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Squad (2-1) vs. Ya Motha’s Favorite Team (0-3) – Monday, April 5, 2021

In this Week 3 matchup in the Monday Wells HS TURF Men’s 7v7 Soccer League, Squad beat Ya Motha’s Favorite Team by a final score of 7-3. Squad are having a remarkable offensive season. They are averaging almost 7 goals per game. Jacob Gromala racked up a hat trick for Squad to help get the group this important Week 3 victory. FC Friendship (1-2-0) are next up on the docket for Squad coming up in Week 4, as they look to record back-to-back victories for the first time this season. This disappointing Week 3 loss comes when Ya Motha’s Favorite Team scored their personal best of the season. The losing team still had notable players including Tim Glew, who netted a brace for Ya Motha’s Favorite Team. Ya Motha’s Favorite Team seeks to break their winless streak in Week 4 with a match-up versus INDY Team #6 (0-3-0). Both teams will be looking to record their first point(s) of the season in this one.

 

INDY Team #9 (1-2) vs. INDY Team #6 (0-3) – Monday, April 5, 2021

Sitting at the bottom of the League Standings through the first couple of weeks of the season, these two teams knew it was going to be a battle to stay out of last place. Finally breaking their losing streak, INDY Team #9 snagged a win against INDY Team #6 with a final score of 8-1 in Week 3 of the Monday Wells HS TURF Men’s 7v7 Soccer League. INDY Team #9 had they best offensive performance of the year in this one, knocking in a season-high 8 goals. Omar Hakim was on fire for INDY Team #9 in this contest and contributed 4 goals to lead the club’s offense. Chelsenal Liverspurs United (1-3-0) are next up on the docket for INDY Team #9 coming up in Week 4, as they look to keep the winning momentum going. INDY Team #6 have had a rough start to their season. We are heading into Week 4 and they have only scored a total of 2 goals. George Stolakis scored the only goal for INDY Team #6 to save them from a shutout in this one.  Coming up in Week 4, INDY Team #6 will attempt to get their first point(s) of the season with a match-up against a pointless Ya Motha’s Favorite Team (0-3-0) squad.

 

Monday’s Are For The Boys (4-0) vs. Chelsenal Liverspurs United (1-3) – Monday, April 5, 2021

Brian Wurst fired in his league-leading 12th, 13th and 14th goals of the year to lead Monday’s Are For The Boys to a 5-2 victory over Chelsenal Liverspurs United in Week 3 of the Monday Wells HS TURF Men’s 7v7 Soccer League. Monday’s Are For The Boys are having a remarkable start to their season, recording four wins in their first four games. They are also averaging just under 7 goals per game while holding their opponents to under 2 goals per game. Monday’s Are For The Boys will try to remain unblemished coming up in Week 4 with a throwdown versus Chicago Soccer School (3-0-0) with first place in the League Standings on the line. Chelsenal Liverspurs United really did not have their best stuff on the offensive end in this one, scoring fewer than their average of 4.0 GPG this year. Steven Pruim was the star player for Chelsenal Liverspurs United this week. They scored both goals for their team. Next up for Chelsenal Liverspurs United is a match-up versus INDY Team #9 (1-2-0) coming up in Week 4, as they attempt to bounce back from this disappointing defeat.

 

Chicago Soccer School (3-0) vs. Vitamin O Yeah (2-1) – Monday, April 5, 2021

Chicago Soccer School found itself in a tough battle with Vitamin O Yeah in Week 3 of the Monday Wells HS TURF Men’s 7v7 Soccer League, but they wound up leading virtually the whole way in a 4-2 victory. The win marked Chicago Soccer School’s third straight to start their season. Chicago Soccer School are having an astounding offensive season. They are averaging a league-high 9.7 goals per game through the first three weeks of the season. This was a collective offensive performance for Chicago Soccer School as four different players tallied their names onto the scorer’s sheet. Chicago Soccer School will seek to remain unbeaten coming up in Week 4 with an important matchup with Monday’s Are For The Boys (4-0-0) as first place in the League Standings will be on the line. This is Vitamin O Yeah’s first loss of the season. The losing team still had notable players including Michael Deremo and Ryan Murphy, who each put in one goal for Vitamin O Yeah in this one. Unfortunately, it just was not enough to get past a determined Chicago Soccer School squad. Next up for Vitamin O Yeah is a match-up versus Vitamin O (2-1-0) coming up in Week 4, as they attempt to put this tough loss behind them.

 

Vitamin O (2-1) vs. FC Friendship (1-2) – Monday, April 5, 2021

The Vitamin O offense erupted in a 10-1 win over FC Friendship in Week 3 of the Monday Wells HS TURF Men’s 7v7 Soccer League. Ryan Heaney was on fire on Monday evening for Vitamin O, knocking in 4 goals to lead the group’s offense. Ryan Geidner also contributed to the Vitamin O’s final score by firing in his second hat-trick of the season. Vitamin O Yeah (2-1-0) are next up on the docket for Vitamin O coming up in Week 4, as they look to record their third win in a row. FC Friendship really did not have their best stuff in terms of scoring in this game, scoring less than their average of 3.7 goals per game this season. Mark Madera scored the only goal for FC Friendship to prevent the shutout in this one. Squad (2-1-0) is next up on the docket for FC Friendship coming up in Week 4, as they look to put this lopsided defeat in their rear-view mirror.

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