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Spokane Shadow women alone in first place after victory

CENTRALIA, Wash. – Megan Lindsay scored one goal and assisted on two others and the Spokane Shadow women’s soccer team took sole possession of first place in the Northwest Premier League with a 4-0 victory over Twin City Union on Saturday evening.

The victory gave the Shadow (8-1-0) 24 points, to snap a tie with South Sound with both teams having three matches remaining including a showdown in a season finale at Spokane on July 30.

Maia Angell scored off an assist from Jael Hagerott in the 14th minute. Three minutes later, Lindsay made a steal from 40 yards out and drove to the goal to finish inside the box for a 2-0 lead over Twin City (2-4-2).

Lindsay then assisted on goal by Riley Martinson in the 20th and Tasha Luu in the 88th.

Lindsay leads the league with 16 goals.

The Shadow now take a break before road games on July 16 against the Seattle Stars and July 17 versus Fuerza FC.

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