Spartans shutout opponents, advance to semifinals | Sumner Girl’s Soccer
The Sumner Spartans’ girl’s soccer team advanced to the state semifinals by beating the Black Hills Wolves 6-0 and the Lake Washington Kangaroos 1-0.
Sumner scored four goals in the first 20 minutes against Black Hills.
Junior Brooke Lancaster scored three goals and had one assist in the 6-0 win.
Lancaster was the only score of the game against Lake Washington with her goal coming in the 60th minute of play.
“It was a huge team effort and our defense played great,” coach Robi Turley said.
Junior Jamie Lange kept both the Wolves and Kangaroos from scoring, allowing Sumner to shutout both teams.
The Spartans return to the final four for the second year in a row. Sumner won the state championships last year beating the Sehome Mariners 1-0.
Sumner will play the West Valley Rams at 6 p.m. on Friday, Nov. 22 at Shoreline Stadium.
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