Everett City 7, Bellingham United 4

Cristiano Whitaker scored two first half goals to lead Everett City to a 7-4 road win over Bellingham United. Everett, in their first season in the WISL, swept the season series against Bellingham and became the first team other than the Tacoma Stars Reserves to knock off the Hammers at the Bellingham Sportsplex.

Whitaker opened the scoring in the game with a goal at the 5:54 mark of the first quarter. Whitaker would add another one in the second quarter. Johan Espinoza and Flavio Espinoza each chipped in a goal while Manny Seguar, Peter Kingston and Randy Galvan each got on the board for Everett.

Richard Henderson scored twice for Hammers.

Everett (4-1) goals: Cristiano Whitaker (2), Johan Espinoza, Flavio Espinoza, Manuel Segura, Peter Kingston, Randy Galvan
Bellingham (1-3-1) goals: Richard Henderson (2), Ivan Colin, Jordan Voigt

Oly Town Artesians 11, Oly-Pen Force 5

Kasey Sidor scored three times in the Oly Town Artesians 11-5 win over the Oly-Pen Force on Saturday night in Bremerton. Manny Nicasio and Collin Tate each scored twice in the win.

Sidor opened the scoring in the first quarter with a strike at the 7:26 mark, accounting for the only score of the first 15 minutes. Collin Tate then made it 2-0 early in the second before Austin Nation got the Force on the board for the first time to make it 2-1 with 11:20 left in the quarter. But Nicasio scored twice over the final 3:00 minutes of the half and the two team went to the break with the Artesians up 5-2.

Brandt Kelly made it 5-3 less than a minute into the third, but the Artesians would go on to outscore the Force 6-2 the rest of the way to pick up their fourth win of the season.

Oly Town (4-1-1) goals: Kasey Sidor, Collin Tate, Manny Nicasio, Jason Fairhurst, Nicasio, Josh Dube, Sidor, Collin Tate, TR Jewett, Sidor, Brett Stallworth
Oly-Pen (0-5) goals: Austin Nation, Alex Hernandez, Brandt Kelly, Gil Navarro, Matt Olson

Snohomish County 3, Portland Blacktails 0 (forfeit)

Snohomish (3-2)
Portland (1-5)

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