Week 7 Recap: Hammers Stay Unbeaten, Huge Wins For Victory, WA Premier, Yakima

Vancouver Victory 12, Northstar Bellevue 2

Camelon Bain registered a hat trick and Cade Ficek and Brendan Leach each added two goals apiece in Vancouver’s 12-2 win over Northstar Bellevue on Saturday at Harmony Sports. Aidan Zadrozny opened the scoring in the third minute before Bain scored the next two goals to take a 3-0 lead. Vancouver added two more before the break before the floodgates opened in the second half. Vancouver improved to 2-3-2 this season while Northstar fell to 1-4-2.

3′ – Vancouver goal – Aidan Zadrozny
8′ – Vancouver goal – Camelon Bain
23′ – Vancouver goal – Bain
38′ – Vancouver goal – Brendan Leach
44′ – Vancouver goal – Jesse Riodil
46′ – Vancouver goal – Bain
50′ – Vancouver goal – Timur Zhividze
62′ – Vancouver goal – Leach
63′ – Vancouver goal – Jesten Zadrozny
78′ – Vancouver goal – Cade Ficek
82′ – Vancouver goal – Ficek
88′ – Vancouver goal – Levan Zhividze
Northstar goal – Lazaro Vierreier
Northstar goal – Ellein Castaneda Ruiz

Everett Jets 3, Oly Town Artesians 0

The Everett Jets continued their fine form and picked up a 3-0 road win over the Oly Town Artesians on Saturday afternoon. Sidat Trawally scored the opener for the Jets in the 12th minute and Lamin Dampha and Sebastian Winn-Araneda added second half goals and Everett improved to 4-2-0 this season. Justin Huttinger posted the clean sheet in goal for the Jets. Oly Town fell to 1-5-2 this season.

12′ – Everett goal – Sidat Trawally (Sawyer Walthall assist)
50′ – Everett goal – Lamin Dampha (Fernando Tavarez assist)
68′ – Everett goal – Sebastian Winn-Araneda (Walthall assist)

Washington Premier 10, Oly-Pen Force 0

Ryo Takeuchi and Micah Wenzel each scored twice in a 10-0 win over the Oly-Pen Force in Gig Harbor on Saturday. Drew Farnsworth opened the scoring in the 11th minute in what turned out to be a seven goal first half. Braeden Pryor scored once and assisted on two goals while Alec Labarge wracked up three assists in the contest. Brandon Locke scored the shutout for Washington Premier, who improved to 5-1-0 this season and took over the lead in the I-90 Conference. Oly-Pen fell to 1-6-0.

11′ – Washington Premier goal – Drew Farnsworth (Braeden Pryor assist)
13′ – Washington Premier goal – Micah Wenzel (Alec Labarge assist)
16′ – Washington Premier goal – Lincoln Schell (Labarge assist)
19′ – Washington Premier goal – Ryo Takeuchi (Teagen Eldridge assist)
41′ – Washington Premier goal – Pryor
43′ – Washington Premier goal – Takeuchi (Drew Farnsworth assist)
45 – Washington Premier goal – James Del Carmen (Pryor assist)
52′ – Washington Premier goal – Eldridge (Labarge assist)
78′ – Washington Premier goal – Wenzel (Graham Hall assist)
81′ – Washington Premier goal – Rainier Schlekewey (Takeuchi assist)

Bellingham United 5, PacNW 2

Eric Bunnell scored a hat trick and Christian Caro added a brace in Bellingham United’s 5-2 win over PacNW on Saturday at the Starfire Complex. Bunnell started the scoring in the 12th minute for the Hammers before Caro made it 2-0 with a penalty kick goal in the 41st. Tyler Hardin made it a 2-1 game with a goal for PacNW in first half stoppage time. But Bunnell scored two more times on penalty kicks and Caro added another goal in the 68th minute to help Bellingham improve to 5-0-1 this season. PacNW fell to 4-3-1.

12′ – Bellingham goal – Eric Bunnell
41′ – Bellingham goal – Christian Caro (PK)
45’+ – PacNW goal – Tyler Hardin (Thomas Nguyen assist)
51′ – Bellingham goal – Bunnell (PK)
68′ – Bellingham goal – Caro (Ivan Colin assist)
71′ – Bellingham goal – Bunnell (PK)
85′ – PacNW goal – Jourdan Furukawa (Hardin assist)

Yakima United 7, Spokane Shadow 1

Yakima United built a commanding 6-0 advantage and picked up a big 7-1 home win on Saturday over the Spokane Shadow. Juan Mendoza opened the scoring in the 17th minute and Cesar Rodriguez scored what proved to be the game winner in the 24th minute as part of a six goal run that was capped off by Nicolas Hernandez’s first of two goals on the evening. Yakima United improved to 4-2-1 while Spokane fell to 1-3-3 this season.

17′ – Yakima goal – Juan Mendoza
24′ – Yakima goal – Cesar Rodriguez
32′ – Yakima goal – Missael Lopez (Tony Bautista assist)
46′ – Yakima goal – Alejandro Guzman Gallegos (Mendoza assist)
50′ – Yakima goal – Israel Gonzalez (Hector Valdovinos assist)
69′ – Yakima goal – Nicolas Hernandez (Valdovinos assist)
71′ – Spokane goal – Chase Reidt
73′ – Yakima goal – Hernandez

(Photo by Tracie Fowler)

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