Bellingham United 2, Vancouver Victory 1
Ale Tomasi scored the game winner in the 82nd minute to lead Bellingham to a 2-1 win over the Vancouver Victory on the road Saturday. Tomasi also opened the scoring near the end of the first half to put the Hammers up 1-0 at the break. Brandon Leach equalized with a nice goal in the 69th before Tomasi broke the deadlock with eight minutes left. Bellingham moved to 2-0-1 and into second place in the I-5 conference while the Victory are still winless at 0-2-2.
45′ – Bellingham goal – Ali Tomasi (Hugo Mariage assist)
69′ – Vancouver goal – Brandon Leach
82′ – Bellingham goal – Tomasi
Oly-Pen Force 3, Oly Town Artesians 0
Michael Divano scored twice and Lucas Hempen registered a clean sheet in goal as the Oly-Pen Force knocked off the Oly Town Artesians 3-0 in Gig Harbor. Jaisen Zurfluh opened the scoring with a penalty kick in the 12th minute before Divano made it 2-0 just before the half. Divano got his brace in the 65th minute to help the Force pick up their first win of the season (1-2-0). The Artesians dropped to 1-1-2.
12′ – Oly-Pen goal – Jaisen Zurfluh (PK)
44′ – Oly-Pen goal – Michael Divano (Elijah Thompson assist)
65′ – Oly-Pen goal – Divano (Thompson assist)
Everett Jets 5, Northstar Bellevue 0
The Everett Jets jumped all over Northstar Bellevue at Goddard Stadium on Saturday, registering a 5-0 win at Goddard Stadium. Sidat Trawally opened the scoring in the 23rd and then assisted on Kalani Rienzi’s goal in the 44th to take a 2-0 lead into the break. Lamin Dampha, Lucas Meek and Andrew Poretti each scored in the second half to give the Jets their biggest win in team history. Avary Olson picked up his second shutout in goal for the Jets and they improved to 3-1-0 and sit on top of the I-5 Conference. Meanwhile, Northstar dropped to 0-2-2.
23′ – Everett goal – Sidat Trawally
44′ – Everett goal – Kalani Rienzi (Trawally assist)
63′ – Everett goal – Lamin Dampha (Rienzi assist)
79′ – Everett goal – Lucas Meek
88′ – Everett goal – Andrew Poretti
PacNW 10, Oly-Pen Force 2
After posting a shutout the day before, the Oly-Pen Force allowed 10 goals to PacNW, including two goals by Sean Sent, Chris Meyers and Thomas Nguyen in a 10-2 loss. Sent opened the scoring for PacNW in the 6th minute, but ten minutes later, Alejandro Peralta tied the game for the Force at 1-1. Meyers scored what proved to be the game winner in the 40th minute, the start of a six goal flurry across 13 minutes spanning the end of the first half and the start of the second. PacNW improved to 1-1-1 this season while the Force fell to 1-3-0.
6′ – PacNW goal – Sean Sent (Richard Aman assist)
16′ – Oly-Pen goal – Alejandro Peralta (Michael Divano assist)
24′ – PacNW goal – Force own goal
40′ – PacNW goal – Chris Meyers (Aman assist)
43′ – PacNW goal – Thomas Nguyen
45′ – PacNW goal – Meyers
49′ – PacNW goal – Nguyen
52′ – PacNW goal – Sent
53′ – Oly-Pen goal – Jared Dubinsky (Peralta assist)
64′ – PacNW goal – Cameron Gardner (PK)
69′ – PacNW goal – Effren Guardado (Cristopher Lozano assist)
87′ – PacNW goal – Ethan Conaty (Ryan Rotter assist)
PacNW 5, Washington Premier 4
In a back and forth game on Tuesday night at the Starfire Complex, PacNW rallied from a goal behind with 15 minutes left to take a 5-4 win over Washington Premier. Micah Wenzel opened the scoring in the third minute of play to give WA Premier a 1-0 lead. But ten minutes later, Thomas Nguyen equalized and then Chris Meyers gave PacNW the lead in the 18th minute. The two teams played to a 2-1 halftime score.
But the offense came alive in the second half. Alec LaBarge tied the game up 2-2 with a PK in the 55th and WA Premier took the lead back in the 62nd on Kyle Revell’s strike. PacNW equalized again in the 70th thanks to Sean Sent, but then Ryo Takeuchi put WA Premier back on top, 4-3, in the 75th. Cameron Gardner tied things up in the 85th and then Richard Aman scored the game winner in second half stoppage time to give PacNW the win.
PacNW has scored 15 goals over their past two games and improved to 2-1-1 this season while Washington Premier played just their second game and fell to 1-1-0.
3′ – WA Premier goal – Micah Wenzel (Alec LaBarge assist)
13′ – PacNW goal – Thomas Nguyen (Richard Aman assist)
18′ – PacNW goal – Chris Meyers
55′ – WA Premier goal – Labarge (PK)
62′ – WA Premier goal – Kyle Revell (LaBarge assist)
70′ – PacNW goal – Sean Sent (Aman assist)
75′ – WA Premier goal – Ryo Takeuchi (Austin Platt assist)
81′ – PacNW goal – Cameron Gardner (Meyers assist)
90’+ – PacNW goal – Aman (Ryan Rotter assist)
Washington Premier 2, Yakima United 1
Washington Premier scored twice in the span of two minutes to comeback from a one goal deficit and pick up the win, 2-1, at the WPFC Complex on Friday night. Yakima held a 1-0 lead at the half thanks to a goal in the 30th minute by Raymundo Mendez. Five minutes after the break, Micah Wenzel equalized and then just two minutes later, Ian Cameron scored what proved to be the game winner. Washington Premier improved to 2-1-0 this season while Yakima dropped their first game and sit at 2-1-1.
30′ – Yakima goal – Raymundo Mendez (Juan Mendoza assist)
50′ – WA Premier goal – Micah Wenzel (Alec LaBarge assist)
52′ – WA Premier goal – Ian Cameron (Wenzel assist)