Oly Town Artesians 13, Everett City 6

In a rematch of Oly Town’s only loss of the season so far, Jason Fairhurst scored six goals and Manny Nicasio added four and the Artesians improved to 6-1-1 with a 13-6 thumping of Everett City on Saturday night in Olympia. Nicasio started things off early with a goal at the 13:44 mark of the first quarter but two goals by Cristiano Whitaker tied the game at 2-2 with 1:32 left in the first. But Fairhurst broke the tie with less than a minute to play to make it 3-2 that started a four goal run that helped build a 7-4 lead at the half. Oly Town would allow just two more goals all game while Fairhurst and Nicasio combined for five goals in the second half en route to the 13-6 victory.

Oly Town (6-1-1) goals: Jason Fairhurst (6), Manny Nicasio (4), Asa Moncivias, Brice Holiday, Joe Sammartino
Everett (5-3) goals: Cristiano Whitaker (2), Jesus Rodriguez, Leonardo Jaramillo, Kyle Witzel, Sergio Cedano


Tacoma Stars Reserves 9, Portland Blacktails 2

Tacoma didn’t allow a goal for for 57 minutes and got two goals from four different players to post a 9-2 win over the Portland Blacktails on Saturday night in Tacoma. Isidro Prado-Huerta added two goals to his league leading total opening the scoring last in the first quarter and adding his second in the second quarter. Tacoma used a five goal second to build a 6-0 lead at the half. Thyago Henrique, Cris Lozano and Craig Johnson each posted a brace as the Stars Reserves improved to 7-0 this season.

Tacoma (7-0) goals: Isidro Prado-Huerta (2), Thyago Henrique (2), Cris Lozano (2), Craig Johnson (2), Gilbert Bautista
Portland (1-8) goals: Javier Milian, Isaac Vargas


Bellingham United 9, Oly-Pen Force 3

Richard Henderson scored four first half goals to lead Bellingham United to a 9-3 victory over the visiting Oly-Pen Force on Saturday night. Spencer Wolfe opened the scoring early in the first quarter and then Henderson took over, scoring four of the next five goals across the first and second quarters, helping the Hammers build a 6-1 lead at halftime. Jordan Voigt scored two goals in the victory, an important one for Bellingham that sees them jump into fourth place in league at 3-3-1.

Bellingham (3-3-1) goals: Richard Henderson (4), Jordan Voigt (2), Spencer Wolfe, Sebastian Kent, Danny Fazio
Oly-Pen (0-7-1) goals: Matt Olson, Jonathan Mendoza, Jaisen Zurfluh

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