Have a look at this week’s Game of the Week featuring team FLY as they take on Lunch Time FC in a Coed indoor match! Despite FLY’s valiant efforts, Lunch Time FC logged a 7-2 win.
The sun was out and shining for the pre-season match between the Sounders Reserves and the Seattle University Redhawks on Monday. Hosted at the Starfire Soccer Complex, this game gave both teams a chance to face competition during the before their regular seasons begin. While the Reserves easily won 4 – 1, the game was hard fought and there was a sense of respect between the players.
For the beginning of the game the possession favored the Reserves, but the Redhawk defenders managed to keep them scoreless for the first 30 minutes. Until, however, Marco Pappa found the back of the net to put the Reserves up 1 – 0. Through the entire half the Reserves kept the Redhawks to only a single shot on goal, which was certainly the most impressive showing of the game. Center defender Zach Scott commanded the field with his voice, telling his teammates how much space they had, where to swing the ball to, and who they should cover. By the end of the half the Reserves had a 2-0 lead, but there were many missed opportunities.
At halftime the Reserves’ coaches told the players to clean up the offense and to work on the mental toughness of playing a full 90 minutes without any mistakes.
A minute into the second half the Reserves scored off a beautifully cross, which set the tone for the remainder of the game. The Redhawks eventually found a way to place the ball on frame and nearly scored on a few corner kicks. Yet the reserves continued the offensive onslaught as Cam Weaver took full advantage of his height by scoring his second header of the game. Nearing the end of the game, the crowd erupted when Redhawk forward Jeff Rose scored a laser of a shot into the upper left corner of the goal. But it was too little, too late for the outmatched Redhawks.
After the Reserves managed to score once more, the game ended with a score of 5-1. Both teams seemed to enjoy the friendly competition as they prepare for their own seasons ahead. Plus, it was sunny and warm outside so it really was a win-win for everyone!
Check out this battle between teams Jr. and Tom Ace as they face off in this Men’s 8v8 Game of the Week. Jr. took the match 5-1.
This week’s Game of the Week comes from our Thursday Coed Outdoor League. Dead Guy Ale and Jedi Knights battled it out in this fierce match-up.
Starfire gives long-time employee, Bryan Iotte, a little sendoff in this comical Game of the Week. Bryan’s PLD squad faced off against Balls to the Face in one of the last matches he will play at Starfire before heading out on a Brazilian adventure. We wish him the best of luck and offer a special thanks to Balls to the Face for humoring us. Hopefully you have all had a chance to interact with Bryan at work or at play here at Starfire. If you see him around, make sure to share with him some parting words! And, don’t worry, Bryan doesn’t really hate beloved League Manager, Steven Dahl.
ECFC and Felon Degenerates battled it out in the Wednesday Men’s B Championship for this week’s Game of the Week. Shots were flying from both sides, but it would be ECFC who would pull out the win, topping Felon Degenerates 6-5 to earn the Championship tees.
Check out this Game of the Week featuring Eagles and Seattle Untied in an intense playoff match up! Eagles would score in the final moments to win 6-5 and advance to the finals.
Check out this thriller of a Game of the Week between Scotty and the Pottys and The Blue Team. After a solid battle, The Blue Team secured the 2-1 win in this Men’s 8v8 matchup.
Check out this thriller of a Game of the Week between Blackstars and RC of our Sunday Coed Indoor league! Both teams came ready to battle, each banking five goals in the draw.
Check out this intense match up between Starfire regulars, Flying Fish and NPFC. These teams regularly face each other in full field coed outdoor, and heated up our 8v8 fields last night for our Game of the Week! Flying Fish held a 3-0 lead heading into the half, but NPFC battled back to win the match 4-3. A great effort by both squads!