Tagged: Amateur Weekly Recap-2017

Texas National Professional Soccer League (NPSL) Week 7 Recap

Midland-Odessa was the first Lonestar Conference side to qualify for the 2017 NPSL playoffs after a win last weekend.

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Week 7 Game Results:

Thursday, June 15

Dutch Lions FC-3 vs. Midland-Odessa FC-1

Houston Dutch Lions FC defeated the Sockers 3-1 Thursday evening in Conroe.  Midland-Odessa had a tough hill to climb when Jerry Scholman conceded an own goal to Dutch Lions in the 8th minute.  Carlos Acevedo doubled the lead for Dutch Lions in the 31st.  A late goal by Dutch Lions man-of-the-match Jesus Cortes then put the game away, though the Sockers pulled one back a few minutes before time when James O’Grady scored.

Saturday, June 17

Dallas City FC-2   Ozark FC-0

Two goals in the first 13 minutes from Sergio Lara and Archie Mesa led Dallas City FC to a 2-0 home win over winless Ozark FC.

Team photo prior to match at Greenhill School (Dallas City FC Facebook)

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Dutch Lions FC-6   Tyler FC-3

Dutch Lions FC scored four first half goals, the first 8 minutes in, to dominate Tyler FC and eventually win 6-3.  A brace by Yinka Lawal led the way, with other scoring coming from four different players.  Trailing 4-1 at the half, Tyler FC scored twice in the second half to close the gap.

Dutch Lions starting lineup and Man of the Match-former UTRGV Vaquero Archie Massen (Dutch Lions Twitter)

Houston Regals SCA-0   Midland-Odessa FC Sockers-2

Goals by Maliq Cooper in the 65th minute and Gilbert Rocha in the 74th led the Sockers to a 2-0 road win in Houston.  This victory allows the Sockers to clinch a Lonestar Conference playoff berth and put them in the drivers seat for the conference championship with only two regular season games remaining.

Ft. Worth Vaqueros-0  Shreveport Rafters FC-0

Ft. Worth was held to a scoreless draw at home against Shreveport Saturday. More importantly, however, this score combined with a 2-1 win in Louisiana earlier this year allowed the Vaqueros to reclaim the Texas Trail Classic “horns” (pictured below).  The Vaqueros dominated the first half, but both teams had chances in the second.  At the end of the match Vaqueros coach Nick Stavrou had this to say on the Ft. Worth website:  “You always want to win and I thought we created enough chances.  Unfortunately it just didn’t end up in the back of the net.”

General Team News:

An Eric Blum article on OA Online profiled Sockers captain Andrew Moullin who is playing in the NPSL in-between trials with San Antonio FC.

http://www.oaoa.com/sports/local/franchise/sockers/article_e68587a4-50b0-11e7-a9b5-c7336399e0b3.html

STANDINGS:

South Conference -Lonestar Division

Rank Lonestar Conference Division GP W L T Pts GF GA GD Pts/GP
1 Midland-Odessa FC 8 6 2 0 18 16 7 9 2.25
2 Dutch Lions FC 6 4 1 1 13 18 11 7 2.1667
3 Fort Worth Vaqueros 7 4 2 1 13 10 7 3 1.8571
4 Houston Regals SCA 6 2 3 1 7 7 10 -3 1.1667
5 Shreveport Rafters FC 6 1 4 1 4 7 10 -3 0.6667
6 Tyler FC 7 0 5 2 2 5 18 -13 0.2857

 

South Conference-Heartland Division

Rank Heartland Conference Division GP W L T Pts GF GA GD Pts/GP
1 FC Wichita 6 4 1 1 13 16 10 6 2.1667
2 Little Rock Rangers 7 3 0 4 13 11 8 3 1.8571
3 Tulsa Athletic 6 3 2 1 10 19 10 9 1.6667
4 Dallas City FC 6 3 2 1 10 12 8 4 1.6667
5 Demize NPSL 5 1 3 1 4 8 10 -2 0.8
6 Ozark FC 6 0 6 0 0 7 27 -20 0

 

Week 8 Game Schedule: (Home Team Listed First)

