Reiter-Morton sees success in first week on the pitch

WOODINVILLE – When a program is on its third coach in four years, the need for stability nears DEFCON 1 status. After coach Andrew Croft stepped down last summer, the Woodinville program seemed adrift. But the recent hiring of M’ily Reiter-Morton seems a step in the right direction. In her first week in charge, the Falcons went 2-0-1, beating Emerald Ridge 6-1, tying Redmond 1-1, and then knocking off Eastside Catholic 3-2. Reiter-Morton likes what she sees from her new club. Source: Reiter-Morton sees success in first week on the pitch Continue reading Reiter-Morton sees success in first week on the pitch

Klahowya battling through injuries and inexperience early in the season | Kitsap Daily News

SILVERDALE — For a while now, the Klahowya Eagles have been one of the most successful soccer teams in the West Sound; and they have been typically stacked with experience and talent as they made their deep runs into the 1A state playoffs. Source: Klahowya battling through injuries and inexperience early in the season | Kitsap Daily News Continue reading Klahowya battling through injuries and inexperience early in the season | Kitsap Daily News

PREP SOCCER: Eagle Point keeps on winning

EAGLE POINT — Eagle Point boys soccer coach Juan Palomares expected good things from his team this fall. But maybe not quite this good. The Eagles improved to 6-1 with a 3-0 victory over Henley in nonconference play on Tuesday. Eagle Point’s six wins are twice as many as any other Class 5A team in the state. They are ninth in the OSAA rankings. Henley is the No. 10 Class 4A team and has a 1-1 record. “It’s going surprisingly well,” said Palomares. Source: PREP SOCCER: Eagle Point keeps on winning Continue reading PREP SOCCER: Eagle Point keeps on winning

PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Port Angeles girls looking for more | Peninsula Daily News

PORT ANGELES — Port Angeles has added some multi-sport athletes to a Roughriders’ girls soccer roster loaded with returnees this fall. Pace is the keyword for a team laden with some speedy options. Source: PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Port Angeles girls looking for more | Peninsula Daily News Continue reading PREP SOCCER PREVIEW: Port Angeles girls looking for more | Peninsula Daily News

US Club Soccer selects Snohomish, Wash. as home of National Cup Northwest Regional – SoccerWire

US Club Soccer has announced a four-year partnership with Snohomish Youth Soccer Club to bring its National Cup Northwest Regional to Stocker Fields. Source: US Club Soccer selects Snohomish, Wash. as home of National Cup Northwest Regional – SoccerWire Continue reading US Club Soccer selects Snohomish, Wash. as home of National Cup Northwest Regional – SoccerWire