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Midweek Madness, Recap 5/24-27, 2021

USL League Two

Monday:

St. Louis Scott Gallagher 2 vs FC Wichita 0:

After two defeats League Two newcomers SLSG gained their first win of the season on Monday. In the 31st minute St. Louis scored their first of the night from a PK by Jack Lynn. Lynn sent the kick to the right while the FC Wichita keeper went the opposite way. John Klein scored SLSG’s second goal of the night in the 84th minute, once again on a PK.

Tuesday:

Kings Hammer 0 vs Flint City Bucks 0:

The teams went 90 minutes to a nil-nil draw in what ended up being a very chippy match. Flint City would be called for 12 fouls while Kings Hammer were issues 9. For their troubles on the night both sides were also handed four yellow cards each.

Toledo Villa 5 vs Oakland County FC 5:

Oakland County headed across state lines to face Toledo Villa and it turned out to be a barn burner of a match. Oakland County scored two goals in a row to open the match with Pliakos and Rizzo scoring in the 8th and 18th with Popovic getting assists on each. Toledo screamed back with three unanswered goals in the 36th, 42nd, and 45th minutes to close the half. However in the second half Popovic scored to goals to add to his two assists, putting OCFC up 4-3. The final 20+ minutes saw both sides trade goals with Toledo scoring in the 75th and 90th while Toledo scored the 88th.

Wednesday:

Dayton Dutch Lions 0 vs Kalamazoo FC 3:

Kalamazoo’s road trip to Dayton was one they hoped would be an easy one. And an easy one it was, at least after the first half. Daire O’Riordan scored Kalamazoo’s first in first half stoppage time. The visitors scored two more times in the second half, including Cyrus Harmon’s goal in the 53rd that made it 2-0.

National Premier Soccer League

Wednesday:

Minneapolis City SC 3 vs Duluth FC 2:

A match with massive implications between the only two sides who have ever won the North Conference. Both sides struggled for most of the first half, however Sidney Warden put Duluth FC on top in the 41st. Minneapolis City’s Mohamed Youssef responded back in the 47th minute while teammate William Kidd scored the Crows second goal in the 52nd. However, Warden responded back for Duluth FC with a 53rd minute to level up the score at 2-2. The final near 30 minutes proved tough for both sides to score as they each missed plenty of shots. In the end Brayan Lopez scored the game winner for the hosts in the 80th minute.

United Premier Soccer League

Wednesday:

Cedars FC 3 vs Grand Haven Admirals 1

Detroit United 5 vs City United SC 4

United Women’s Soccer

Wednesday:

Corktown AFC 0 vs Detroit City FC 3:

A short trip for DCFC to do battle with a Detroit rival. The Corner Ballpark in Corktown, the former site of Tiger Stadium, would see the visitors go on a tear. Sarah Huge’s goal on a diving header and Kenna White’s chip shot over the Corktown keeper put Le Rouge up 2-0 inside 20 minutes. Tatiana Mason’s free kick goal from the top of the box sealed up Detroit City’s win.

UWS League Two

Wednesday:

Corktown AFC II vs FC Midland:

No Reported Score

Thursday:

Livonia City FC 1 vs Legends FC II 3:

Ashle Norling
Co-Founder of Northern Lights Football. LGBTQ, also managing editor for E Pluribus Loonum.
http://www.lightsfootball.com

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