FIRST PLACE. The 1-0 victory by Washington Premier South Sound FC over the Spokane Shadow was a first for the hometown boys. In their previous six meetings, Spokane was victorious in four matches and tied with the Shock in the other two. Spokane won the first two Evergreen Premier League (EPLWA) championships (the league is now in its fourth years). Shock veteran Brandon Madson scored the game winner to knock off the Shadow on Sunday, May 14, at the Washington Premier Soccer Complex. Up next for the first place Shock is a road match against the Olympic Force on Sunday, May 21 at Peninsula HS at 4:45 p.m. South Sound FC will return home to the Washington Premier Soccer Complex on Saturday, June 3, as they host the Vancouver Victory at 3:30 p.m.