The Dream (5-0-1) vs. INDY Team #3 (2-3) – Wednesday, March 11, 2020
Grabbing the same result as they did earlier in the year, The Dream won the rematch against INDY Team #3. This game finished with a final score of 7-4. Despite the loss, INDY Team #3 has been doing great on offense so far, with a total of 25 goals. The losing team still had notable players including Noe Soriano, who kicked two goals for INDY Team #3. Ben Slupecki leads The Dream this season in scoring and added to their stats this week with 3 goals bringing Ben Slupecki’s personal total to 8. Ben Slupecki racked up a hat trick to help get the club the win. The Invincible Super Winners (1-5-0) is next up on the calendar for INDY Team #3, as they look to get into the winner’s circle. On Wednesday, The Dream will attempt to stay undefeated with a battle against JLL (4-2-0).
JLL (4-2) vs. Lexi and the Leftovers (1-3-1) – Wednesday, March 11, 2020
As was the case earlier this season, JLL won the second go-around against Lexi and the Leftovers. This game finished with a final score of 7-2. This was one of two games for JLL. They won both matches, which means they’re officially heating up! Nikki found his sweet spot and scored 5 goals to help earn the crew the victory. Lexi and the Leftovers really struggled to get it going on offense in this one, scoring fewer than their average of 3.2 goals per game for the year. Joe was the star player for Lexi and the Leftovers this week. They scored all two goals for them. The Dream (5-0-1) are next up on the docket for JLL, as they look to keep it going. INDY Team #3 (2-3-0) are next up on the calendar for Lexi and the Leftovers, as they look to rebound.
JLL (4-2) vs. The Invincible Super Winners (1-5) – Wednesday, March 11, 2020
The win for JLL was earned without a drop of sweat since The Invincible Super Winners forfeited. The Invincible Super Winners forfeit this week’s game. INDY Team #3 (2-3-0) is next up on the schedule for The Invincible Super Winners, as they attempt to bounce back. JLL was fired up for a double header. Both matches were victories, which means they’re officially heating up! The Dream (5-0-1) are next up on the schedule for JLL, as they look to keep it going.