Lady Dolphin’s Soccer Ends Season In Overtime at Clackamas:
The Shoreline Community College Women's Soccer Team dropped a tough 1-0 match to Clackamas Community College on Saturday night at the Oregon City High School Stadium in the NWAACC Quarter Finals.
It took 96 minutes for the loss to occur, as both teams fought to a 0-0 tie in regulation but Tayler Ficek took a loose ball in front of the SCC goal 6 minutes into overtime and put it in the net for a Cougar win and send SCC home from the NWAACC Playoffs. Ficek had won last year's quarter-final match for Clackamas in overtime as well against Green River CC.
Clackamas came into the game with the best defense in the NWAACC, as the team had allowed only 7 goals all season, but one of those goals was against SCC in a 1-0 loss to the Dolphins in September, but on this cold night in Oregon City, the SCC offense would not produce a goal and CCC would come out on top.
The Lady Dolphins finished the season at 10-6-4 and was tied for 2nd in the NWAACC Northern Region. The SCC squad missed the playoffs last season when they lost a "Play-In" game against Edmonds CC to advance to the playoffs. The Shoreline team was freshman dominated with 4 sophomores on the squad and should be a favorite next season to win the region and challenge for a spot in the NWAACC Women’s Soccer Final Four.
Clackamas is now 14-3 on the year and will advance to the NWAACC Soccer Championship next weekend at the Starfire Complex in Tukwila.