Wednesday, June 21

Houston Regals SCA vs. Dutch Lions FC

Saturday, June 24

Shreveport Rafters SC vs. Houston Regals SCA

Midland-Odessa FC vs. Dutch Lions FC

Tulsa Athletic vs. Dallas City FC

Tyler FC vs. Ft. Worth Vaqueros

 

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Texas Premier Development League (PDL) Week 7 Recap

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The Mid-South Division of the USL PDL is approximately 50% of the way through the 14-game regular season, which ends on Sunday July 16.  OKC Energy U23 has played two more matches (9 total) than all division teams except Texas United who has played 8 to this point.  The PDL Playoffs will begin with play-in matches on July 18, while the PDL Championship will take place on Aug. 5.

Energy U23, who are undefeated and on 27 points (impressive +21 goal differential too), are virtually guaranteed to win the division, barring a hard to imagine meltdown.  It just completed a two game road trip in Texas where the team won both, outscoring Houston FC and Brazos Valley FC 10-2. The race for second place, and if the 2016 PDL playoff format is repeated this year, a place in the playoffs, is still within reach for all Texas clubs. Mississippi Brilla, who along with Energy U23 are the only returning clubs in the division from last year, are 6 points clear of the Texas teams, though it does have a daunting road trip to Oklahoma where Brilla play two straight against Energy U23 during this upcoming week.

In the competition for the best first year Texas PDL team, Brazos Valley Cavalry, on a points per game basis, has a small lead over Texas United, only because it has played one fewer match.  One factor in the Cavalry’s favor is that it plays OKC one less time than the other teams and has finished the season series with Energy U23.

Texas PDL news:

The USL PDL website published a profile of Houston FC head coach Bruce Talbot last week.  Talbot was quoted in the article talking about opportunities the club is presenting for soccer players in Houston:

“We have been in the Houston area for three years now and think there is a great opportunity to unite a segment of soccer in Houston not in competition but complementing the MLS franchise,” Talbot told USLPDL.com. “Soccer is all over the city. You cannot drive five minutes without seeing a pitch. We believe that with the network we have in Houston, we can help shape the culture to one that helps benefit the youth of our community and give youth players in Houston another example and goal to reach in playing for our club and move them on to the next level.”

http://www.uslpdl.com/news_article/show/804505?referrer_id=2242498

Week 7 Game Results:

Thursday, June 15

Texas United-1   Brazos Valley Cavalry FC-2

First half goals, both on penalties, by Rimario Gordon and Emmanuel Usen (his third of the year) allowed the Cavalry to weather a furious late comeback by Texas United Thursday evening in Grand Prairie.  Gordon, who was named to the PDL Top Prospects list for the first time last week, scored his 4th goal of the season.  Flavio Guzman scored a late goal off a well taken free-kick for United in the 90th minute, but it was too little, too late and the Cavalry was able to hold on.

Texas United starting lineup from its Twitter feed:

Houston FC-1   OKC Energy U23-4

The bad news is that OKC Energy U23 scored three time in the second half to blow open the match against Houston FC, played at Strake Jesuit High School, Houston FC’s second home.  The good news is that the Bayou City club doesn’t have to play the undefeated (8-0-0) Energy U23 anymore this season.  Houston FC weathered the storm in the first half and went into the locker room only trailing 1-0.  Unfortunately, the quality of the Oklahoma side showed in the second half and Julio Moncada (who now has 5 goals on the season) scored twice for the Energy youth side in the space of 8 minutes to seal the victory.  Christian Okeke chipped in with 3 assists in 74 minutes for OKC.  Daltyn Knutson was able to pull one back for Houston when he headed in a Ismaiel Alkayali corner kick in the 83rd minute.  The Energy U23 domination was also demonstrated by the 22-8 shots on goal advantage during the evening.

Saturday, June 17

Texas United-3   Houston FC-0

Texas United defeated Houston FC 3-0 in Grand Prairie last night.  Houston FC, who had played a difficult match against OKC Energy Thursday night and then had to make the long journey from South to North Texas on short rest, were outshot 14-7 and unable to muster much offense.  Jackson Crawford opened the Texas United scoring with his first of the season in the 14th minute which forced Houston to chase the match in the June Texas heat. United’s Alan Rivera scored in the 62nd minute and Patricio Botello completed the scoring in the 78th with his second of the year.    United goalkeeper Charles Schober kept the shutout with 4 saves.

