Summer 2019 Wed Lincoln Park Turf Coed Rec 8 on 8 Outdoor Soccer – Week 5

TQL (3-3) vs. Indy City FC (2-2-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

TQL were amazing in this shut out against Indy City FC with a final score of 5-0. TQL really brought it, surpassing their average of 1.3 goals per game. TQL’s goalkeeper deserves a shout out for helping blank the Indy City FC’s offense. Thomas Mojica’s hattrick lead the team in scoring while Katie and Brandon scored the other two to help get the team the W. Indy City FC struggled to get it going on offense in this one, and came short of making it onto the scoreboard. Liquorpool (2-2-2) are next up on the docket for TQL, as they look to keep it going.   Next up for Indy City FC is a showdown against #SquadGoals (4-2-0), as they look to rebound.

Velvet Taquitos (3-2) vs. INDY Team #16 (1-3-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Velvet Taquitos were incredible on both sides of the pitch against INDY Team #16 with a final score of 6-0. Velvet Taquitos stepped up in this one, beating their average of 1.8 goals per game. Velvet Taquitos’s goalkeeper should receive a ton of praise for the clean sheet. Gurdeep Nagi and Nick’s two goals apiece spearheaded the club’s attack, while Selena and Jess added one goal apiece to the mix. Next up for Velvet Taquitos is a battle against Retired Broz (3-2-0). INDY Team #16 struggled to get it going in this game and suffered a shutout. Mintel Marauders (1-3-1) are next up on the docket for INDY Team #16, as they look to get into the winner’s circle.

Can we kick it? (2-3) vs. Game of Throw-ins (1-3-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Can we kick it? beat Game of Throw-ins 3-1 in this game. This win is the second in a row for Can we kick it?, and it bumps them to 15th place in the standings. Justin lasered in two goals and earned the most tallies on the scoresheet while Colin Makofka added one to get the team to three. Game of Throw-ins really were unable to get rolling on offense in this one, scoring less than their average of 1.2 goals per game for the year. Jose Lopez scored the only goal for Game of Throw-ins to save them from a shutout. Nice For What (4-1-0) are next up on the calendar for Can we kick it?, as they look to keep it going.   CannonDesign (1-4-0) are next up on the schedule for Game of Throw-ins, as they look to rebound.

Retired Broz (3-2) vs. The Jellyshots (0-5) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Retired Broz were incredible on both sides of the pitch against The Jellyshots with a final score of 4-0. The Jellyshots struggled to get it going in terms of scoring in this one and suffered a shutout. Retired Broz continued their winning streak this week and are officially on fire. Frank tallied a hat trick to steer the club’s attack and Amanda Gump lasered one in to get them to four. The Jellyshots seeks to get off the schneid next week versus SCB FC (1-4-0). Next up for Retired Broz is a match-up versus Velvet Taquitos (3-2-0).

Suck My Kick (5-0) vs. Mintel Marauders (1-3-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

In this match, Suck My Kick beat Mintel Marauders 7-2. Suck My Kick have consistently shown they are an attacking team. They’re averaging 4 goals per game. Elan Ness-Cohn had a hattrick while Nikita Mani had two and the combo of Shahar Sztainer and Hakim also scored two to lead their team to victory. Suck My Kick will look to stay unblemished next week with a match-up versus Shticks (5-0-0). Mintel Marauders really didn’t have their best showing on D in this game, surrendering more goals than their average of 3.4 GAPG this season. INDY Team #16 (1-3-1) are next up on the schedule for Mintel Marauders, as they look to rebound.

