BC Women's Soccer Have a Loss and Tie on the Road
Bellevue women’s soccer traveled to Port Angeles, Wednesday, Oct. 19, to take on the league-leading Peninsula Pirates. “It was a very physical game. That's what happens when the number one and number two teams face off in a conference game,” said BC women’s soccer head coach Tao Shen. Peninsula ran the score in the first half with goals in the 10th and 37th minutes. However, in the second half Bulldog Treva LeRoy found the back of the goal on a spectacular score coming off a free-kick in the 59th minute to make it 2-1. Peninsula added one more score in the 75th minute to cap off the game earning the Pirates a 3-1 victory.
The loss dropped Bellevue women to third place in the West division, marking the midway point of league play. Coach Shen said, “This type of game can make or break teams at the end. Our girls battled every inch on that day but we came up short. Treva scored our best goal of the year so far from a 40-yard free kick. The keeper had no chance. She had a few this year that hit the bar, but I'm happy she buried that one. She is an amazing player with so much potential.”
On their second road game of the week, the Bulldogs women’s soccer team went to Bremerton for a match against Olympic College on Saturday, Oct. 22. BC’s Rachel Anderson scored for the Bulldogs in the 15th minute, putting Bellevue ahead 1-0, but only briefly. Olympic was able to tie up the score at 1-1 only three minutes later. Gabriella Rodriguez assisted Lashonne Wells in the 28th minute to put the Bulldogs back on top, until early in the 2nd half when Olympic once again evened the score, and the match ended in a 2-2 tie.
Bellevue women’s soccer remains in third place at 6-3-3 league, 6-5-3 overall. On Wednesday, Oct 26, Bellevue women will host Tacoma CC (4-8-0, 5-9-0) at Sammamish HS, with the match beginning at 6:30 p.m.
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