Some notes from the Sounders, including an item I neglected that Tacoma's own Jeff Stock and Mark Peterson were awarded Golden Scarves before kickoff of the Timbers derby on Saturday:
Over $3,200 was raised for the Sounders FC community partners at the first two home MLS reserve league matches.There is no charge for admission, however donations are accepted at the gate ($5 suggested). Parking is $5 or free with a Starfire membership...Roger Levesque's assist versus Portland was his first in MLS. He had previously scored two goals...Seattle has scored first in four of the last five games. it is 3-0-3 this season and 24-4-9 all-time when scoring first...Defender Leo Gonzalez has four yellow cards. A fifth yellow card results in a one-gamesuspension, however if Gonzalez avoids a card for three consecutive games he would earn a one-card reduction from MLS...Jeff Stock and Mark Peterson, both Tacoma natives and key members of the NASL Sounders from 1979-83, were presented with a Golden scarf prior to the Portland match... On May 20, 1982, Mark Peterson scored two goals as the sounders beat Manchester United, 3-0, in the Kingdome. ...Join Brad Evans and world renowned chef instructors from The international Culinary school at The art institute of Seattle on Sunday, May 22 at 3:30 p.m. for the ultimate culinary experience. RSVP at http://aiLearnMore.com/seattle.