Tag: Sunday Coed

Sunday Coed League: Week 4 Recap

The Sunday Coed League at Akron Indoor soccer saw some exciting action in week 4, as teams battled for the top spots in the standings. Here are the highlights of the games:

Chill FC vs A Really Bad Team

Chill FC maintained their perfect record with a 9-6 win over A Really Bad Team, who put up a spirited fight despite their name. Chill FC scored four goals in the first half, with Alex and Mia each netting a brace. A Really Bad Team responded with three goals of their own, courtesy of SamKelly, and Ryan. The second half was more evenly matched, as both teams scored five goals each. Chill FC’s Leo scored a hat-trick, while Zoe and Max added one goal each. A Really Bad Team’s Chris also scored a hat-trick, while Taylor and Jordan chipped in with one goal each. The final score was 9-6 in favor of Chill FC, who remain at the top of the table with 12 points.

[REDACTED] vs Nameless

Nameless bounced back from their loss in week 3 with a dominant 16-6 win over [REDACTED], who are still looking for their first win of the season. Nameless took control of the game from the start, scoring eight goals in the first half, with Jesse and Riley each scoring three goals, and Casey and Drew each scoring one goal. [REDACTED] managed to score two goals in the first half, thanks to Pat and Lee. The second half was more of the same, as Nameless scored another eight goals, with Jesse completing his double hat-trick, and RileyCasey, and Drew each scoring one more goal. [REDACTED] scored four goals in the second half, with Pat scoring two more goals, and Lee and Alexis each scoring one goal. The final score was 16-6 in favor of Nameless, who move up to the third place with six points.

Team Dauberman vs Merica

Merica extended their winning streak to two games with an 8-5 win over Team Dauberman, who suffered their second consecutive loss. Merica scored five goals in the first half, with Logan scoring two goals, and AveryParker, and Reese each scoring one goal. Team Dauberman scored two goals in the first half, with Cody and Bailey each finding the back of the net. The second half was more competitive, as both teams scored three goals each. Merica’s Logan scored two more goals, completing his hat-trick, while Avery scored one more goal. Team Dauberman’s Cody also scored two more goals, completing his hat-trick, while Bailey scored one more goal. The final score was 8-5 in favor of Merica, who climb up to the second place with seven points.

Un-Zippers vs Jaguars

Jaguars continued their impressive form with a 16-6 win over Un-Zippers, who remain winless after four games. Jaguars scored seven goals in the first half, with Blake and Quinn each scoring two goals, and HaydenMorgan, and Skyler each scoring one goal. Un-Zippers scored three goals in the first half, with TylerJamie, and Devon each getting on the score sheet. The second half was a similar story, as Jaguars scored another nine goals, with Blake scoring four more goals, completing his double hat-trick, and QuinnHaydenMorgan, and Skyler each scoring one more goal. Un-Zippers scored three more goals in the second half, with TylerJamie, and Devon each scoring one more goal. The final score was 16-6 in favor of Jaguars, who stay at the top of the table with 12 points.

Zubris vs Arse ‘N All

Zubris secured their third win of the season with an 11-3 win over Arse ‘N All, who are still searching for their first point. Zubris scored six goals in the first half, with Evan and Sydney each scoring two goals, and Cameron and Peyton each scoring one goal. Arse ‘N All scored one goal in the first half, with Shawn scoring from a penalty. The second half was more of the same, as Zubris scored another five goals, with Evan scoring two more goals, completing his hat-trick, and SydneyCameron, and Peyton each scoring one more goal. Arse ‘N All scored two more goals in the second half, with Shawn scoring his second goal, and Danny scoring one goal. The final score was 11-3 in favor of Zubris, who move up to the fourth place with nine points.

Sunday Night Coed: Chill is On Top!

In a thrilling night of coed soccer at Akron Indoor Soccer, Sunday’s matchups showcased intense competition, spectacular goals, and strategic plays, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the upcoming clashes in the league.

Here is a recapping the games of the day in Akron Indoor Soccer’s Sunday Coed League:

Team Dauberman (2-1) 14 vs [REDACTED] (0-2) 6
Team Dauberman secured a convincing win against [REDACTED] with a final score of 14-6. Their strong performance showcased their determination and teamwork.