Liquorpool (2-2-2) vs. Old Town Road (3-2-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Liquorpool and Old Town Road were really well-matched in this one and ended all tied at 3-3. Old Town Road had two games this week. Perhaps on a night they only had one game, this tie could have been a victory. In the tie, the combination of Matt Ivancic, Mark Amaratunga, and Colin Cleary scored the team’s three goals for Old Town Road. Liquorpool used their 3 goals scored in this game to boost their total goals this season to 108. Drew kicked two goals for Liquorpool to guide the club’s offense while Derek Snitker contributed with a goal as well. For Old Town Road coming up next on the docket is INDY Team #6 (0-3-2). Exiting week 5, Liquorpool looks ahead to TQL (3-3-0) who are next on the schedule.

Nice For What (4-1) vs. Messi Diapers (2-2-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

In this match, Nice For What beat Messi Diapers 3-1. Nice For What continued their winning streak this week and are officially on fire. Benjamin Wallace fired two goals and earned the most tallies on the scoresheet while Lianna Sims contributed one as well. Can we kick it? (2-3-0) are next up on the docket for Nice For What, as they look to keep it going. Messi Diapers really were unable to get rolling in terms of scoring in this game, scoring fewer than their average of 1.6 goals per game for the year. Lillian Chetoksy scored the only goal for Messi Diapers to prevent the shutout. Dribbling Gerbils (4-0-1) are next up on the schedule for Messi Diapers, as they look to get back on track.

Old Town Road (3-2-1) vs. KH Kicks (2-4) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Old Town Road and KH Kicks participated in a nail-biter up to the last minute with a final score of 3-2. KH Kicks really didn’t have their best showing on defense in this game, surrendering more goals than their average of 2.3 goals against per game this season. The losing team still had notable players including Lucas, who kicked two goals for KH Kicks. Old Town Road had two games this week. This was the better played match, which helped them lock in their #9 rank in the standings table. Mark Amaratunga and Hayatt Ali scored one goal to guide the crew’s offense. Next up for KH Kicks is a battle against Sexy Footballers (2-2-1), as they look to get back into the winner’s circle. Next up for Old Town Road is a showdown against INDY Team #6 (0-3-2).

#SquadGoals (4-2) vs. CannonDesign (1-4) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

CannonDesign forfeited and handed a free win to #SquadGoals in this match-up. The forfeit puts CannonDesign in 20th place in the standings table. Game of Throw-ins (1-3-1) are next up on the calendar for CannonDesign, as they look to rebound. Indy City FC (2-2-1) are next up on the schedule for #SquadGoals, as they look to keep it going.

Puppy Luv (3-2) vs. SCB FC (1-4) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

In this match, Puppy Luv beat SCB FC 3-1. Puppy Luv brought their A game, exceeding their average of 2.4 goals per game. Mike Eggert, Franklin Wong, and Rey each scored one goal to guide the team’s offense. Next up for Puppy Luv is a showdown against Velvet Taquitos (3-2-0).   The Jellyshots (0-5-0) are next up on the docket for SCB FC, as they attempt to bounce back.

Dribbling Gerbils (5-0) vs. INDY Team #6 (0-4-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

The 20th place ranked team, INDY Team #6, lost to the favored Dribbling Gerbils (currently ranked 3rd) with a final score of 4-1. For INDY Team #6 in this game, Ashley Rizzo scored their lone goal to keep them from getting shutout. Exiting week 5, INDY Team #6 looks ahead to Old Town Road (3-2-1) who are next on the calendar. In the win, Travis Trainor accounted for two goals for Dribbling Gerbils, while the other two game from Erin Dircks and Elizabeth Moy. For Dribbling Gerbils, they will face off with Messi Diapers (2-2-1).

Shticks (5-0) vs. Sexy Footballers (2-2-1) – Wednesday, September 11, 2019

Sexy Footballers forfeited to Shticks for this game. Shticks remain undefeated this season and show no signs of slowing down. Sexy Footballers forfeit this week’s match-up. Next week, Shticks will try to remain unbeaten with a showdown versus Suck My Kick (5-0-0).   Next up for Sexy Footballers is a battle against KH Kicks (2-4-0), as they look to get back into the winner’s circle.

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