PTHS soccer boys blank Chimacum 9-0 at Memorial Field


UPDATED 8 p.m. May 4

Port Townsend High School blanked the visiting Chimacum Cowboys 9-0 Monday in 1A Olympic League boys' soccer action at Jefferson County Memorial Athletic Field in downtown PT.


The Port Townsend High School soccer boys get to play their final two regular season "home" matches this season at home: Jefferson County Memorial Athletic Field downtown.

Tonight, Monday, the Redhawks host the Chimacum Cowboys at 6 p.m. Wednesday, May 6, PT hosts Coupeville with Senior Night introductions at 5:45 p.m., and the match at 6 p.m.

The Redhawks had hosted opponents using H.J. Carroll Park in Chimacum, with Memorial Field closed since November for a grandstand roof replacement. The county's roof project finished last week on schedule.

The PTHS soccer boys (2-2 league, 3-7-2 overall) have likely secured a playoff spot with a pair of wins last week, 11-0 over Chimacum April 28 and 3-2 at Coupeville April 30.

Klahowya (4-0 league, 11-1-2 overall) has clinched the Olympic League 1A title and No. 1 playoff slot. PT and Coupeville (2-2, 3-8) are tied for second and third, followed by Chimacum (0-4, 1-11).

The No. 2 Olympic team hosts No. 3 Nisqually League team May 9 while No. 3 Olympic plays at No. 2 Nisqually; loser out. Winners advance to meet No. 1 league seeds May 12. The league championships is May 14 at Orting Stadium.

The Cowboys conclude their regular season at Klahowya May 5.


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