CFC Men Win 6-1, Women Tie 1-1

Sunday, June 22, 2014

The Chattanooga FC men's soccer team scored early and often Saturday night in their 6-1 win over visiting Knoxville Force.   The women worked hard for a 1-1 tie over the force. 

Both games were delayed due to weather in the area.  The men's game didn't start until 9:30.  

The Knoxville team earned two red cards in the game, finishing with only nine players.  

Scoring goals for CFC were Sias Reyneke (2),  Luis Trude, Niall McCabe, Thibault Charmey, Chris Ochieng

Charmey and McCabe both scored on PK's.   

The men improve to 6-2-2 overall and maintain the top spot in the southeast division. 

In the women's game, Kristina Heredia scored midway through the first half.  The force women would find the equalizer late in the game.  

The women improve to 4-3-1 overall.  


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