Texas United goal scorers and Emmanuel Kiwele in front who was welcomed back to AirHog Stadium           (Texas United Twitter)

Mississippi Brilla-5  FC Cleburne-0

FC Cleburne made the long trip to Mississippi and it turned out to be a tough payback for Cleburne’s home win over Brilla last weekend.  Brilla didn’t wait long to send a message, taking advantage of a defensive mistake when Badreddine Boulajoul was left unmarked in front of the goal and finished a nice cross.  After a methodical build-up Boulajoul scored his second of the night and the season in the 35th minute, when he was again given too much space at the back post.  Three second half goals finished up a rough night for FC Cleburne and, I suspect, made for a long trip back to Texas.  There will be no rest as Cleburne plays again on Monday and Wednesday nights.

Brazos Valley Cavalry FC-1   OKC Energy U23-6

Unfortunately, the Cavalry were also on the back end of a battering, losing 6-1 to an undefeated and very talented OKC Energy side 6-1 last night in Bryan.  Noah Keats scored twice and four different Energy players scored the others, 3 in each half.  Energy U23 had 19 shots on goal and Cavalry goalkeeper James Fetterly needed to make a staggering 14 saves, including a penalty kick stop, showing that the scoreline could have been a lot worse.  Forward Elochukwu Ozumba scored his first goal of the season and the only goal of the night for Brazos Valley off an assist by Rimario Gordon.  The Cavalry played the last 20 minutes a man down after defender Stuart Close picked up his second yellow and was ejected from the match.  In the game story on Brazos Valley Sports by David Campbell (@ScoopSports), Cavalry star Rimario Gordon was quoted discussing the team performance and the teams 11 shots:

“That just means we have to finish our chances. We did good. They’re a very good team, obviously first for a reason. We have to go back to the drawing board, regroup and come again.”

Cavalry Starting Lineup (Brazos Valley Cavalry Twitter)

STANDINGS:

Southern Conference

Team GP W L T PTS GF GA +/-
OKC Energy U23 9 9 0 0 27 28 7 21
Mississippi Brilla FC 7 5 2 0 15 13 6 7
Brazos Valley Cavalry F.C. 7 3 4 0 9 11 17 -6
Texas United 8 3 5 0 9 14 13 1
FC Cleburne 7 2 5 0 6 9 19 -10
Houston FC 7 1 6 0 3 7 18 -11


Week 8 Game Schedule: (Home Team Listed First)

Monday, June 19

FC Cleburne vs. Houston FC

Wednesday, June 21

FC Cleburne vs. Texas United

Thursday, June 22

Brazos Valley Cavalry vs. Houston FC

Saturday, June 24

Brazos Valley Cavalry vs. Texas United

 

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Texas NPSL Week 6 Recap

After two impressive road wins, Midland-Odessa FC is now top of the table in the NPSL South Conference-Lone Star Division.

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Week 6 Game Results:

Thursday, June 8

Tyler FC Kings-0    Midland-Odessa FC Sockers-3

The Sockers scored three second half goals in the space of 11 minutes to defeat the Kings 3-0 Thursday night in Tyler.  Memo Diaz scored the opener in the 55th and Zach Penner followed immediately 3 minutes later to make it 2-0.   Both goals were assisted by Jamie O’Grady.  Elliott Bentley finished off the scoring in the 65th minute.

Earlier this week Sergio Gonzalez was named the Tyler FC Player of the Month for May.

“Sergio has been our most consistent attacker… Sergio is usually the first one to arrive to training and he lives further away than most guys on the team…” Says President and Head Coach Chris Avila. He also mentions that ” Sergio is focused and his work ethic is admirable. I expect big things for Sergio on and off the field because of the person he is.” Sergio Gonzalez is a quiet and humble kid who is always ready to play soccer! 

Saturday, June 10

Dallas City FC vs. Demize NPSL-POSTPONED

Dallas City FC posted a notice on its Facebook page June 9 that announced, due to weather, that the Saturday game has been postponed.

