Seattle remains on top in NWPL after weekend action

The Seattle Stars remain unbeaten at 5-0-0 and on top of the Northwest Premier League table after results from the June 16-17 weekend. Washington Timbers and Capital FC are 3 points behind with Washington Premier rounding out the top 4.


Seattle Stars have only given up one goal in five matches. (Club photo)

Yakima United 0-4 Seattle Stars

YAKIMA, WA— The Seattle Stars (5-0-0) keep rolling through their 2018 NWPL schedule with lopsided victories. The latest came on Saturday June 16 at Sozo Sports with a 4-0 win over Yakima United (2-3-0). The Stars got 2 goals in each half spread out over 4 different players and a shut out from Morgan Bertsch. Match photo gallery here.

Seattle Stars goals: Brook Weedman 13′, Cara Maher 32′, Angelique Hage 70′, Andrea Jimenez Gonzalez 80′.

Shut out: Morgan Bertsch.


The Olympic Force won their second straight match on Saturday.

Olympic Force 2-0 NCW Alliance

BREMERTON, WA— The Olympic Force (2-2-1) won their second straight match on Saturday June 16 at Gordon Field with a 2-0 shut out over winless NCW Alliance (0-6-0). Goals early and late and another shut out from Ricci Wiedbrecht paced the Force.

Olympic Force goals: Heather Hunt 14′ (K-Lee Haynes), Jolene Kvinsland 80′ (Liz Oba)

Shut out: Ricci Wiedbrecht


Washington Premier stayed in the top 4 with a shut out over Blackhills on Sunday.

Washington Premier FC 1-0 Blackhills FC

PUYALLUP, WA— Washington Premier FC (3-2-1) moved to 10 points on the season with a narrow 1-nil win over Blackhills FC (1-3-1) on Sunday at WPFC Fields Complex. The winner came in the 19th minute and WPFC used two goalkeepers to maintain the clean sheet.

WPFC Goals: Haleigh Thompson 19′ (Angela Celedon)

Shut Out: Rian Kasner (45) Kira Kearsely (45)


Capital FC routed YUFC 9-0 on Sunday in Yakima.

Yakima United 0-9 Capital FC

YAKIMA, WA— Capital FC (4-2-0) blew out Yakima United (2-3-0) on Sunday June 17 at SOZO Sports.

Capital FC goals: Laadi Issaka 5′, Ana Vicky Cruz Rosales 8′, Rita Okoro 22′, Holly Martinez Moorman 45′ Laadi Issaka 48′, Ana Vicky Cruz Rosales 53′, Laadi Issaka 55′, Laadi Issaka 76′, Whitney Pitalo 90′

Shut out: Silvia Gomez

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