Week three featured four shutouts over five games and included a four goal, one assist effort from Yakima’s Lauryn Peters. Capital FC gave up their first goal – the only goal from a losing team this week – on a first half PK while Washington Premier still has not allowed a goal.
Capital FC Atletica 2, Washington Timbers 1
Vicky Cruz scored twice in the second half to lead Capital FC Atletica to a 2-1 win over the Washington Timbers in Vancouver on Saturday afternoon. Ellie Schmid opened the scoring in the first half with a PK and the Timbers held a 1-0 lead at halftime. Cruz then took over in the final 45 and goalkeeper Makenzie Pineda kept the Timbers off the board in the second half for the win. Capital FC moved to 3-0-0 this season.
Capital FC Atletica goals: Vicky Cruz (2)
Washington Timbers goal: Ellie Schmid (PK)
Yakima United 7, NCW Alliance 0
Lauryn Peters exploded for four goals and added an assist to lead Yakima United to a resounding 7-0 win over the NCW Alliance in a Saturday contest at Yakima Valley College. Peters scored her first two goals within two minutes of each other in the 18th and 20th minute, accounting for the only two goals of the first half. Delaney Romero scored her first of two goals early in the second half and that opened the flood gates. Peters added another in the 64th, Romero scored her second in the 75th and then Peters scored her last in the 78th. Katie Fowler earned the shutout in goal for the Hoppers.
Yakima United goals: Lauryn Peters (’18, ’20, ’64, ’78), Delaney Romero (’48, ’75), Corynn Vigil (’84)
NCW Alliance: None
Seattle Stars 3, Blackhills FC 0
Mary Johnston scored in the 42nd minute to give the Seattle Stars a 1-0 halftime lead and Kellyn Green and Hannah Jenkins added second half goals in their 3-0 win over Blackhills FC in Olympia on Saturday night. Scout Watson played all 90 minutes in goal for the Stars to earn the shutout.
Seattle Stars goals: Mary Johnston (’42), Kellyn Green (’50), Hannah Jenkins (’73)
Blackhills FC goals: None
Washington Premier 5, Oly-Pen Force 0
Nicole Williams scored the opening goal and the closing goal in Washington Premier’s 5-0 shutout of the Oly-Pen Force on Saturday at Gordon Field. Jackie Corley, Alyssa Andrews and Angela Celedon all added goals in the first half and goalkeeper Kyla Carter registered her second straight shutout and the team’s third shutout in three games.
Washington Premier goals: Nicole Williams (’10 & ’74), Jackie Corley (’13), Alyssa Andrews (’26), Angela Celedon (’30)
Oly-Pen Force: None
Twin City Union 2, NCW Alliance 0
Twin City Union traveled to Wenatchee on Sunday and left with a 2-0 shutout win over NCW Alliance. LeAnn Phanakone scored on a penalty kick in the 15th minute and Brook Swensen added another in the 19th minute to lead the Union to the road victory at the Apple Bowl. Emily Sorenson recorded the shutout for the Union.
Twin City Union goals: LeAnn Phanakone (’15), Brook Swensen (’19)
NCW Alliance goals: None