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Saturday Scores: Artesians Fall to Bellingham; Saints, Geoducks Women Win

Above: Willie Spurr | Photo by Charis Wilson

Above: Willie Spurr | Photo by Charis Wilson

Bellingham United 9, Oly Town Artesians 8
Olympia Indoor Soccer 1st 2nd 3rd 4th Final
Hammers (3-1-1 WISL) 3 2 1 3 9
Artesians (2-3-0 WISL) 4 1 1 2 8
 Recap | Photos

TUMWATER, Wash. – For the second game in a row, the Oly Town Artesians and Bellingham United went to the fourth quarter tied. And for the second game in a row, Bellingham came out on top, this time thanks to two Nick Cashmere goals in the final four minutes to lead the Hammers to a 9-8 win in front of a boisterous crowd at Olympia Indoor Soccer on Saturday night.

Cashmere’s two fourth quarter goals gave him a hat trick, one of four hat tricks on the night. Justin La Torre and Willie Spurr each scored three times for the Artesians while Capital High School grad Gabriele Zaccagnini collected his three goals in the first half against his hometown team.


Women’s Basketball

Saint Martin’s 69, Western Oregon 58 – Box Score
Monmouth, OR 1st 2nd Final
Saints (1-2 GNAC, 4-7 overall) 33 36 69
Wolves (1-2 GNAC, 4-7 overall) 34 24 58
 SMU: Krista Stabler – 18 points

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Evergreen 72, Northwest 63 – Box Score
CRC Gymansium 1st 2nd Final
Eagles (2-3 CCC, 9-6 overall) 23 40 63
Geoducks (2-3 GNAC, 8-4 overall) 31 41 72
 TESC: Brittany Gray, Sadee Jones – 18 points

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Lower Columbia 55, SPSCC 44 – Box Score
SPSCC Gym 1st 2nd Final
Red Devils (1-0 NWAC West, 8-7 overall) 31 24 55
Clippers (0-1 NWAC West, 2-6 overall) 25 19 44
 SPSCC: Krista Johnson – 18 points


Men’s Basketball

Seattle Pacific 87, Saint Martin’s 52 – Box Score
Seattle, WA 1st 2nd Final
Saints (2-2 GNAC, 5-9 overall) 26 26 52
Falcons (3-1 GNAC, 11-3 overall) 47 40 87
 SMU: Tyler Idowu – 18 points

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Northwest 102, Evergreen 94 – Box Score
CRC Gymnasium 1st 2nd Final
Eagles (2-3 CCC, 12-5 overall) 44 58 102
Geoducks (0-5 CCC, 3-9 overall) 46 48 94
TESC: Frankie Johnson – 31 points

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Lower Columbia 78, SPSCC 75 – Box Score
SPSCC Gym 1st 2nd Final
Red Devils (1-0 NWAC West, 9-5 overall) 35 43 78
Clippers (0-1 NWAC West, 5-9 overall) 29 46 75
SPSCC: Elijah Sanders – 22 points | De’Ron Kyle – 20 points

 

Today (1/3): Artesians Battle Bellingham to Open 2015

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Indoor Soccer
Oly Town Artesians vs. Bellingham United – Olympia Indoor Soccer – 6:00 PM | Preview


Women’s Basketball

Evergreen vs. Northwest – CRC Gymnasium – 5:30 pm


Men’s Basketball

Evergreen vs. Northwest – CRC Gymnasium – 7:30 PM


Boys Basketball

North Thurston @ Tumwater – Tumwater HS – 5:00 PM
Northwest Christian vs. Life Christian – Northwest Christian HS – 7:00 PM


Girls Basketball

Northwest Christian vs. Life Christian – Northwest Christian HS – 5:45 PM

PHOTO GALLERY: Artesians Make Their Debut

The Oly Town Artesians made their debut on Saturday at the Northwest Indoor Soccer Invitational at the Tacoma Soccer Center. Read more about the tournament here.

Additional photo galleries from the Northwest Invite can be found here and here.

EPLWA kicks off with three weekend matches

The inaugural season of the EPLWA kicks off this weekend and Oly Sports will keep an eye on the league and the closest team to town, South Sound FC, with great interest and with an eye on a future here in Olympia.

The Shock will play their home games just a couple of I-5 exits away at Harry Lang Stadium in Lakewood and feature a couple of Olympia area players including Evergreen alum Maurico Sanchez in goal. The Shock travel to Silverdale to take on WestSound FC on Sunday at 4:00 PM to open their season.

Here is a look at the three games and six teams from around the state debuting this weekend from GoalWA.net…

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The Evergreen Premier League (EPLWA) kicks off its inaugural season this weekend with matches in Yakima, Bellingham and Silverdale. The elite men’s soccer league was formed in the summer of 2013. Less than a year later hundreds of soccer folks from around Washington have organized eight clubs and a new league to showcase local talent and give supporters in towns across the state a home club to cheer for.

EPLWA.com has a club-by-club look at recent news here.

Who will WIN the EPLWA in 2014? Vote here.

Yakima United FC v. Seattle Stars FC

Saturday April 26, 6 PM Marquette Stadium, Yakima

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Yakima United FC has the privilege of hosting the first-ever EPLWA match this Saturday at 6 PM against Seattle Stars FC at Marquette Stadium. It’s a new era for soccer in the Yakima Valley, as well as a new start for United. The…

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