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Flash Flood Watch issued July 31 at 5:11PM PDT until August 01 at 11:00PM PDT by NWS

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WVC, Both soccer teams at home Friday and Saturday

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WOMENS SOCCER (0-2, 0-4)

Friday, Everett (1-0-1, 2-2-1) home

This will be the second meeting in three and a half weeks between the Knights and Trojans.  WVC opened the season with a 3-0 nonleague loss in Tukwila to Everett.  This time it is a league encounter.  On their home field Wenatchee Valley has never lost to ECC…the local team is 8-0-1.  Overall by far the best record the Knights have against any NWAACC opponent is their 15-2-1 vs. the Trojans.  In fact until the last three games WVC was undefeated in 15 games against the Snohomish County school.  The last three have been a tie, loss and loss.

 

Saturday, Edmonds (2-0, 4-1) home.

Edmonds has been a pain for WVC.  After the first four years when the Knights got off to a 3-1-1 start, things have fallen apart.  The Tritons have won 12 of the last 14 and lead the series 13-5-1.

 

Standings: Walla Walla 1-0-1, Spokane 1-0-1, Treasure Valley 0-0-2, Columbia Basin 0-1-1, Wenatchee Valley 0-2-0, Yakima Valley 0-2-0

 

MENS SOCCER (0-2, 1-3-1)

Friday, Everett (0-0-1, 0-2-1) home.

Wenatchee Valley is 11-5-2 against Everett and leads the Trojans 7-2 at home.  The 11 victories are the second most against any opponent (they have 12 against Columbia Basin).  Of teams the Knights have faced at least 10 times the 70.6 percent winning percentage vs. Everett is tops.  The same goes for the 77.8 winning percentage at home against teams they’ve played at least six times.

 

Saturday, Edmonds (0-1, 0-4) home.

The Knights have had their problems with Edmonds, although things have gotten a little better.  For the first 11 years of the series the Tritons led 11-1-1.  Since 2004 there have been six games with WVC winning two and tying one.  ECC comes to town with no wins in four outings.

 

Standings: Spokane 1-0-1, Columbia Basin 1-0-1, Walla Walla 1-0-0, Treasure Valley 0-1-0, Wenatchee Valley 0-2-0

 

Soccer schedule note.

This season, as usual, the East Region teams play each other twice, with the balance of the league matches coming with one match each against the North Region…Edmonds, Everett, Shoreline, Skagit Valley and Whatcom for the men, and those five plus Green River for the women.  Every year teams always play members of their region two times, and then the other matches rotate between regions…for the East in 2011 it was the South and last fall the West.

 

VOLLEYBALL (0-2, 1-7)

Saturday, Clackamas Crossover Tournament, Oregon City

The Knights will be about 14 miles south of Portland Saturday for crossover competition at Clackamas CC.  Taking part are two teams from each region.  From the East are Wenatchee Valley (1-7) and Spokane (11-6), the North are Skagit Valley (1-4) and Whatcom (0-1), the West are Pierce (3-6) and Clark (0-4) and the South are Chemeketa (5-7) and Clackamas (8-6).

 

Standings: Blue Mountain 2-0, Walla Walla 1-0, Treasure Valley 1-1, Big Bend 1-1, Spokane 0-0, Columbia Basin 0-0,

Wenatchee Valley 0-2

 

 

 

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