Bellingham wins, Seattle draws as EPLWA title race roars on

dfybfewvyae39d4 It was hot and scoreless on Saturday in Kent as Seattle drew with Washington Premier South Sound in EPLWA play. (Quinn Width)

The race to win the Evergreen Premier League got a bit tighter on Saturday July 22 as Seattle Stars FC drew 0-0 with Washington Premier South Sound at French Field in Kent while Bellingham United took a 3-1 away result over Vancouver Victory in Ridgefield.


The results still leave Seattle in control of their own destiny. If they win their final  match away at Vancouver on July 29 the Stars will win the EPLWA. Bellingham has two matches left, Sunday July 23 at home against the Olympic Force and Sunday July 30 at home against Yakima United. If the Hammers win both (and they will be favored to do so at home) then they would need Seattle to draw or lose at Vancouver. If it plays out that…

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Oly Town Artesians Wrap Up Inaugural Home Slate Sunday

Oly Town Artesians

Oni Mayer wins a header | Photo: Jo Arlow

OLYMPIA, Wash. – The Oly Town Artesians wrap up the home slate of their inaugural outdoor season on Sunday, July 23rd when Tacoma’s Washington Premier South Sound FC comes to town. First kick between these two teams who are separated by just one point in the Evergreen Premier League standings is set for 3:00 PM at Wembley Soccer Shop Field at The Evergreen State College.

Advanced tickets are just $6 and can be purchased at, and all youth soccer players in uniform will be admitted for free and can accompany the Artesians onto the field during introductions. Pregame festivities start at 2:55. Tickets at the gate are $8 for adults and $5 for kids 5-12 years old.

The Artesians enter the final two games of their first season in the EPLWA sitting at 4-5-3 overall with 15 points, just…

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Stars sweep weekend, 4 points from clinching 2017 EPLWA title

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Seattle Stars FC got a first half goal from Miles Sanchez on Sunday in Poulsbo (see video below) to edge the Olympic Force 1-0. Seattle is now 9-1-2 on the season with 29 standings points. They lead second place Bellingham United by 6 points, but the Hammers have a match in hand. Click the graphic above to enlarge and see the current table, matches remaining, and magic numbers to winning the EPLWA for 2017.

On Saturday Seattle topped Oly Town 2-0 while Bellingham edged Spokane 3-2.