The Surf Report – September 17th


Men’s and Women’s Soccer traveled to Skagit Valley College to take on the Cardinals on September, 16th, 2015. The Men’s team came into the game with a record of 0-0-4 on the year and 0-0-1 in North Region play. Goalkeeper Jerry Reyes-Ortega continued his early season dominance with 14 saves in the match. Reyes-Ortega allowed one shot past him in the 29th minute leaving the Phins to chase the game with 60 minutes to play. However, Jorge Varela did not waste much time as he opened the second half with a goal in the 46th minute. Varela has scored in the last two matches. The Phins chased a game winning goal for the remainder of the second half, but had to settle for another draw. Men’s Soccer is now 0-0-5 on the year and 0-0-2 in the North Region.

Men’s Soccer is currently in 3rd place just one point behind Edmonds Community College. The Phins host Edmonds on Saturday, September 19th at 3pm.

Women’s Soccer came into the match against Skagit Valley College with a 2-2-1 record on the year and 0-1-0 in the North Region. The first half was played without a goal for either side, but things picked up in the second half. Down a player after the 49th minute the Phins managed two goals in the second half. Caty Miller scored in the 65th minute off an assist from Sam Bell. Tayler Lime added an insurance goal to seal the win in the 88th minute on an assist from Gabi Danyo. Nazarena Hernandez and Amanda Aversano combined in goal to shutout the Cardinals. The 2-0 victory brought the Phins record to 3-2-1 on the seasons and 1-1-0 in North region Play.

Women’s Soccer is currently in a 4-way tie for 3rd place in the North Region. They host Edmonds Community College on Saturday, September 19th at 12:30pm.


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Article has been updated to reflect Nazarena Hernandez and Amanda Aversano  both playing in Goal for the Women’s Soccer team.

1 Comment

  1. Tony Aversano says:

    Mr Brady, did you not attend the womens game? The passing and movement away from the ball in the first half was superior, even the Skagit fans were talking about it. Shoreline could have had 10 goals and probably should have had at least 6 but just couldn’t find the back of the net. Naza only played the first half in goal and Skagit didn’t have any shots on goal. It wasn’t until the second half with Shoreline playing one down that the Skagit offense got it going, playing much of it on our side of the field as Shoreline fought the wind, numbers and frustration. Shoreline did finally break it open with a great goal on the cross, followed by a big save in our goal and an insurance goal late to take the win.

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