Soccer players taking talents to college

9:43 am April 7th, 2014

Edmonds Community College hopes two new recruits from the Bethel School District can help it remain at or near the top of NWAACC women’s soccer.
Graham-Kapowsin High School’s Peytron Pruett, one of the leading goalkeepers in the South Puget Sound League 4A last year, and Keana King of Bethel High have signed letters-of-intent with the Tritons.
Pruett had shutouts in five of Graham-Kapowsin’s 15 matches during the 2013 season. She capped her senior campaign with All-SPSL second-team and league academic honors. .
King is a forward.
Edmonds, located north of Seattle, competes in the NWAACC (Northwest Athletic Association of Community Colleges). The Tritons reached the championship game of the 2013 conference tournament in Seattle last November, losing 2-1 to Peninsula. That performance, plus a 16-3-3 overall record, earned NWAACC Coach of the Year honors for Tritons mentor Jeannette Daley.

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