Shadow go +40 but can’t shake Shock


The Spokane Shadow rolled to another big win on Saturday in the Northwest Premier League. The Lilac City club now has a +40 goal differential. Even with all of those wide margins of victory though Spokane is still just one point ahead of South Sound.



Spokane’s Tiara Pittman-Thoma (left) celebrates a goal against Seattle with Megan Lindsay. (Shadow photo)

Spokane Shadow 9-1 Seattle Stars

The Shadow easily crushed the visiting Seattle Stars on June 11. NWPL leading scorer Megan Lindsay got four more to raise her total to 14.

Shadow match report

SPO: Megan Lindsay (Larkin Russel) 8th minute
SPO: Taryn Miller (Marissa Mykines) 20
SPO: Sarah Cox 37
SPO: Megan Lindsay (Maia Angell) 44
SPO: Megan Lindsay (penalty) 50
SPO: Tiara Pittman-Thomas 55
SEA: Angela Celedon 74
SPO: Russell Larkin (Sarah Cox) 76
SPO: Megan Lindsay (Jen Loehner) 78
SPO: Tiara Pittman-Thomas (Ashlee Pedersen) 87

Olympic Force 0-3 Fuerza FC

Fuerza jumped from last place to third in the table with a shutout win in Bremerton. Powers go the shutout.

FUA: Nikki Bowlden 23rd minute
FUA: Espy Soriano-Sanchez 85
FUA: McKenzie Buell 90


The Hoppers battled the Shock but fell on a 90th minute goal. (Tracie Fowler)

Yakima United 2-3 South Sound Shock

The Shock remain the only unbeaten team in the NWPL with a come-from-behind win over the Hoppers at Marquette Stadium

SS: Own Goal 3rd minute
YAK: Shallise Rodriguez (Courtney Abrams) 40
YAK: Shallise Rodriguez 42
SS: Kelly White (PK) 59
SS: Brittany Schroeder (Machaela Graddy) 90

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