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 Killabytes (2-2-1) vs. Indy Team #5 (1-4) – Monday, March 2, 2020

Earning the same result as they did earlier this season, Killabytes won the second go-around against Indy Team #5. This game finished with a final score of 4-2.  Killabytes stepped up, surpassing their average of 3.2 goals per game.  Nicholas Kirkpatrick accounted for two goals to help get the squad the W. Indy Team #5 struggled to stop anything in terms of defense in this one, allowing more goals than their average of 3.4 goals against per game for the year. The losing team still had notable players including Steve Pacholski, who accounted for one goal for Indy Team #5. Next up for Killabytes is a contest against Jump (5-0-0).   Dutch Touch (1-3-1) are next up on the schedule for Indy Team #5, as they look to get into the winner’s circle.

Jump (5-0) vs. Dutch Touch (1-3-1) – Monday, March 2, 2020

Grabbing the same result as they did earlier in the year, Jump won the rematch against Dutch Touch. This game finished with a final score of 5-1.  Dutch Touch really didn’t have their best stuff in this game, scoring less than their average of 1.2 goals per game for the year. Simon Bank scored the only goal for Dutch Touch to prevent the shutout.  Next up for Dutch Touch is a battle against Indy Team #5 (1-4-0), as they attempt to rebound. Let’s start with Andrew of Jump who now has the most goals in the league with 11 goals. Andrew found his sweet spot and tallied 5 goals to spearhead the team’s offense. On Monday, Jump will try to remain perfect with a Game versus Killabytes (2-2-1).

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