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Monday Scores: Navs Fall in District Opener; Bears Blank Climbers

High school baseball
2B District 4 tournament

Adna 10, Northwest Christian 4
Northwest Christian (12-6 overall)

With the 10-4 loss to Adna in the first round of the 2B District 4 tournament, Northwest Christian falls into a loser-out game on Tuesday against Toutle Lake at Adna at 5:30 PM.

High school softball

Tumwater 11, River Ridge 1
T-Birds (13-3 2A EvCo), Hawks (0-14 2A EvCo)
Centralia 5, Capital 2
Tigers (10-5 2A EvCo), Cougars (7-7 2A EvCo)
North Thurston 20, Lincoln 5
Rams (9-2 3A Narrows), Abes (1-10 3A Narrows)

Boys soccer

Olympia 1, Shelton 0
Bears (9-4-2 overall), Highclimbers (9-3-3 overall)

Ian Hess scored the lone goal of the game and Olympia blanked Shelton, the 3A Narrows League’s highest scoring offense, in a 1-0 non-league win.

Wilson 4, Timberline 0
Rams (10-2-0 3A Narrows), Blazers (3-8-1 3A Narrows)
Mount Tahoma 3, North Thurston 0
T-Birds (6-6 3A Narrows), Rams (3-9-0 3A Narrows)

PHOTO GALLERY: Shock Notch Home Opener Victory

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In front of a small but eventually vocal crowd at Harry E. Lang Stadium in Lakewood, South Sound FC got second half goals from Pico Rubio and Scotty Hanson to knock off Wenatchee United, 2-1, in their home opener.

After a back and forth first 25 minutes that saw a handful of chance for both teams and a couple of outstanding saves by South Sound FC keeper Chris Kintz, the Shock took over and dominated possession for the majority of the rest of the game. They were unable to take advantage until the 61st minute when Rubio gathered a pass from Daniel Gray and skimmed a shot from just inside the box and around the Wenatchee keeper for their first goal at home in Evergreen Premier League play.

Minutes later, Gray sent a corner kick into the box and Hanson’s header found the back of the net to put SSFC up 2-0 in the 75th minute. Wenatchee responded a minute later with a goal from Christian Nyafore in the 76th minute to cut the deficit to 2-1. But the Shock didn’t allow Wenatchee many opportunities over the final 15 minutes and held on for the win.

The Shock are now 3-0 in the young EPLWA season, tied with Bellingham United for first place. They will return to the Lang Stadium pitch on Sunday, May 18th against the Spokane Spiders at 2:00 PM.

Sunday Scores: Saints Baseball Sweeps, Softball Splits; Shock Debut With a W

College baseball

Saint Martin’s 11, Western Oregon 9 – Box score
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 R H E
SMU 0 1 1 0 1 1 2 0 3 0 2 11 17 2
WO 0 3 0 0 0 1 0 4 1 0 0 9 12 0
W: Chase DeCoito (1-2) L: Jesse Pratt (1-1)
Saint Martin’s 5, Western Oregon 5 – Box score
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R H E
SMU (11-17 GNAC) 2 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 5 6 1
WO (22-10 GNAC) 0 0 0 1 0 0 2 0 3 6 1
W: Anthony LaDue (1-0) L: Chase Tokunaga (1-2)

Travis Shaw’s single in the 11th inning broke a 9-9 tie and gave Saint Martin’s an 11-9 win over Western Oregon in game one of a GNAC doubleheader in Monmouth, Oregon. In game two, Chris Womac singled in the eventual game winner in the first extra frame of game two and the Saints pulled off the sweep of the Wolves with a 5-3 win. The wins pulled the Saints to within a game and a half of third place Northwest Nazarene for the third and final playoff spot with one weekend left to play.

College softball

Saint Martin’s 6, Western Washington 5 – Box score
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 R H E
WWU (16-7 GNAC) 0 0 0 1 2 1 0 1 5 15 1
SMU (15-8 GNAC) 0 0 0 0 4 0 0 2 6 10 0
W: Sam Munger (19-14), Shayna Adelstein (5-6)
Western Washington 5, Saint Martin’s 4 – Box score
1 2 3 4 5 6 7 R H E
WWU (17-7 GNAC) 2 1 1 0 0 0 1 5 8 1
SMU (15-9 GNAC) 2 0 0 0 0 2 0 4 8 1
W: Aspen Ison (7-3) L: Kaylee Lawson (7-6)

Saint Martin’s lone senior, Lacey McGladrey, went 4-for-7 with two runs and an RBI in her final home games and the Saints split a doubleheader with Western Washington with a 6-5 extra innings win in game one and a 5-4 loss in game two. The Saints travel to the Tri-Cities this week for the GNAC Championships where they are the #4 seed. They will face #1 Western Oregon at 7:00 PM on Thursday.

