VANCOUVER, WA— The South Sound Shock beat Vancouver Victory FC today 2-0 at McKenzie Stadium to end their season with 31 points and a 10-3-1 record. Tonight at 5 PM at Spokane Falls CC the Shadow host Wenatchee United FC trying to get to 32 points and the EPLWA crown.
|EVERGREEN PREMIER LEAGUE||Pts||GP||W||L||T||GF||GA||GD|
|SOUTH SOUND FC||31||14||10||3||1||24||12||+12|
|VANCOUVER VICTORY FC||25||14||8||5||1||31||25||+6|
|YAKIMA UNITED FC||16||14||5||8||1||32||37||-5|
|WENATCHEE UNITED FC||15||13||5||8||0||27||31||-4|
|SEATTLE STARS FC||14||14||4||8||2||24||38||-14|
South Sound and Vancouver were scoreless at the half. In the 49th minute Derek Johnson got on the scoring-end of a set piece cross and put the Shock up 1-0.
It stayed that way until the 81st minute when Miguel Angeles scored to give South Sound a bit of a cushion at 2-0. Angeles, from the Portland area, was playing in front of family and friends.
Vancouver Victory FC, who were eliminated from title contention on Saturday, finish their first-ever season as club with a shiny 8-5-1 record on 25 points. The match drew 380 fans.
A Spokane win is the way to a title for the Shadow. A Wenatchee win or a draw would send the silverware to South Sound. Follow the Shadow – Wenatchee match on the Spokane twitter page: https://twitter.com/SpokaneShadowSr (5 PM Sunday night kick off.)