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Service 4, Eagle R. 0

Service improved to 8-2-2 in Cook Inlet Conference play with a 4-0 win over Eagle River on Saturday. 

Johnny Yoon netted two first-half goals to lead Service, which got another goal from Ian Kroloff to lead 3-0 at the half. 

Ihro Raguindin scored early in the second half to seal the victory. 

Sophomore keeper Caleb Van Blankenstein earned the shutout on his 16th birthday. 

Dimond 7, Bartlett 0

The Dimond Lynx remained unbeaten in conference play Saturday by blanking Bartlett 7-0.

Matt Cerveny scored a hat trick, Jack Sedor scored twice and Colin O’Hare and Cole Fox each added a goal.

Ian Wilber was in net for the Lynx, who are 11-0-1 in the CIC. On Wednesday, Dimond beat East 7-1.

South 2, West 0

Wesley Chien scored both goals off a pair of Taylor Zietlow crosses Saturday, powering South past West 2-0 in CIC soccer action.

 Goaltender Lucas Newman recorded the shutout for the Wolverines.

Chugiak 3, East 1

Brady Sanders scored two first-half goals to spark Chugiak’s 3-1 CIC win over East on Saturday.

 Diego Velez added a goal in the second half for the T-birds.


Chugiak 2, East 1

Holly Brehmer scored a goal and assisted on another to help Chugiak top East 2-1 on Saturday. 

Brehmer’s tally came in the final minute of the first half with Tristyn Hall providing the assist.  

Brehmer fed Marlo Smith, who scored 15 minutes into the second half. East scored in the final minute of the match. 

With the win, Chugiak improved to 6-4-2 in the conference. 

Service 6, Eagle R. 0

Haleigh Van Allen racked up three goals and an assist and Trysten Bailey recorded the shutout Saturday in Service’s 6-0 CIC win over Eagle River.

Madasin Jennings supplied a goal and two assists, Brianna Linnell scored once and Christine Richter set up two goals for the Cougars, who improved to 8-3-1 in the CIC.

South 4, West 0

Kayla Sims booted two goals Saturday to help  lift South to a 4-0 CIC shutout of West.

Keely Jelinek and Morgan Lash also contributed goals, and Vanessa Velez and Abigail Osgood each tallied an assist.




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