4A GIRLS Friday-Saturday at Sparks Stadium, Puyallup 2016 state champions: Camas Friday’s semifinals No. 2 Kennedy Catholic (17-1-3) vs. No. 1 Central Valley (17-0-0), 6 p.m. No. 6 Camas (16-2-2) vs. No. 3 Issaquah (18-2-0), 8 p.m. Saturday’s schedule Third-place at noon. Championship at 4 p.m. 4A skinny Kennedy Catholic: The last time Kennedy Catholic made it to the semifinals was in 2008 where they lost 4-1 to Everett.
Fear was not an option. If the piece of scripture Life Christian Academy girls soccer coach Chris Anderson chose to read before the state championship did not spell it out, then it was the play, and what proved to be the game-winning goal, from sophomore Tyler Taff that made it clear. In the 21st minute, Taff was on the receiving end of a perfect left-side cross from sophomore Landyn Lovelady that gave her a one-on-one with St. George’s goalkeeper, Cate Caporicci.
Belief is powerful thing. For the Life Christian Academy girls soccer team, the concept came in stages this season. During a preseason team meeting, not everyone figured make-the-state-tournament would be one. Now Life Christian is only in the state for just the second time in school history, but it has made its deepest run ever. The Eagles face Adna at 4 p.m. Friday at Sunset Chev Stadium in Sumner in the 2B/1B state semifinals. “I’m really proud of them,” Life Chrisian coach Chris Anderson said.
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