Dutch Lions FC-3   Ft. Worth Vaqueros-1

Three second half Dutch Lions FC goals offset the 26th minute opener by the Vaqueros Hilton Ngwa to win in Conroe last night.  Midfielder Jerry Scholman scored in the 49th minute and then put the game away when he scored in the 79th.  The other Dutch Lions goal was scored by forward Jose Pablo Covarrubias on a penalty.  The Dutch Lions dominated the second half and almost scored twice right after the break, before breaking through on Scholman’s first.

Vaqueros assistant Greer Chavez, who deputized for the absent head coach Nick Stavrou had this to say on the Ft. Worth website after the match:

“This was a tough loss. We came out strong and controlled the game in the first half,” Vaqueros assistant Greer Chavez said. “Glad to see Hilton Ngwa get on the scoresheet. They started faster in the second half and we just made too many mistakes in the back. We had chances throughout the game but couldn’t put them away. 

Pregame lineup photo and images from Dutch Lions FC Twitter feed

Houston Regals SCA-3    Tyler FC-0  

Behind a brace by Diego De la Cruz and a goal from Hector Balandran Regals SCA shutout Tyler FC at KIPP High School stadium in Houston.

Shreveport Rafters FC-1   Midland-Odessa FC Sockers-2

The Sockers won the second away game of the week, despite playing shorthanded for close to a half hour, when they defeated the Rafters 2-1 in Shreveport last night.  Zach Penner, after picking up two yellow cards in a little more than 10 minutes, was sent off in the 63 minute, with the Sockers leading 1-0 at the time off a James O’Grady 21st minute goal.  The Rafters leveled the game when an unfortunate 72nd minute goalkeeper clearance hit a Sockers player and created an easy opportunity for the Rafters.  Despite the challenge, the Sockers were fortunate to get the game winner in the 87th minute when Midland capitalized on a direct kick opportunity and Hamish Ritchie broke the deadlock.

STANDINGS:

South Conference -Lonestar Division

1 Midland-Odessa FC 6 5 1 0 15 13 4 9 2.5
2 Fort Worth Vaqueros 6 4 2 0 12 10 7 3 2
3 Dutch Lions FC 4 2 1 1 7 9 7 2 1.75
4 Houston Regals SCA 5 2 2 1 7 7 8 -1 1.4
5 Shreveport Rafters FC 5 1 4 0 3 7 10 -3 0.6
6 Tyler FC 6 0 4 2 2 2 12 -10 0.3333

South Conference-Heartland Division

1 FC Wichita 5 4 0 1 13 16 9 7 2.6
2 Little Rock Rangers 6 2 0 4 10 10 8 2 1.6667
3 Tulsa Athletic 5 2 2 1 7 16 9 7 1.4
4 Dallas City FC 5 2 2 1 7 10 8 2 1.4
5 Demize NPSL 4 1 2 1 4 7 7 0 1
6 Ozark FC 5 0 5 0 0 7 25 -18 0

Week 7 Game Schedule: (Home Team Listed First)

Thursday, June 15

Dutch Lions FC vs. Midland-Odessa FC

Saturday, June 17

Dallas City FC vs. Ozark FC

Dutch Lions FC vs. Tyler FC

Houston Regals SCA vs. Midland-Odessa FC

Ft. Worth Vaqueros vs. Shreveport Rafters FC

 

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Texas Premier Development League (PDL) Recap-Week 6

 

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Texas PDL news:

The first PDL player from a Texas team, midfielder Rimario Gordon of Brazos Valley FC, was named to the USL PDL Top-50 Prospects list, entering this week at #41. Gordon comes to the Cavalry FC from Marshall University.  Gordon, a native of Kingston, Jamaica, was named to the All-Conference USA second team last season.

