Sounders Lose to Northern Cascadia Rivals

The Sounders’ 14-match home winning streak came to an end when the Vancouver Whitecaps beat them 4-1 on October 9. It was not a pretty match for Seattle fans. So if you don’t want to relive it, I understand. (Personally, I wanted to forget it, which is why it took …

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Sounders Come From Behind to Beat Chicago

The Seattle Sounders went down a goal to Chicago Fire midway through the first half, but Lamar Neagle evened it up before halftime. It remained tied until shortly after Zach Scott subbed on. In the 89th minute, he sent a low driven cross into the box which Gonzalo Segares knocked …

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Sounders Top Whitecaps, Take Lead in Cascadia Cup

On Saturday night, in front of a crowd over 53,000 strong, the Seattle Sounders defeated the Vancouver Whitecaps 3-2. With the win, the Sounders take the lead on the season for the coveted Cascadia Cup. There are still several matches to be played, so they’ll need to keep playing well …

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Photos of U.S. Men Training for World Cup Qualifier in Seattle

Lots of smiles and laughter among the U.S. Men’s National Team as they trained at CenturyLink Field on Sunday, June 9, in preparation for the World Cup Qualifier match against Panama Tuesday night. I was there to shoot some of the player interviews and the first few minutes of warm …

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Sounders Dominate Earthquakes, 4-0

Seattle Sounders fans couldn’t ask for much more – sunshine, goals, a clean sheet, and an ObaFlipâ„¢. All of that against San Jose Earthquakes, a team that has beaten the Sounders the last four times they’ve met. Unfortunately, I was on the wrong side of the goal to capture Obafemi …

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Sounders and Timbers Draw, Oba Martins Debuts

It was another hard fought match on Saturday between the Seattle Sounders and their bitter rivals from the south, the Portland Timbers. Eddie Johnson gave the Sounders an early lead in the 13th minute off of a beautiful cross from Steve Zakuani. It remained 1-0 until the 91st minute. Portland …

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Sounders Create History and Advance to Champions League Semis

It was a night for the history books, as they say. No MLS team had ever eliminated a Mexican team from the knockout rounds of the CONCACAF Champions League. Well, not until Tuesday night in Seattle. The first half was tough for the Sounders. They already came into the match …

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Seattle Loses Opener to Montreal, 1-0

Montreal Impact visited Seattle for the first time on Saturday night and went home the victors after Davy Arnaud’s goal in the 35th minute. One was all they needed as the Italian-laden defense held the

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Sounders 2012: A year in photos

With the 2013 MLS season nearly upon us, I decided to look back through my images from the 2012 Seattle Sounders. It was an exciting season – from the Community Shield through to the Western Conference Final, with many Champions League, US Open Cup, and even a few Reserve League …

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Sounders, RSL Scoreless After 1st Semifinal Leg

This could easily have been called the Nick Rimando show. He was simply amazing. The Sounders had several good shots on frame, but none of them made it past the Real Salt Lake keeper. Though he was kept slightly less busy, Seattle Sounders keeper, Michael Gspurning, also put on quite …

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