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March 9, 2014 at 9:35 PM

Darwin Jones leads UW past Sounders FC’s reserves with hat trick, late winner

The stakes weren’t the same as Sounders FC’s season opener, obviously, but Sunday’s reserve game against the University of Washington still had its share of excitement.

UW forward Darwin Jones, a homegrown-eligible player for Seattle, capped an amazing hat-trick with a game winner in stoppage time to lead the Huskies to a 4-3 victory. Jones, a Des Moines native who had been in the Sounders’ 2013 preseason camp, provided the assist on other goal.

Pretty impressive.

Seattle’s goal-scorers were Jalil Anibaba, Chad Barrett and trialist Cam Weaver. UW’s other goal came from standout Cristian Roldan, who we profiled in the paper last year.

Here are the highlights:

Here is an interview with Sounders’ reserves coach Ezra Hendrickson:

Twitter accounts from Live Sounders, UW men’s soccer, Matt Gaschk and Sounder at Heart had play by play on a game that started out with a 2-0 UW lead, then was tied 2-2, UW went up 3-2, Seattle equalized again, and Jones had the late winner.

Notable tweets below:

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