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Catfish Five win the grand prize of $125 in savings bonds for the 7th annual Five-a-Side tournament at West Seattle Stadium. The Catfish defeat Acme Tyee, 4-1, in the final 15-minute game. Acme received a consolation prize of sport coats. They had advanced from the semifinals on the corner kick tiebreaker after tying Black Diamond. Proceeds benefit youth soccer programs.
Ken Fuegman (Federal Way, Wa./UW), Sasha Shefts (Seattle, Wa./SPU), Jerry Vick (Tacoma, Wa/Simon Fraser) and David McMullen (Seattle, Wa./Tampa) play for West squad at National Sports Festival in Colorado Springs.
Erling Hansenís hat trick is enough, but the Vikings add four more goals to decisively earn Northwest bragging rights with a 7-nil pounding of Portlandís Clan McCleay at White Center. Emmett Brennan, Sig Edngelstad, Austin Gunderson also score for the Vikes.
Chance Fry makes his first international appearance for the United States, joining fellow Washingtonian Jeff Durgan in the starting lineup of a 4-0 World Cup qualifying win over Netherlands Antilles at St. Louis. By 11 days later Fry has five caps. He assists on the winner vs El Salvador and hits the post in a loss at Guatemala. Both Fry and Durgan were named second team all-NASL.
A huge crowd estimated at more than 8,000 jams into Upper Woodland to witness the battle for first place in the Northwestern League. Todd Dry Dock, behind a goal and assist from Rudy Dernac, trims Electro Dentists, 2-1.
John Olu Molomoís hat trick enables Seattle sweep of Portland, 6-5. Dick McCormick ties it in the fourth quarter and 54 seconds later Olu Molomo beats two defenders to win it. The SeaDogs won the opener in Portland, 8-2.