah, who both have secured berths in the Class 4A state tournament, were scheduled to meet again Nov. 1, after The Press’ deadline, at Skyline in the KingCo championship game.

Skyline is 13-0-2 on the season, Issaquah 9-4-2.

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