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Midway Point With Many Storylines

Alamo City continued the clubs resurgence scoring a big 10 points to easily get the clubs 3rd league win of the season and 90th regular season club win all-time. SC Canada moved into the playoff zone after edging out Gold Coast. Gateway United and Insulani Hawaii traded blows and settled for a 6-6 draw. Capital District won the clubs 11th straight overall match and tied the BSL record for best start to a season, now 9-0-0. The Spartans reclaimed 2nd place in the league table.
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Record Falls for Longest Win Streak!

Capital District broke a 3 year old record for the longest win streak, now at 10 straight wins, after defeating Cumberland 7-4 to go 2-0-0 in the MCQ. The record for longest unbeaten streak is now in jeopardy which is 12 matches without a loss. Meanwhile Hawaii improved to 2-0-0 in the MCQ highlighted by a hat trick from Nikolic. Alamo City also improved to 2-0-0 with a couple of braces from Victor Vazquez and Gio Dos Santos. The Spartans moved up the standings with a big win over Union S.C. and SC Canada got braces from Gashi and Kevin Molino to get a big win as well.

Gunners Take Empire Opener; Now 8-0-0!

The Spartans started off strong and built a 3-1 lead over Capital District, but could not hold the Gunners offense down and eventually became another statistic in the standings. The result gives the Gunners a 3 point aggregate lead in the Empire Cup, and also puts the club 1 win shy of tying the Spartans 2014 record of a 9-0-0 start to a season. We'll have to wait on that storyline since next week is MCQ action. Meanwhile, Union SC got a very rare win over Alamo City to snap a 5 match losing streak. SC Canada outlasted the Stoners in a tight affair. Gold Coast FC got 2 hat tricks and destroyed Gateway United 8-1. Hawaii and Cumberland ran out of time and had to settle for a 6-6 tie.

Suns Strike First in California Derby

The recent additions by Union SC have helped, but still were not enough in the first leg of the California Cup as Gold Coast FC took the match 7-5. Meanwhile, Capital District wasn't the offensive juggernaut its been so far this season  and only managed to put up 3 scores in week 7, but that was easily enough to grab another win and stay perfect since the Mounties were shut out in response. Alamo City had the clubs best match of the season pouring on nine scores. The Saints and Stoners played to a draw. The Spartans moved up to 2nd place in the league standings with the clubs 5th win.

Gunners Stay Perfect

Capital District scored another 7 points, which is close to the clubs average, to improve to 6-0-0 in the league standings. Three clubs are following behind in what appears to be a fight for 2nd place with the Saints, Stoners, and Spartans all playing well. Meanwhile, the Wildmarys were the only club to make any headway in the standings from the bottom of the pack.

SC Canada Scores 9 to Highlight Week 5

The Mounties had 8 players hit the scoresheet including 2 goals from Fredy Montero to lead as the weeks top offense. Meanwhile the Gunners stayed perfect on the season and are now an impressive 5-0-0 in league standings. The Islanders got a very late score from Tim Melia to break a deadlock and earn a 5:4 victory.

Recap: MCQ #1

Capital District had the most impressive display in the first qualifier of 2017 winning 9-0! - Alamo City got a hat trick from the matchday substitute Rusnak to grab a week 1 victory. - The Suns and Saints played to a 4-4 draw. - Insulani Hawaii looked sharp as the club got a week 1 win. - Pennsylvania got an easy win in its qualifier.