Roller Derby

Oly Rollers 423, Rainier Roller Girls 13
1st 2nd Final
Rainier Roller Girls 11 2 13
Oly Rollers 182 241 423

Men’s soccer

South Sound FC 2, WestSound FC 0 – Recap
1st 2nd Final
South Sound (1-0-0) 0 0 0
WestSound (0-1-0) 0 2 2
Goals: Frankie Lopez (63rd minute), Vincent McCluskey (73rd)

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… Archive


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. 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


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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Tumwater Pioneers will not return for second season

Tumwater Pioneers fullThe Tumwater Pioneers indoor soccer team will not return for their second season in the PASL Premier. Health issues have forced the Pios owner to close Tumwater Indoor Sports and they will not field a team for the 2013-2014 season.

The Pioneers had a rough lone year in Tumwater going 1-7, their lone win coming in their home finale, a 9-7 win over the shorthanded Oregon Blacktails. Evergreen alum Kevin Flavin scored 12 goals and was named PASL Northwest player of the week by for his five goal performance against the Marysville Ruckus on January 5th.

On a personal note, I worked for the Tumwater Pioneers volunteering to build and run their website and social media outlets, I was their PA announcer and played the music and sound effects at the games. I’m disappointed that the team will not be back and I am hoping to possibly put something together to bring another team to town. Our crowds were really fun and I think we could do even better both on and off the field in the 2013-2014 season with me in charge. Not sure yet if it is even possible to get a team up and running but I am at least exploring the possibility.

In other PASL Premier news, the South Sound Shock, the Tacoma based team that played their home games in Tumwater in 2012 and two home games at Tumwater Indoor Sports last season will likely play their full home schedule in Gig Harbor this season.

Thanks to all of the Pioneers players and fans for a fun single season. I hope I can see you out there again sometime soon.

Sunday scoreboard: Shock win title; Rise knock off Gymrats; Saints baseball falls in Arizona

PASL Northwest Division championship

South Sound Shock 7, Kitsap Pumas 4 – Photo gallery

American Basketball Association

Olympia Rise 115, Shizuoka Gymrats 78

College baseball

Grand Canyon 5, Saint Martin’s 4 – Recap from

PHOTO GALLERY: Shock win PASL Northwest Division Title

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The South Sound Shock, who played two of their regular season games this season and their entire inaugural season in 2012 at Tumwater Indoor Sports, knocked off the Kitsap Pumas 7-4 at the Gig Harbor Athletic Club on Sunday afternoon. The win sends the Shock to San Diego for the PASL’s national tournament in March.

Derek Johnson (#9) scored twice for the Shock and Nate Ford (#11) notched the hat trick including a full pitch goal in the closing minutes on an empty net while the Pumas were using a sixth attacker. Aaron Anderson was credited with 22 saves.

Matt Friesen scored twice and Dustyn Brim made 21 saves for the Pumas.

Read more on the game from the Kitsap Sun.

Today (2/17): Shock play for title; Rise host Japanese squad; Underground Derby love

PASL Northwest championship game

South Sound Shock vs. Kitsap Pumas – Gig Harbor Athletic Club – 1:00 PM

The Tacoma based South Sound Shock, who split their regular season home games between Gig Harbor and Tumwater this season, take on the Kitsap Pumas with an opportunity to head to San Diego to play for the PASL title on the line. You can follow the action on the Oly Sports Twitter feed.

American Basketball Association

Olympia Rise vs. Shizuoka Gymrats – CRC Gymnasium – 4:00 PM

Roller Derby

Underground Derby Battle of Love – Skateland! – 6:00 PM

PHOTO GALLERY: South Sound Shock vs. WSA Rapids

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In a wild back and forth game, the South Sound Shock and WSA Rapids finished tied at seven all after regulation and went to penalty kicks at Gig Harbor Athletic Club on Saturday night. Each team had a goal disallowed during the penalty kick session but Joey Gjertsen’s blast in the third and final round gave the Shock a 9-8 win that moves them into the PASL Northwest Finals against the Kitsap Pumas on Sunday night.

Saturday scoreboard: SPSCC sweeps Grays Harbor; Saints women top Wolves; Shock roll Pioneers; Navs girls win

Men’s basketball

SPSCC 65, Grays Harbor 63 – Box score
Western Washington 104, Saint Martin’s 56 – Recap from
Corban 76, Evergreen 73 – Recap from Evergreen athletics

Women’s basketball

SPSCC 56, Grays Harbor 53 – Box score
Saint Martin’s 54, Western Oregon 47 – Recap from
Corban 73, Evergreen 63 – Recap from Evergreen athletics

Premier Arena Soccer League

South Sound Shock 20, Tumwater Pioneers 5

Girls basketball

Northwest Christian 40, Naselle 22

Boys basketball

Naselle 45, Northwest Christian 24

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