Week 6 Game Results:

Monday, June 5

Brazos Valley Cavalry-4   Texas United-3

The Cavalry scored 3 of the 5 total goals scored in the second half to win an exciting first ever home game at Nutrabolt Stadium in Brazos Monday night.  Emmanuel Usen scored the historic first goal at the stadium and the most highly regarded youth player in the Dynamo Academy, 16 year old Marcelo Palomino, scored twice on his debut with the Cavalry.  Texas United goals came from a brace by Miguel Velasquez and Nenad Markovic

Friday the horse joins Diesel and Toro as part of the Dynamo family. (Cavalry Twitter page)

Thursday, June 8

Brazos Valley Cavalry-2    Houston FC-0

Out-shooting Houston FC 21-4 on the night, the Cavalry were able to score twice to win their second consecutive game in Bryan Thursday night.  Rimario Gordon was involved in both goals-scoring the first and assisting on the second by Josue Palomino , started by Gordon with one of the 12 corner kicks generated by Brazos Valley.  In the game article by Brad Cox in the Bryan Eagle, Cavalry head coach and Dynamo Academy Director James Clarkson talked about the challenges of playing 3 games in 6 days:

“I think the scoreline flatters the other team a little bit,” Cavalry FC coach James Clarkson said. “We’ve got to be more clinical in front of the goal because if we could have put the game away earlier, I could have given them some more rest and it would have put us in better shape for Saturday. I’m really happy with the win but a bit little disappointed with our finishing and the wasted chances in front of the goal.” 

Cavalry starting lineup (Brazos Valley Twitter page)

Friday, June 9

FC Cleburne-2    Mississippi Brilla-0

Goals by Stefan Lukic (on his PDL debut) and the second goal of the season, by Chris Escalera, led FC Cleburne to its second win of the season, a 2-0 victory over Mississippi Brilla on the first of its two-game weekend road trip to Texas.  Esclara’s goal in the 82nd minute was a penalty that put the game away (below). Goalkeeper Casey Tilley was busy on the evening and had to make 5 saves to keep the clean sheet.

More fan photos from The Depot in Cleburne (FC Cleburne Facebook page)

Photo of The Depot in Cleburne (Brilla Twitter page)

Saturday, June 10

OKC Energy U23-3    Brazos Valley Cavalry-0

Three games in six days was too much for the Cavalry in Oklahoma Saturday afternoon. Going deep in it’s roster (only 5 played the entire game), the Cavalry were able to hold off the undefeated Energy U23 for close to an hour before conceding.  The final two goals from the Energy came after the 80th minute.

Below is a link to the Energy U23 game review:

http://www.energyfc.com/news_article/show/802251?referrer_id=2614758

Sunday, June 11

Texas United-0    Mississippi Brilla-1

Texas United suffered a tough 1-0 defeat to Brilla yesterday afternoon in Grand Prairie. A 26th minute red card to the team’s 2017 leading goal scorer Miguel Velasquez for a dangerous tackle forced United to play a man down for slightly less than an hour. Despite the challenge, United was only beaten by a strike from Brilla midfielder Thibaut Bourrier late in the first half.  United goalkeeper Adam Zehme saved 5 of the 7 Brilla shots, keeping the team in the game until the end.

Texas United starting lineup (Texas United Twitter page)

Texas United starting lineup (Texas United Twitter page)

STANDINGS:

Southern Conference-Mid South Division

Team GP W L T PTS GF GA +/-
OKC Energy U23 7 7 0 0 21 18 5 13
Mississippi Brilla FC 6 4 2 0 12 8 6 2
Texas United 6 2 4 0 6 10 11 -1
Brazos Valley Cavalry F.C. 5 2 3 0 6 8 10 -2
FC Cleburne 6 2 4 0 6 9 14 -5
Houston FC 5 1 4 0 3 6 11 -5


Week 7 Game Schedule: (Home Team Listed First)

Thursday, June 15

Texas United vs. Brazos Valley Cavalry FC

Houston FC vs. OKC Energy U23

Saturday, June 17

Houston FC vs. Texas United

Mississippi Brilla vs. FC Cleburne

Brazos Valley Cavalry FC vs. OKC Energy U23

 

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Texas NPSL, PDL Recap-Week 5

A light week of action, especially in the PDL, during Week 5 in the Texas high level amateur soccer leagues.

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Week 5 Game Results:

Saturday, June 3

Dutch Lions FC-4   Houston Regals SCA-1

Dutch Lions secured a 4-1 victory in their home opener and took a commanding lead after the first leg in the Houston city NPSL Derby.  A 19th minute goal by Yinka Lawa and a penalty by Jose Pablo Cova in first half stoppage time allowed Dutch Lions to take a 2-0 lead into the locker room at the half.  Dylan Armstrong finished off the scoring with a second half brace in the 80th and 82nd minutes to ice the match and leave the Regals with an uphill battle in the second leg later in the season.  Picture of game action from the Dutch Lions Twitter Feed below.

