At Shoreline Stadium

Friday’s semifinals — Squalicum vs. Sumner, 6 p.m.; Sehome vs. West Valley-Yakima, 8 p.m.

Saturday’s finals — Third and fourth place, noon; Championship, 4 p.m.

Tickets: One day, $9 adults, $7 students, seniors. Both days, $15 adults, $10 students, seniors.


Squalicum Storm

Record: 19-1-1 overall, 11-1 Northwest League.

State ranking: No. 4.

Postseason: d. Lake Washington 2-1; d. Archbishop Murphy 2-1; d. Sehome 2-1; d. Fife 6-0; d. Hockinson 4-1.

State history: Two appearances, no trophies.

GF-GA: 77-9.

Leading scorers: Kim Hazlett (fr.) 19 goals; Kim Dorr (fr.) 11 goals.

Note: Squalicum, which was 0-2 at state prior to this season, owns a 15-game win streak since a 1-0 loss to rival and semifinalist Sehome on Sept. 20. Against Hockinson the Storm scored three goals within 3:40 early in the second half.

Sumner Spartans

Record: 19-0 overall, 14-0 SPSL 2A.

State ranking: No. 1.

Postseason: d. Foster 10-0; d. Kingston 4-1; d. Archbishop Murphy 1-0.

State history: Six appearances, no trophies.

GF-GA: 134-2.

Leading scorers: Kaylie Rozell (sr.) 31 goals, 14 assists; Ellie Degoede 18 goals, 7 assists; Brooke Lancaster 18 goals, 3 assists.

Note: Sumner, the season-long No. 1, posted 14 straight shutouts before allowing a goal to Kingston in the first round. Rozell was the SPSL 2A offensive MVP, and Gonzaga-bound Sarah Carter was the defensive MVP.

Sehome Mariners

Record: 19-1-1 overall, 12-0 Northwest League.

State ranking: No. 6.

Postseason: d. Cedarcrest 5-2; d. Granite Falls 2-1; lost to Squalicum 2-1; d. North Kitsap 3-0; d. Klahowya 1-0 (SO).

State history: Six appearances, two trophies, one title (2010, 2A).

GF-GA: 70-12.

Leading scorers: Emily Webster (jr.) 19 goals, 11 assists; Hanna Tarleton (sr.) 13 goals, 14 assists.

Note: Sehome is the most experienced team in the field, having reached the final four for the third time in four years. The Mariners had won 16 in a row prior to losing to Squalicum in the district final.

West Valley Rams

Record: 20-0 overall, 9-0 CWAC.

State ranking: No. 2.

Postseason: d. Ephrata 5-0; d. Selah 6-0; d. West Valley-Spokane 2-0; d. Pullman 2-0.

State history: 17 appearances, 8 trophies, one title (2001, 3A).

GF-GA: 104-6.

Leading scorers: Alyssa Wickenhagen (sr.) 31 goals, 17 assists; Courtney Wells (jr.) 14 goals, 14 assists; Hayley Reynolds (jr.) 14 goals, 8 assists.

Note: Baylor-bound Lindsay Burns was the CWAC defensive MVP, anchoring a defense that has 15 shutouts. Versatile senior co-captain Rozlyn Pratt shares goalkeeping duties with Stephanie Gibson and has scored 11 goals.