May 20-21 match results in EPLWA


It was a busy weekend in the Evergreen Premier League with five matches played. We’ll have details later of these final scores.

(Saturday) Vancouver Victory 8-2 Spokane Shadow 2
(Saturday) Yakima United 3-6 Seattle Stars
(Sunday) Oly Town FC 5-0 Spokane Shadow 2
(Sunday) Olympic Force 3-1 WPSS Shock
(Sunday) Seattle Stars 1-1 Bellingham United

Olympia’s Nate Boatright anchors Oly Town’s tight EPLWA defense


18491722_1296040233777871_8196038846815155667_o JJ Olson in goal for Oly Town FC on Sunday. (Jon Bergman)

FINAL-Artesians_logoOLYMPIA, WA— The Oly Town Artesians are new to the ‘outdoor game’ as a club. After three seasons in the Western Indoor Soccer League the Olympia side has joined the Evergreen Premier League. So far, so good for the capital crew. They are seeing incremental growth in the way they organize themselves  on the pitch, especially on defense.

Artesians Head Coach Ray Finn is also learning on the go. On Sunday Oly Town matched up against Bellingham United, now a familiar foe both indoors and out. In their history against each other the Hammers of BUFC had won all seven matches – six indoors in the WISL and one just a few weeks ago outdoors in Lacey. That one went to BUFC 3-1.

That’s all history now as the Artesians hung on for a 1-0 victory…

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Oly Town holds on for first EPLWA victory


Jake Zimmerman collected a loose ball and scored the only goal of the match as Oly Town FC got their first-ever EPLWA victory on Sunday in Bellingham. (Oly Town photo)

BELLINGHAM, WA— The Oly Town Artesians (1-1-1) have won their first match in the Evergreen Premier League after they made a first-half goal stand up for a 1-0 win over Bellingham United (2-2-0) on Sunday May 14 at Civic Stadium.
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