In this week’s Game of the Week, Package Smashers and Sweaty Bawlers battled it out in our Sunday Coed D Indoor Soccer League. Despite a solid fight from the Bawlers, Package Smashers secured a comfortable victory, outscoring their competitors 9-2.
In our Thursday coed rec 8v8 league, ECS La Barra and Fourteen Shades of Blue played out a tense 2-2 tie. Headed into half time down a goal, ECS La Barra fought hard to take the 2-1 lead, but Fourteen Shades of Blue landed one in the back of the net in the final minutes to secure the tie.
Emerald City and Rebels duked it out in our Tuesday Men’s 8v8 league for this week’s Game of the Week. As predicted in Erik’s pre-game interview, Rebels nabbed their first win of the season as they topped Emerald City 6-4.
Starfire regulars, Surf Monkeys and Globestars FC, took to our 8v8 fields for this week’s Game of the Week. Despite a strong fight from Globestars, Surf Monkeys secured a 5-0 win.
Penguins bested Vacca Patrol 6-3 in this week’s Game of the Week, which comes to us from our Tuesday Coed C Indoor league. Enjoy!
Jay Berries and Dirty Penguins faced off in our Men’s C Indoor league for this week’s Game of the Week. Despite a strong showing from Dirty Penguins, who returned to play after a break, it would be Jay Berries who would take home the win with an impressive 12 goals to 5.
Supersonics and Seattle Angels battled it out in this weeks game of the week. Seattle Angels went on to squeak by with a 6-5 win.
AAAC Electric and OGs have been long-time players and rivals in our competitive 8v8 league. For this week’s Game of the Week, the two battled it out for the 2014 Summer II championship. After falling to OGs in past championships, it would be AAAC Electric’s turn to take home the shirts with a tense 3-2 win.
New Life and Catz played to a 2-2 draw in this week’s 8v8 Game of the Week.
It was a tough match today in the NWSL Championship between the Seattle Reign FC and Kansas City FC.
In the first half, there were many opportunities for the Reign and many shots on goal. None, however made it inside the net. Seattle dominated Kansas City with great ball movement, skills, and hard work out on the pitch and things were looking good. However, the first goal in the 22nd minute scored by KC put Kansas ahead of Seattle midway through the first half. It was a nice shot by Amy Rodriguez. Seattle continued to fight with many shots and some great crosses in front of the goal but could not finish them off. Jessica Fishlock was able to make some attempts at goal and some great plays to her teammates. Megan Rapinoe with her footwork, looked to pass the ball off as she ran down the field creating more opportunities for Seattle.
Starting off the second half, Reign continued to pressure Kansas City with more opportunities inside the box, including a foul at the top of the box and a free kick for Fishlock. It wasn’t enough, though as KC FC scored their second goal in the 56th minute of the game giving Rodriguez her second goal of the day. Seattle played even harder, firing one shot after another on frame. One finally makes it in after 87 minutes, a beautiful goal by Rapinoe putting the Reign up on the board! In the last few minutes, Seattle fights to score their second goal to tie it all up, but is unable to find the net. Seattle Reign put up a great fight against Kansas City in the championship match, but came up short of a win.