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Sky Blue holds Reign to tie before record Seattle record
June 29th, 2014 3:25PM
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[NWSL: Week 12]The Seattle Reign FC remained unbeaten with a 0-0 draw against visiting Sky Blue FC on Saturday night in front of a record crowd of 5,770 fans. The Reign is now 11-0-3, while Sky Blue FC extended its unbeaten streak to four games, having won in Portland on Wednesday night.

Seattle had cleared goalie Hope Solo to play, but backup Hayley Kopmeyerstarted her third game in a row.

Jodie Taylor chipped Houston goalkeeper Erin McLeod in the 61st minute for her seventh goal of the year and give Washington its first win in four games with a 1-0 decision over the Dash. The victory moved the Spirit into third place ahead of Portland, Western New York and Chicago, which are all tied two points behind.

WEDNESDAY. Goals byKaty Freelsand Lindsi Cutshall gave Sky Blue FC its third win of the season in 15 games, a 2-1 win over Portland in front of 10,477 fans at Providence Park.Sky Blue FC goalkeeper Brittany Cameron to make five saves to hold off the Thorns, whose only goal was scored by Canadian Christine Sinclair.

NWSL WEEK 12, Results:
Saturday, June 28
FC Kansas City 1 Portland 0
Houston 0 Washington 1
Seattle 0 Sky Blue FC 0
Friday, June 27
Western NY 2 Boston1
Wednesday, June 25
Portland 1 Sky Blue FC 2

NWSL Standings:
PTS TEAM W-L-T GF/GA
36 Seattle 11-0-3 29/10
30 FC Kansas City 9-4-3 25/17
22 Washington 7-7-1 23/30
20 Western NY 6-7-2 25/19
20 Chicago 6-6-2 18/15
20 Portland 6-6-2 19/19
16 Sky Blue FC 3-6-7 16/25
13 Houston 4-9-1 16/24
10 Boston 3-10-1 17/29

NWSL Leading Scorers:
G PLAYER, TEAM
11 Kim Little, Seattle
9 Amy Rodriguez, FC Kansas City
8+2 Jessica McDonald, Portland
7+1 Jodie Taylor, Washington
6+2 Carli Lloyd
, Western NY
6+1 Lauren Holiday,
FC Kansas City


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