Redmond defender Taylor Pisan (No. 17) battles for possession of the ball against Issaquah in the Wes-King 4A girls district soccer tournament championship game. Issaquah outscored Redmond 4-2 in penalty kicks in an overtime shootout, earning a 1-0 victory on Nov. 1 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Redmond defender Taylor Pisan (No. 17) battles for possession of the ball against Issaquah in the Wes-King 4A girls district soccer tournament championship game. Issaquah outscored Redmond 4-2 in penalty kicks in an overtime shootout, earning a 1-0 victory on Nov. 1 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah. Photo courtesy of Don Borin/Stop Action Photography

Mustangs girls soccer team loses to Eagles in overtime shootout

Issaquah defeats Redmond in Wes-King 4A district title game.

After 80 minutes of regulation and two five-minute overtime sessions, the outcome of the Redmond-Issaquah Wes-King 4A girls soccer district title game came down to a penalty kick shootout. Issaquah outscored Redmond 4-2 in the shootout, earning a 1-0 victory on Nov. 1 at Gary Moore Stadium in Issaquah.

Redmond head coach Stacy Masters believes her team will rebound from the loss to Issaquah at the Class 4A state tournament.

“Our team is really confident right now. I think we just showed everyone that we can play all the way to the end of every game. We don’t care who the opponent is,” Masters said. “Just two days ago, we took Jackson who was the No. 1 seed from their division into PKs (penalty kicks) and we beat them. Now we’ve taken the reigning state champions (Issaquah) all the way to the end.”

Redmond players Taylor Pisan and Izzy Bach-Lefler scored a goal apiece in the shootout. Issaquah players scoring goals in the penalty kick shootout were Jaden Humbyrd, Chloe Huling, Sarah Kim and Riley Larson.

The Eagles outshot the Mustangs 7-2 in 80 minutes of regulation.

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