Oly Town Artesians 17, Portland Blacktails 6
Alec Zimmerman and Manny Nicasio each scored a hat trick for the Oly Town Artesians in their 17-6 home blitz over the Portland Blacktails on Saturday night. Alex Vogt, Jason Fairhurst and Asa Moncivias each scored twice in a victory that moved the Artesians back into second place in the WISL. Emanuel Ceja scored twice in the loss for Portland.
Oly Town (5-1-1) goals: Alec Zimmerman (3), Manny Nicasio (3), Alex Vogt (2), Jason Fairhurst (2), Asa Moncivias (2), Kasey Sidor, Jordan Zimmerman, Brice Holiday, Samuel Tafolla, #9
Portland (1-7) goals: Emanuel Ceja (2), Ian Fuller, Adrian Rubio, Cody Cardenas, Isaac Vargas
Tacoma Stars Reserves 5, Everett City 4
The Tacoma Stars Reserves continued their undefeated start to the season squeaking out a 5-4 win over Everett City on Saturday night at the Everett Soccer Arena. Amos Freiheit scored what proved to the be the game winner early in the fourth quarter that gave Tacoma a 5-3 lead at the time. Manuel Segura scored a late goal to make it a one goal game and his second of the contest, but the Stars held on and pushed their record to 6-0-0 this season.
Tacoma (6-0-0) goals: Isidro Prado-Huerta, Andres Mendoza, Danny Minniti, Jeff Bader, Amos Freiheit
Everett (5-2) goals: Manuel Segura (2), Hayden Rubio, Cristiano Whitaker
Snohomish County 9, Oly-Pen Force 9
Snohomish County scored a dramatic goal with just nine seconds remaining to earn a point in a 9-9 home field draw with the Oly-Pen Force on Saturday night. The two teams played a very even game for the majority of the contest, but Gil Navarro’s strike with 1:42 left to play gave the Force a 9-8 lead late in the game. But Glenn Paden tied the game up with an even later goal to pull back a point for the Steelheads. Tyler Sharp, Daniel Amador and Devin Shull each scored twice for Snohomish while Navarro and Cole Jarrett each chipped in two goals for Oly-Pen, who picked up their first point of the season.
Snohomish (3-3-1) goals: Tyler Sharp (2), Daniel Amador (2), Devin Shull (2), Chris Ruiz, Andrew Escalante Escalante, Glenn Paden
Oly-Pen (0-6-1) goals: Cole Jarrett (2), Gil Navarro (2), Colin Ralston, Matt Olson, Jaisen Zurfluh, Jonathan Mendoza, Grant Larson