The Everett Herald reported that the Archbishop Murphy boys soccer team won their match with Cedarcrest 1-0 on Tuesday, March 27th.
According to the Herald, "The Wildcats, playing Cedarcrest at King's High School while the grass on their new field continues to grow, scored in the 36th minute to win a close 1-0 match against the Red Wolves in a Cascade Conference game Tuesday night."
"Going into the game, both teams were a perfect 2-0 in league play, but only Archbishop Murphy left that way thanks to a strike by Aidan Huggins from 12 yards out that he flicked into the corner of the net. The assist was given to Riley Rayner, who crossed the ball into traffic from the right wing."
Archbishop Murphy season record is 3-0 in league play, and 4-0 overall.
The full Everett Herald article can be found here:
Prep boys soccer: Away from home, Murphy tops Cedarcrest