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Will’s FC (4-2) vs. Team Indy (0-5) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

In this match, Will’s FC beat Team Indy 7-1. It’s week 5 and Team Indy have only scored a total of 2 goals all season. Rachel Sutter scored the only goal for Team Indy to prevent the shutout. Will’s FC really brought their A game, exceeding their average of 2.7 goals per game. Zachary Daniels fired two goals to spearhead the team’s offense. Next Tuesday, Team Indy takes on INDY Team #3 (0-4-1) in an attempt to get off the schneid. Next up for Will’s FC is a throwdown versus Yeovil (4-1-0).

Beercelona (2-2-1) vs. The Ball Handlers (0-4-1) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

In this match, Beercelona beat The Ball Handlers 11-1. It’s week 5 and The Ball Handlers have only scored a total of 5 goals all season. Danny scored the only goal for The Ball Handlers to save them from a shutout. Beercelona are having a remarkable offensive season. They’re averaging 5 goals per game. Jose Vidal found his sweet spot and tallied 4 goals to help get the group the win. <blank> also contributed to the team’s final score Next game, The Ball Handlers will try to get on the board with a win versus Migos FC (3-0-2). Next up for Beercelona is a match-up against Out of Shape FC (1-2-2).

Summit Sweepers (2-2-1) vs. Thunder (2-0-2) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Summit Sweepers and Thunder finished in a draw and ended all tied up at 1-1. Summit Sweepers used their 1 goals scored in this game to boost their total goals this season to 10. led his team to victory to guide the team’s attack. This is Thunder’s second tie this season and they’re currently sitting in fourth place in the standings. Carlos was the star player for Thunder this week. They scored the only goal for them. Exiting week 5, Summit Sweepers looks ahead to Da Sleeping Bears (4-0-1) who are next on the docket. For Thunder they will go toe to toe with Benchwarmers (2-2-1).

Da Sleeping Bears (4-0-1) vs. Migos FC (3-0-2) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Da Sleeping Bears and Migos FC were very well-matched in this match-up and ended all tied at 2-2. This is Migos FC’s second tie this season and they’re currently sitting in second place in the standings. In the tie, Jorge Gallegos scored one goal for Migos FC. For Migos FC coming up next on the schedule is The Ball Handlers (0-4-1). This week’s result puts Da Sleeping Bears in first place in the standings. Ben Ossyra netted all two goals, keeping their team on the board. Exiting week 5, Da Sleeping Bears will look ahead to Summit Sweepers (2-2-1) who are next on the calendar.

INDY Team #3 (0-4-1) vs. Out of Shape FC (1-2-2) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

INDY Team #3 and Out of Shape FC were extremely even in this contest and ended tied up at 2-2. INDY Team #3 used their 2 goals scored in this game to boost their total goals this season to 5. Jose Pauletto scored all two goals, saving their team from defeat. This is Out of Shape FC’s second tie this season and they’re currently sitting in ninth place in the standings. In the tie, Jorge kicked one goal for Out of Shape FC. Exiting week 5, INDY Team #3 looks ahead to Team Indy (0-5-0) who are next on the schedule. For Out of Shape FC next they take on Beercelona (2-2-1).

Benchwarmers (2-2-1) vs. Yeovil (4-1) – Tuesday, October 15, 2019

In an unexpected outcome, the 6th place ranked team, Benchwarmers, beat the favored Yeovil (currently ranked 2nd) with a final score of 1-0. This is Yeovil’s first loss of the season. Thunder (2-0-2) is next up on the schedule for Yeovil, as they attempt to bounce back. This win is the second in a row for Benchwarmers, and it bumps them to 6th place in the standings. Akin Morgan prevented the team’s loss by scoring their only goal. The defenders did a great job in this game by helping Alissa Frederick earn a clean sheet. Thunder (2-0-2) are next up on the calendar for Benchwarmers, as they look to keep it going.

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