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RNA Squad (3-2-1) vs. Indy Team (Subject To Change) (1-3-1) – Tuesday, April 27, 2021

RNA Squad and Indy Team (Subject To Change) were very well-matched in Week 5 of the Tuesday Wells HS TURF Coed 7v7 Soccer League and finished all tied up at 2-2. RNA Squad continue to show they are a team that is good at scoring. They are averaging 3.5 goals per game. Julio Miranda-Alban fired in their 8th goal of the season for RNA Squad to help earn the crew the hard-fought point. Exiting week 5, RNA Squad will look ahead to INDY Team #3 (2-4-0) who are next on the docket to close out the regular season portion of their schedule. This is Indy Team (Subject To Change)’s first tie this season and they are currently sitting in sixth place in the League Standings table with one regular season match remaining. In the tie, Milan Tubic and Seth Sattler each kicked in one goal for Indy Team (Subject To Change). For Indy Team (Subject To Change) next up is PFiveZero (4-1-0) coming up in Week 6 as they look to close down their regular season schedule with a win.

 

PFiveZero (4-1) vs. Foot Fairies (3-3) – Tuesday, April 27, 2021

In Week 5 of the Tuesday Wells HS TURF Coed 7v7 Soccer League, PFiveZero had five different players find the back of the net, led by braces from Alexander Wallace, Dominic Pasquesi and Michael Deremo, in rolling past Foot Fairies by a final score of 8-1. This is the second week in a row PFiveZero took home the win following their Week 3 loss to this same Foot Fairies squad. PFiveZero are currently sitting in second place in the League Standings table with 12 points. PFiveZero will have two opportunities to secure the overall #1 seed heading into the postseason tournament as they have two games on their schedule coming up in Week 6. They will first take the pitch against Indy Team (Subject to Change) (1-3-1) before stepping right back onto the field to take on Team 30+ (5-0-0). This was one of two games for Foot Fairies in Week 6. They struggled in this match on both sides of the pitch and ended up suffering their worst defeat of the season. Jessica Belsito scored the only goal for Foot Fairies to prevent the shutout in this one. Foot Fairies needed to quickly put this game behind them as they needed to step right back onto the pitch and take on INDY Team #3 (2-4) as they had the Week 5 double header on their slate. More on this game below.

 

Foot Fairies (3-3) vs. INDY Team #3 (2-4) – Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Foot Fairies snapped their two-game losing streak with a resounding 5-2 win over INDY Team #3 in Week 5 of the Tuesday Wells HS TURF Coed 7v7 Soccer League. Foot Fairies had a double header this week. This was the better played match, which helped them lock in their #4 rank in the League Standings table. Rylie Dalton racked up a hat trick to guide the Foot Fairies attack in this one. Next up for Foot Fairies is a throwdown against Kenosha Kickers (0-5-0) coming up in Week 6 as they look to close out their regular season schedule with back-to-back victories. INDY Team #3 really struggled to get it going in this game, scoring less than their average of 2.8 goals per game for the year. The losing team still had notable players including Robin Tkacz, who scored one goal for INDY Team #3.  Next up for INDY Team #3 is a showdown versus RNA Squad (3-2-1) coming up in Week 6, as they attempt to close out the regular season portion of their schedule on a positive note.

 

Team 30+ (5-0) vs. Kenosha Kickers (0-5) – Tuesday, April 27, 2021

Goals were aplenty in Week 5 of the Tuesday Wells HS TURF Coed 7v7 Soccer League as Team 30+ put in seven goals to take a 7-2 win over Kenosha Kickers. Dustin Mares leads Team 30+ this season in scoring and added to their stats this week with 2 goals bringing Dustin Mares’s personal total up to 7 on the season. Jon H. also accounted for two goals to help earn Team 30+ their fifth straight victory. Team 30+ will try to stay unblemished and lock up the overall #1 seed for the upcoming postseason tournament coming up in Week 6 with a showdown against PFiveZero (4-1-0). Despite the loss, Kenosha Kickers really played their A game on offense in this one, topping their average of 1.2 goals per game this season. The losing team still had notable players including Steven Pelrine and Connor Maldonato, who each scored one goal for Kenosha Kickers. Coming up in Week 6, Kenosha Kickers takes on Foot Fairies (3-3-0) in an attempt to record their first point(s) of the season prior to the postseason beginning.

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