See the highlights of the games that were played at Richland College on Tuesday.
TSF Academy 02/03B defeated Club Ohio U13 Green, 2-1. TSF Academy got their two goals in the first half from Bryan Keating and Christian LoGrasso in the 14th and 33rd minute. Club Ohio Green got a goal back in the 62nd minute from Braden Shoaf, but they were unable to complete the comeback, as TSF Academy held on to the 2-1 lead.
FC Golden State B01 Black and Chicago Maic PSG U14 each earned a point as the match ended in a 1-1 draw. Chicago Magic’s Michael Kaczowka got his team off to a quick start with a goal in the 10th minute. FC Golden State waited until late in the second half to tie the game up when they got their lone goal from Cameron Shin in the 72nd minute to level the game
At Richland College, La Premier FC U15 defeated STA Morris United NPL, 2-1. The first two goals of the match were scored by La Premier FC’s Keanu Pessoa and Alex Lugo in the 37th and 49th minute. STA Morris United got a late consolation goal from Chris Noriega.
California’s AC Brea B00 got a pair of goals from Eddy Ojeda in a 3-0 victory pver MUSC KC Fusion Academy. Eric Torres also got on the scoresheet for AC Brea.
Crossfire Premier 2000 USDA earned three points in the standings with a win over San Diego Surf SC. San Diego had a quick start getting a goal from Julian Castro in the 3rd minute. Crossfire Premier answered back with three unanswered goals to build up a 3-1 lead (Ethan Bartlow 44’; Gregory Brighton 57’, 62’). Julian Castro scored again in the 76th minute, but that would be the last goal of the match as it ended 3-2 in favor of Crossfire Premier.
New York SC B98 matched up against Kansas Rush Academy at Richland College. New York SC got a first half goal from Fazl Shaikh in the 32nd minute and the match ended with just the one goal scored, 1-0.
In Bracket D, Elgin Pumas and Florida’s Futsoc squared off in a match that ended in a 2-2 draw. Elgin Pumas struck first with a goal in the 32nd minute from Alexis Flores. Alan Camarena tacked on another goal for the Elgin Pumas in the 55th minute to make the score 2-0. However, Fusoc Enigma’s Guillermo Inciarte erased the two goal deficit with two goals of his own in the 68th and 84th minute to tie up the match.