Jaguars (3-0) 9 vs Merica (1-1) 5
The Jaguars continued their unbeaten streak, defeating Merica with a score of 9-5. Their consistent play and well-executed strategies were key to their success.

A Really Bad Team (1-2) 9 vs Serb Patrol (2-1) 15
A Really Bad Team faced off against Serb Patrol, resulting in a 15-9 victory for the latter. Despite their name, A Really Bad Team put up a valiant effort, but Serb Patrol emerged victorious.

Nameless (1-2) 13 vs Arse ‘N All (0-3) 5
Nameless bounced back from their earlier loss to secure a 13-5 win against Arse ‘N All. Their resilience and determination were evident throughout the match.

Chill FC (3-0) 9 vs Zubris (2-1) 6
The game of the week featured a showdown between the two best teams: Chill FC and Zubris. In a closely contested battle, Chill FC emerged triumphant with a final score of 9-6.

Stay tuned for more exciting coed soccer action next week at Akron Indoor Soccer! 🥅⚽

Akron Indoor Soccer Sunday Night Coed: Exciting Matches Unfold as Teams Battle for Supremacy

In a thrilling night of coed soccer at Akron Indoor Soccer, Sunday’s matchups showcased intense competition, spectacular goals, and strategic plays, leaving fans eagerly anticipating the upcoming clashes in the league.

Team Dauberman Clinches Victory Against Nameless in High-Scoring Duel

The clash between Nameless and Team Dauberman was a spectacle of skill and determination. Team Dauberman emerged victorious with a final score of 10-7, displaying a potent offensive game and showcasing their ability to work as a cohesive unit. With this win, Team Dauberman improved their record to 1-1 and will be gearing up for their next challenge against [REDACTED] on November 19th, while Nameless looks to turn the tide in their favor against Arse ‘N All in the same fixture.

Jaguars Dominate [REDACTED] in Convincing Fashion

In another riveting encounter, [REDACTED] faced off against the formidable Jaguars. The Jaguars, with a stellar 2-0 record, continued their winning streak with an impressive 20-8 victory. The Jaguars will be aiming to maintain their momentum as they go head-to-head against Merica on November 19th, while [REDACTED] looks to rebound in their upcoming fixture.

Chill FC Chills Arse ‘N All with a Commanding Win

The matchup between Arse ‘N All and Chill FC saw the latter dominating with a convincing 15-5 victory. Chill FC, now boasting a perfect 2-0 record, will be facing Zubris in their next game on November 19th, while Arse ‘N All looks to bounce back against Nameless in a bid to secure their first win of the season.

A Really Bad Team Triumphs Over Un-Zippers

In a hard-fought battle, A Really Bad Team emerged victorious against the Un-Zippers with an 11-5 scoreline. A Really Bad Team, now standing at 1-1, will face Serb Patrol in their upcoming fixture on November 19th, while the Un-Zippers enjoy a bye week to regroup and strategize for future challenges.

Zubris Edges Past Serb Patrol in a Close Encounter

The game between Zubris and Serb Patrol was a nail-biter, with Zubris narrowly clinching a 5-4 victory. Zubris, now at a perfect 2-0, is set to face Chill FC on November 19th, while Serb Patrol will be seeking redemption against A Really Bad Team in the same fixture.

As the Sunday Night Coed league at Akron Indoor Soccer progresses, the competition continues to heat up, promising fans more exhilarating moments and unpredictable outcomes in the weeks to come.

Introducing the Team Dauberman: A Game-Changer in Sustainability

In the world of sports, a new trend is taking shape: environmentally conscious teams. Enter Team Dauberman, a revolutionary initiative that combines the passion for soccer with a commitment to sustainability.

This groundbreaking team is committed to reducing their ecological footprint by implementing innovative practices both on and off the field. From using eco-friendly equipment to promoting recycling and carpooling among team members, they strive to lead by example.

Their dedication to the environment doesn’t stop there. The team actively participates in community clean-up efforts, organizes tree planting events, and collaborates with local organizations to raise awareness about environmental issues.

By merging their love for soccer with a green mindset, this coed team is proving that sports and sustainability can go hand in hand. They inspire other teams to follow suit, encouraging the sporting world to become an agent of positive change.

With every match they play, Team Dauberman showcases their skill, camaraderie, and unwavering commitment to making a difference. As they continue to score goals on and off the field, they aim to create a greener, more sustainable future for the world of sports.