Leaders win as NWPL season heats up

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The Shadow kept their first-place position after a 5-0 win over the Olympic Force on Saturday at Joe Albi Stadium in Spokane.

The NWPL 2016 season is threatening to become a 2-club race as the leaders both took wins on a hot day around the state of Washington June 4th.

In Spokane the Shadow (5-1-0, 15 points) increased their goal differential to 30 (38-8) with a 5-0 win over the Olympic Force (1-2-3, 5 points) at Joe Albi Stadium. Megan Lindsay set an NWPL record with 4 assists in the match.

Spokane Shadow 5-0 Olympic Force
SPO: Maia Angell (Megan Lindsay) 29
SPO: Sarah Cox (Megan Lindsay) 31
SPO: Sarah Cox (Megan Lindsay) 42
SPO: Megan Lindsay (Maia Angell) 45
SPO: Jael Hagerott (Megan Lindsay) 88

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Sarah Cox scored twice for the Shadow.

In University Place the South Sound Shock (4-0-2, 14 points) kept pace with a 3-1 win over Fuerza FC (1-2-1, 4 points). Hanna Massee rifled off 5 shots and ended with a goal and an assist for South Sound.

South Sound 3-1 Fuerza FC
SS:Hanna Massee (unassisted) 11
SS: Kylee Sarchett (Hanna Massee) 13
SS: Lexsi Manning (McKenna Ferrera) 50
FFC: Tia Carrillo (unassisted) 90

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