Oly Town Artesians NWPL at Black Hills High School | Photo: Matt Herrera

OLYMPIA, WA – Three games in one weekend yet again. NWPL and USL2 games took place on our home pitch, while EPLWA traveled up north to Whatcom Community College.

Brieanna Dell opened the scoring in Oly Town’s NWPL match in the 23′ against Oly-Pen Force giving Oly Town the 1-0 lead.

Before the end of the half, Brooke Streeter scored her first of the night. In the second twice in Oly Town’s NWPL match, while Olicia Brock held up the back and kept a clean sheet throughout the 90′.

In the next 45′ Nicole Fesenbek gave Oly Town a 3-0 lead early, Brooke Streeter scored her second of the night, and on an assist from Streeter, Chelsie Still nailed one in the back of the net. Oly Town gained the 5-0 victory over Oly-Pen and moved to 3-2-0 on the season.

The women are three points up on their next match opponents, Vancouver Victory. The match will take place on Saturday, June 18th at Black Hills High School at 1PM and will determine who takes on Capital FC Athletica in the championship game. Let’s go ladies!

Van Dorm Realty Player of the Game – Nicole Fesenbek | Photo: Cortni Herrera

On Sunday, the Men’s USL2 team face Ballard FC for the second time of the season – this time in Olympia.

It was a nearly a scoreless first half until the 38′ when Ballard opened the scoring. Just when Ballard thought they’d go into the half up 1-0, Alec Zimmerman secured a goal for Oly Town in the 40′.

The teams went into halftime all squared up. The next 45′ would determine it all.

Oly Town had great opportunities throughout the second half, but none finished through. Ballard was also unlucky in their opportunities ending the match in a 1-1 draw. Oly Town earned their first point of the season and will face Ballard for a third and final time in July.

Oly Town Artesians USL2 at Black Hills High School | Photo: Ryan Perkins

The Men’s EPLWA played at Whatcom Community College and battled hard but were ultimately beaten by Bellingham United. In the 15′, Bellingham got on the board first and went up 1-0.

Oly Town battled in the second half trying to gain a goal on Bellingham but were unsuccessful. Bellingham scored again before the end of the match and went up 2-0. After a promising start, Oly Town fell 1-4-2.

Catch Oly Town Soccerfest, Saturday, June 18th at Black Hills High School starting at 1PM. NWPL kick-off their championship qualifier at 1PM vs. Vancouver Victory. EPLWA play at 4PM vs. Everett Jets. USL2 bring it all together at 7PM vs. PDX FC.

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Oly Town Artesians USL2 at Capital FC | Photo: Peter Bellerby

OLYMPIA, WA – It was another long weekend for Oly Town as both the women’s NWPL and men’s USL2 teams traveled to Oregon. NWPL faced off again Capital FC Athletica while USL2 played Lane United in Eugene. The men’s EPLWA team traveled up north to play the Everett Jets.

In Oly Town’s NWPL match, it wasn’t until 10′ into the second 45’ that Capital FC scored on an Oly Town mishap and went up 1-0.

Delaney Smith | Photo: Cortni Herrera

The entire first half was a head-to-head battle, Delaney Smith had an outstanding defensive game earning her the Van Dorm Realty Player of the Game. While the game was an even match throughout, Oly Town was unable to recover a goal and ended the game down 1-0.

In Eugene, the Men’s USL2 team went down early 1-0 against Lane United. In the 24′, Lane United received a PK, but goalkeeper Sawyer Price made an outstanding save keeping it a single goal game.

Lane United got one more in before the half and were able to keep the 2-0 lead throughout the remaining 45′. Oly Town will look for their first win of the season this Sunday when they play Ballard FC on their home turf at Black Hills High School.

Oly Town Artesians USL2 at Capital FC | Photo: Peter Bellerby

The Men’s EPLWA played at Frank Goddard Memorial Stadium and battled hard but were ultimately overruled by the Everett Jets. In the first half, Everett got on the board first and went up 2-0.

By the second half, Everett was up 5-0 which ended the game. Oly Town dropped to 1-2-2.

Catch Oly Town EPLWA Wednesday, June 8th at 7PM at Black Hills High School. NWPL Saturday, June 11 at 4PM at Black Hills High School. And USL2 Sunday, June 12th at 2PM at Black Hills High School.

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Oly Town FC at Ballard | Photo: Marissa Lordahl

OLYMPIA, WA – On Monday, May 30th, Oly Town headed up to Ballard to face off against in-state rivals Ballard FC. In front of a crowd of 1,200 people Oly Town put up a great fight but fell short in the second half losing 3-0. Oly Town and Ballard will see each other on the field two more times before the season in complete – Sunday, June 12th and Thursday July 7th.

Both teams generated numerous chances throughout the first half. What looked to be a scoreless first half changed pace when Ballard got one into the top corner in the 40th minute. Although a slow start for both teams, Oly Town was down 1-0 going into half.

Oly Town FC at Ballard | Photo: Rizo Photography

Going into the second half, Oly Town started off strong but fell short when Ballard scored two more in the 50′ and 55′. Oly Town was unable to capitalize on their opportunities and at the final whistle, Ballard FC took a 3-0 win over Oly Town. Oly town dropped to 0-3-0.

Catch the Oly Town USL2 game Saturday, June 4th at 7PM at Civic Stadium vs. Lane United.

NWPL plays Saturday, June 4th at 6PM at Capital Futbol Club vs. Capital FC.

EPLWA will be on the field Saturday, June 4th at 6PM at Mariner High School vs. Everett Jets.

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