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Slideshow: 2021 Friday Harbor vs Crosspoint Nov. 20 at State Tournament

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SLIDESHOW: Friday Harbor boys soccer team takes 4th at state tourney

Friday Harbor boys soccer wrapped up their 2021 season with a fourth-place finish at the Class 1B/2B State Championship Tournament in Sumner.  Crosspoint won the consolation game 2-0 over Friday Harbor and finished in third-place. 

This was the Wolverines (11-5)  seventh state tournament and their third final-four appearance. They finished third in Class 2B in 2014-15 and were fourth in Class 1A in 2003-04.

Friday Harbor senior Levi Buchanan holds the 4th-place trophy the Wolverines won at the State Championships.

Fifth-seeded Friday Harbor earned a state tourney berth with a 5-4 win over Auburn Adventist (7-6) on Nov. 1 in a District 1/2 Tournament loser-out contest. The Wolverines played Prescott (9-4) to a 2-2 tie after regulation and two overtime periods in a Nov. 12 quarterfinal but blanked the Eagles 3-0 in the shootout. In the semi-final game in Sumner on Friday, November 19, Orcas Island Vikings beat Friday Harbor 2-0. 

In the regular season, the Wolverines and Vikings split their Northwest 2B League meetings. Orcas shut out Friday Harbor 1-0 at home on Sept. 14 and one month later the Wolverines trimmed the visiting Vikings 2-1.

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