Auburn Riverside’s Olivia Boulet, left, hugs her older sister, McKenna, after scoring one of her three goals against Thomas Jefferson on Friday. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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Olivia Boulet pulled a hat trick and added an assist, leading Auburn Riverside past Thomas Jefferson 5-1 in a 4A North Puget Sound League girls soccer match on the Ravens pitch Friday.

Boulet, a sophomore midfielder, scored in the 36th (Kayla Rydberg assist), 37th (Stephanie Igwala assist) and 61st minute (penalty kick) for the Ravens (4-4-2 division, 6-4-2 overall).

Igwala fed Hannah Fufa’s goal in the 58th minute, then scored a minute later on a Boulet assist.

Aliyah Ramil scored an unassisted goal in the 50th minute for the Raiders (7-2-1, 7-2-1).

Auburn Riverside’s Nike Ibana, left, battles Thomas Jefferson’s Hailey Still for the ball. RACHEL CIAMPI, Auburn Reporter

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