Debate Between Warriors and Tornado Ends in Draw

Photo by John Bolton Photography
Photo by John Bolton Photography

Central, S.C. – Southern Wesleyan unable to pull ahead, as game versus King Tornado ends in a 0-0 final score.

The Warriors posted 34 shots in the game, with Grant Kiker and Juan Sebastian Castro leading the team with six apiece.  Of the 34 shots, nine shots were on goal.  Kiker and Izzy Evans led the team with two shots on goal each.  Miguel Uribe played in goal for the Warriors, posting 11 saves while not allowing any goals.

 

Game Vitals

Final: Southern Wesleyan 0, King 0

Records: Southern Wesleyan (4-5-2 / 3-1-2), King (2-8-2 / 0-7-1)

 

How It Happened

The game against the King Tornado proved to be a tough match from the start, with King's Juan Nabor leading off with a shot on goal that was saved by Miguel Uribe.  King drilled several balls to the goal throughout the first half of play, but Uribe and the Warrior defense fought back to keep the Tornado from scoring.  Juan Sebastian Castro and Isreal Evans countered with putting shots on the goal, but the Tornado goalkeeper, Dalton Gammon, kept the balls from crossing the net.  Both teams kept scoreless, the Warriors and Tornado were forced to play both overtime periods.  Tensions rising, both teams fought to bring the ball home, but neither were rewarded as the game ended in a 0-0 tie.

 

What's Next

The Warriors will next travel to Limestone to take on the Saints on October 14 at 2 pm.  They will remain on the road on October 18 as they take on the Erskine College Flying Fleet at 7:30 pm.