Ozark FC-0    Dallas City FC-4

A 6th minute goal by Papa Abdoualaye Faly opened scoring and Dallas City FC never looked back, winning 4-0 in Northwest Arkansas.  Goals by Zachary Adler in the 49th, Sergio Lara in the 60th and Luiz DeSousa in the 66th completed the rout.

Ft. Worth Vaqueros-2   Midland-Odessa FC-1

Ft. Worth, behind two second half goals, came from behind to beat the Sockers 2-1 last night at Fort Worth Arlington Heights High School.  Martin Field, Ft. Worth’s normal facility was flooded and a last day change of venue was required.  Ricardo Palomino’s 37th minute goal put the Sockers in the lead before the break.  In the second half, midfielder Jamie Lovegrove took over for the Vaqueros, assisting on Harris Partain’s 70th minute goal and then scoring the game winning penalty himself in the 86th minute.

Tyler FC-0    Shreveport Rafters FC-2

Goals by forwards Lucas Pereira in the 13 minute, Leandro Cid Fernandez in the 34th and Jacob Cunningham in the 80th led the Rafters to a 3-0 victory in Tyler against the winless Kings Saturday night.

STANDINGS:

Rank Lonestar Conference Division GP W L T Pts GF GA GD Pts/GP
1 Fort Worth Vaqueros 5 4 1 0 12 9 4 5 2.4
2 Midland-Odessa FC 4 3 1 0 9 8 3 5 2.25
3 Houston Regals SCA 3 1 1 1 4 3 4 -1 1.3333
4 Shreveport Rafters FC 4 1 3 0 3 6 8 -2 0.75
5 Dutch Lions FC 2 0 1 1 1 2 5 -3 0.5
6 Tyler FC 4 0 2 2 2 2 6 -4 0.5
Rank Heartland Conference Division GP W L T Pts GF GA GD Pts/GP
1 FC Wichita 4 3 0 1 10 11 7 4 2.5
2 Little Rock Rangers 5 2 0 3 9 9 7 2 1.8
3 Tulsa Athletic 4 2 2 0 6 15 8 7 1.5
4 Dallas City FC 5 2 2 1 7 10 8 2 1.4
5 Demize NPSL 4 1 2 1 4 7 7 0 1
6 Ozark FC 4 0 4 0 0 5 20 -15 0

 
Week 6 Game Schedule: (Home Team Listed First)

Thursday, June 8

Tyler FC vs. Midland-Odessa FC

Saturday, June 10

Dallas City FC vs. Demize NPSL

Dutch Lions FC vs. Ft. Worth Vaqueros

Houston Regals SCA vs. Tyler FC

Shreveport Rafters FC vs. Midland-Odessa FC

 

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Week 5 Game Results:

Friday, June 2

Houston FC-0    OKC Energy U23-3

Three goals in the final 30 minutes by the Energy U23’s secured a convincing 3-0 win over Houston FC at Rice University in Houston Friday evening.  OKC Energy only outshot Houston 13-11, but made the best of their opportunities.  Pictures and lineup from the Houston FC Twitter page.

STANDINGS:

Mid South Division

Team GP W L T PTS GF GA +/-
OKC Energy U23 5 5 0 0 15 13 4 9
Mississippi Brilla FC 3 3 0 0 9 6 2 4
Texas United 4 2 2 0 6 7 6 1
Houston FC 4 1 3 0 3 6 9 -3
FC Cleburne 5 1 4 0 3 7 14 -7
Brazos Valley Cavalry F.C. 2 0 2 0 0 2 4 -2


Week 6 Game Schedule: (Home Team Listed First)

Monday, June 5

Brazos Valley Cavalry vs. Texas United

Thursday, June 8

Brazos Valley Cavalry vs. Houston FC

Friday, June 9

FC Cleburne vs. Mississippi Brilla

Saturday, June 10

OKC Energy U23 vs. Brazos Valley Cavalry

Sunday, June 11

Texas United vs. Mississippi Brilla

 

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