Blaine boys' soccer falls to Anacortes


The Anacortes boys' soccer team used a flurry of goals to defeat Blaine 5-0 on Tuesday, April 8, at Anacortes.

Despite allowing five goals, Blaine goalkeeper Tristan Hunter wasn't really to blame, Borderites coach Giovanni Quesada said in a phone interview.

"Tristan had some good saves," Quesada added. "(The goals) were the result of a lot of miscommunication."

After Anacortes scored a goal in the first five minutes of the game Blaine settled down and the play was very even, Quesada said.

"After the goal my team played more possession," Quesada said. "We played really competitive; the midfielders did a good job."

Blaine will look to bounce back against Bellingham at 4:30 p.m. Thursday, April 10, at Pipeline Fields.


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