Galaxy Tops Bellingham On The Road, Snohomish Stays Unbeaten

Record: 2-1

Arica Slawson (2)
Kya Scott (2)
Meredith Udovich
Chloe May Lamenzo
Record: 1-2


Emily Webster (2)
Teya Mischaikov
Maddi Nolton
The Tacoma Galaxy jumped out to a quick lead and never trailed in a 6-4 win over Bellingham United on the road at the Bellingham Sportsplex on Saturday night. Arica Slawson and Kya Scott each scored twice the Galaxy in the win while Emily Webster scored twice for Bellingham.

Tacoma took a 1-0 lead less than 20 seconds into the game on Slawson’s first goal and added a second late in the first quarter to take a 2-0 lead after the first 15 minutes. Webster would make it a one goal game at the 6:21 mark of the second quarter but Tacoma scored two more goals to close out the quarter, including Scott’s first with just 3.3 seconds left to take a 4-1 lead into the half.

Bellingham came roaring back early in the third quarter with a pair of goals in the first four minutes of the second half with Teya Mischaikov’s goal with 11:17 left making it a one goal game again, 4-3. But Tacoma closed the quarter with Slawson and Scott’s second goals of the game to make it 6-3. Bellingham added a goal midway through the fourth quarter but the comeback fell short and the Galaxy knocked off the Hammers 6-4.

Record: 3-0

M’ily Morton (3)
Peyton Chick (3)
Maggie Tonkin (2)
Gracie VanAssche (2)
Kayla Soderstrom
Olivia Larson
Anna Roslander
Elizabeth Moretti
Record: 0-3

Kyla Radford
Abby Olson
Alyssa Beach

Defending NWPLi champs, Snohomish County, jumped out to a big lead scoring five goals in the first quarter and never looked back in a 14-3 win over the Oly-Pen Force on the road in Bremerton on Sunday afternoon. Peyton Chick and M’ily Morton led the way for the Steelheads with a pair of hat tricks.

Kayla Soderstrom opened the scoring for Snohomish with a goal at the 11:30 mark of the first quarter and kept scoring throughout the first half hanging nine goals on the Force over the first 30 minutes to take a 9-0 lead into the half. The Steelheads built a 12-0 lead early in the fourth quarter on Morton’s third goal before Oly-Pen got on the board with a goal by Kyla Radford. The two teams added two more goals and Snohomish remained undefeated with the 14-3 win.

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