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Crossfire Select B03 Red 1 Bainbridge Island FC B03 Blue 10
game played on Sunday 8th December at Marymoor Park

It was a crisp, gray Sunday morning in Seattle, typical weather for a Pacific North Western day of soccer. The Bainbridge Island FC boys 2003 team had gone on a recent winning streak, and was hoping to cap off the year with a win.

This game would decide whether BIFC goes home as league champions. Shaking off a sluggish start, the team picked up the pace within the first 20 minutes. The first goal, scored by #25 Calvin Moe, started off a chain reaction with many more to come.

While there were many scoring players in what turned out to be a big win for Bainbridge, the star of this game was Ben Robinson. With five assists and one goal for himself, he helped the team's offense shine.

On the defensive side of the field, the three center backs Silas Erwin, Nick Pecora, and William Thiele were solid the whole game. Goalkeeper, Evan Heisinger, made many impressive stops and helped distribute the ball throughout the back.

By the end of the game, it was a decisive victory of 10-1, and the whole team went away with high spirits as North Puget Sound League division 2 champions.

Bainbridge Island FC B04 Blue 3 Bellevue FC B04 2
game played Sunday 8th December at Battlepoint Park

The BIFC B04 played Bellevue United at Battle Point Park were conditions were good as there was no rain or windy on the December Sunday.

Finn Archbold wasn't available to play in goal for this match due to a concussion last week. Zach Schramling stepped in and played the entire match as goalkeeper. He played well and contributed to our to lead to a 3-2 BIFC win.

In the first 30 minutes of the match, Bainbridge outplayed the opponent and was consistently attacking the Bellevue goal. BIFC's first goal was scored by Kaden Schaefer (unassisted in the 19th minute) with a brilliant shot just inside the far post hitting the side netting. Bellevue United answered back and scored in the 32nd minute, to ensure the teams went into the half time break at 1-1.

In the second half, BIFC possessed the ball well and continued attacking and were able to move into a 3-1 lead. Firstly Grantham Gace had a nice strike from inside the box off a corner kick and a second unassisted goal from Kaden Shaefer just minutes later put Bainbridge two goals ahead.

Bellevue United scored the final goal with six minutes remaining, but the Bainbridge B04's managed to hold them off for a 3-2 final result. With the win, BIFC finished the regular season as North Puget Sound League Division 2 champions.

Games Saturday 14th September 2019
10.00am Bainbridge Island FC B07 Blue v Storm KIng B07 Battlepoint Turf
10.00am Bainbridge Island FC B08 Black v HSA Select B08 Battlepoint Turf
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