The Washington Timbers women’s soccer team scored last with an 89th minute goal from Sarah Teubner to take the 3-2 win over the Oly-Pen Force on Saturday at Bremerton in Week 7 of the Northwest Premier League.
The Timbers (2-5-0) and the Force (2-5-0) have the advantage for the final two playoff spots, sitting in fifth and sixth place with one week left to play. The top six team make the playoffs.
Subine Postmas scored for the Timbers in the 2nd minute and Emily Wilkins equalized in the 7th. Andrea DePinto gave the Timbers a 2-1 lead in the 57th but again, the Force tied it up in the 68th with a Lauren Hudson goal.
But it was former Clark College standout Teubner who finished it off with an assist from Ellie Schmid, a Washougal High grad, to give the Timbers their second win of the season and move them into playoff position.
The Timbers host Washington Premier of Puyallup at 3 p.m. Sunday at Harmony Sports Complex in the regular-season finale. Admission is $6 for adults.
Victory fall to Force 5-1
The Vancouver Victory lost to the Oly-Pen Force 5-1 on Saturday at Bremerton in an Evergreen Premier League match.
Moises Manon scored for the Victory (0-6-1) to make it 2-1 in the 58th minute.
The Victory host Washington Premier at 5 p.m. Sunday at Harmony Sports Complex in their final home match of the season. Admission is $6 for adults.
All-star high school soccer is Sunday
The Clark County Senior All-Star Soccer Game is set for 7 p.m. Sunday at Harmony Sports Complex following the Washington Timbers and Vancouver Victory matches.
Top seniors from around Clark County have been invited to play in the match.
Admission to the all-star game is free.
Little League all-star teams book spots to state
The Cascade Little League All-Stars won the District 4 major softball title on Saturday, beating East County in two games, 10-0 and 14-4.
Cascade advances to the state tournament beginning June 29 at Poulsbo.
Ridgefield is the District 6 representative to the state tournament.
Intermediate baseball — Evergreen beat Columbia 18-1 on Monday to win the District 4 title and advance to state, which begins June 29 at Fort Vancouver Little League.
Grass Valley is next run for summer series
The Clark County Running Club’s summer series heads to Grass Valley Park in Camas for the next two Wednesday summer series runs.
The Grass Valley 5K begins at 7 p.m. Wednesday and on July 3.
The race begins at Grass Valley Park across the street from Lacamas Swim & Sport, 3211 N.W. 38th Ave., in Camas.
Jesse McChesney of Vancouver was the fastest among 80 runners at last week’s Washougal Dike Run No. 2. He did the 3-mile course in 17 minutes, 14 seconds.
Shun Yamaguchi, 18, of Vancouver, was second (17:36), and Branden Chou, 15, was third (17:54).
Abby Knight was first among the women in 19:55, placing 15th overall.
Just nine runners did the 5-mile course. Joseph Boothby was first in 32:24.
For a list of upcoming summer series runs, go online to www.clarkcountyrunningclub.org/events.