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Tuesday’s Boys Soccer: United Crushes Castle Rock

By The Chronicle
CASTLE ROCK — United’s Andreas Malunat and Gustavo Barragan each recorded hat tricks to lead United to an 11-0 win over Castle Rock in a 1A Trico League boys soccer game here on Tuesday.
It only took 38 seconds for United to get on the board as Malunat scored his first of the game on an assist from Isaac Garibay. Barragan scored his first goal in the fourth minute on an assist from Malunat. Malunat notched his second goal with an assist from Barragan in the 6th minute and Barragan added his second goal in the 11th minute for a 4-0 lead.
Edgar Barragan scored in the 15th minute with an assist by Eucario Contreras and Thomas Etheridge scored on an assist from Leandro Belmok for a 6-0 lead at halftime.
Edgar scored his second of the game, assisted by Contreras, to open up the second half. Malunat assisted Gustavo on his third goal of the game, and Barragan added his fourth goal of the game in the 50th minute on an assist from Isaac Garibay.
Malunat completed his hat trick in the 53rd minute with another assist from Garibay for a 10-0 lead, and Dawson Hall scored the final goal to end the scoring.
Alan Contreras got the start in net for United and made two saves.
“We really wanted to really get after it. We lost to White Salmon and we did not really come out with a sense of urgency,” United coach Horst Malunat said. “After the 20th minute, that’s when I cleared off the whole bench. I wanted to get us out starting quick. Seton’s good, playing La Center, we’ve got three games this week. We want to get after it.”
United (4-4-1, 4-1) travels to face Seton Catholic in a league game on Thursday in Vancouver.

Tumwater Drops W.F. West
TUMWATER — W.F. West couldn’t get any offense going as Tumwater earned a 4-0 win in an Evergreen 2A Conference boys soccer game here on Tuesday.
Tumwater outshot W.F. West 20-3.
“We had our moments. We started getting it together, the boys tried. We’ve just got to work a little more on our center mids. It was one of those games where we just couldn’t find our groove,” W.F. West coach Tino Sanchez said.
Sanchez did not he was pleased by the play of his defense and goalkeeper Daniel Ford.
W.F. West (1-5-1, 1-3) hosts Centralia in a Swamp Cup matchup on Friday.
Note: Aberdeen defeated Centralia 5-0 at Tiger Stadium on Tuesday.

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