SCC Women’s Soccer defeats GRCC 6-1, playoff hopes still alive

Thursday, October 31, 2013

The Shoreline Community College Lady Dolphin Soccer team routed Green River Community College on Wednesday in Kent, WA with a 6-1 victory. And with Edmonds CC defeating Everett CC on Wednesday, the Dolphins remain one point away behind the Trojans for the final playoff spot in the NWAACC Northern Region.

Hayley Warren, the NWAACC leading scorer,
had four goals against Green River CC
Photo by Wilson Tsoi

In the GRCC match, Hayley Warren booted in 4 goals on the day, as the NWAACC’s leading scorer had a big day, scoring at the 4th, 39th, 58th and 59th minute marks in the game. Cayla Dahl and Ashley Cole had the other two goals for SCC on the day. Montana Powell, Ashley Cole (2) and Allison Shelton (2) had the assists for the Dolphins on the day. SCC lost the shutout in the 77th minute as both Ashley Swan and Melissa Schuetze shared the goalkeeping job in the game.

SCC is now 10-6-4 on the season and 7-6-2 in the NWAACC Northern Region. Green River falls to 5-12-2 overall and 2-12-2 in the region. Shoreline plays Whatcom Community College on Saturday at Twin Ponds field at 6:00pm as part of a doubleheader with the men’s team.

The Dolphins will know early that day if they are playing for a NWAACC playoff spot or not. Everett CC is now in third place in the region, with a 7-5-3 record in the region and 24 points. Shoreline is one point behind them with 23 points.

EVCC plays Skagit Valley College at home on Saturday at Noon. If Everett loses or ties that game, that will open the door for SCC to defeat Whatcom on Saturday night and move into 3rd place, the final NWAACC playoff spot for the region. A Everett CC victory over SVC, then Everett will be the 3rd place team. If EVCC ties SVC and SCC ties WCC, then EVCC still goes to the playoffs, with a one point advantage over SCC. But Skagit Valley did defeat Everett 2-0 earlier in the region schedule.


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