Red Wolves SC Win 3-2 Over Tormenta FC

Saturday, April 20, 2019

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC (2-2-0) defeated standing league leader South Georgia Tormenta FC (2-1-2) 3-2 in the first-ever meeting between the two clubs at David Stanton Field Saturday night.

The first 16 minutes of the match saw three goals for the Red Wolves, with midfielder Steven
Beattie netting two. Beattie found the net eight minutes into the match followed by Eamon Zayed
in the eleventh. Six Minutes later, it was Beattie again, in the seventeeth, giving the Red Wolves
a 3-0 lead going into halftime.

Late second half goals by Tormenta’s William Conner Antley (74’) and Christopher Hellman
(88’) quickly closed the gap, but the Red Wolves held on to secure the club’s second-ever home
victory.

Chattanooga Red Wolves SC returns to a week of training before hitting the road to Richmond,
Virginia to face Richmond Kickers on Saturday, April 27 at City Stadium.

The Red Wolves will return home to face Forward Madison FC on Saturday, May 11 for the
second meeting between the two clubs. 


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