Shadow, Shock in two-team race for NWPL title

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The first season championship of the Northwest Premier League (NWPL) will come down to how well the Spokane Shadow and South Sound Shock can finish out their campaigns. Saturday June 18 both were winners as they remain seperated by a single standings point. South Sound plays Sunday at Curtis High School against Seattle Stars at 1 PM.

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Sarah Cox.

 

Spokane Shadow 7-2 Fuerza FC

Sarah Cox scored twice and six other Shadow players joined in at Spokane Falls as Spokane kept a tenuous grasp on first place. Fuerza dropped to fourth.

Scoring:
SPO: Sarah Cox (Marissa Mykines) 2
FUE: Courtney Arnold (Espy Soriano-Sanchez) 14
SPO: Megan Lindsay (Marissa Mykines) 17
SPO: Maia Angell 20
SPO: Sarah Cox 29
SPO: Taryn Miller 37
SPO: Kasey Rubosky (Katie Bischoff) 62
FUE: McKenzie Buell (penalty) 63
SPO: Marissa Mykines 89

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Shock at Force. (Shock twitter)

Olympic Force 0-3 South Sound FC

Kelly White assisted on two first-half goals as the Shock kept pace with the Shadow by taking out the Force 3-0 at Gordon Field in Bremerton.

Scoring:
SS: McKenna Ferrera (Kelly White) 38
SS: Hanna Massee (Kelly White) 45
SS: Lauren Larsen (Shelly Vaver) 86

Twin City Union 3-0 Yakima United

Twin City Union got their second win of the season as they nudged up to third place with a shutout win at Centralia’s Tiger Stadium.

Scoring:
TCU: Ellie Quercia 25
TCU: Emma Jantzer (Camryn Althauser) 79
TCU: Mariah Roggow (Riley Allison) 86

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