Spokane Shadow @ Wenatchee FC - Sunday, 6:00 - Wenatchee Valley CC
The match marks the first meeting between eastern-based EPLWA teams this season. Last year, the Shadow swept the two-game series in a pair of historic games.
In the early-season meeting in Wenatchee, star striker Mike Ramos recorded the league’s first-ever hat-trick, scoring all three goals in Spokane’s 3-2 victory over Wenatchee.
On Sunday, though, things will be a little different as Ramos will not be in the lineup. He and midfield general Nick Hamer have joined the professional Kitsap Pumas in the PDL. Engle, however, will be there as he serves temporary duty until he finishes up at Whitworth and Hamer's brother Zach has joined the squad.
Wenatchee is coming into the match after a 2-1 loss to Seattle the week before, but lost more than the match with two players sidelined with red cards, including goalkeeper Mauricio Sanchez. Josh Alvarez scored the consolation tally on a ball from Octavio Garcia.
Yakima United @ Bellingham United - Sunday, 3:00 - Civic Stadium
Last year, the pair played in two of the most lopsided games of the season with a 12-goal swing between the two games. The Hammers took the first meeting 8-2 with Tyler Bjork scoring a league-record six goals in a game.
When they met for a second time the game went the other way with the Hoppers blanking Bellingham 6-0 in a stunner.
Hector Valdovinos scored the lone goal for the Hoppers last week while Mo Marenah netted for the Hammers via Nick Cashmere.
Elsewhere in EPLWA
Vancouver Victory @ Olympic Force - Saturday
South Sound @ Seattle Stars - Sunday
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