Wild Bill's kept its perfect record in the men's division of the 2012 Saipan Soccer School Summer Futsal League after whipping Shirley's Coffee Shop, 15-1, last Friday at the TSL Sports Complex in Gualo Rai.
The streaking Wild Bill's is undefeated in six games to boost its title bid, while Shirley's fell to a 1-0-5 win-draw-loss record to drop to the last spot in the five-team field.
Jack Thoensaket was business as usual for Wild Bill's last weekend, as he exploded for six goals. Adul Detdon and Tanapon Unsa added three apiece, while Konkoed and Kai Khamka contributed two and one, respectively.
Thoensaket drained four of his total goals in the first half, while Konkoed and Unsa made two and one, as Wild Bill's opened a big 7-0 advantage.
Shirley's avoided a shutout when Taro Goto scored in the second half, while Wild Bill's was still at it, adding eight more goals. Detdon stole the thunder from Thoensaket in the second half with the former making a hat-trick against the latter's two goals. Unsa had a pair of goals, too, in the second half, while Khamka also lit up the scoreboard in the final frame.
Wild Bill's has one more game left in the double-round robin league and was scheduled to face the second-running Godfather's last night. A win over Godfather's (6-0-1) will ensure Wild Bill's the men's championship.
Wild Bill's 3, Baked Girls 0
Wild Bill's had twin celebrations last Friday, as it also prevailed in the women's division, beating Baked Girls.
Sara Allen nailed two goals for Wild Bill's while Bunrung Brasuell made the other goal. Wild Bill's now has 5-2-1 record to tie Shirley's in first place in the women's division. Baked Girls, which a few weeks ago had the lead, fell to third place with its 3-1-4 slate, two wins behind the second-running Xerox (5-1-3). IT&E Awesome (3-1-5) and Mellow Yellow (0-1-7) complete the women's field, which also has a double-round robin format.
The winner of the women's league will be the No. 1 finisher in the team standings after 10 games.
Thundercats 7, Mean Machine 3
The Thundercats had a repeat against Mean Machine in the lone boys U18 match played last weekend.
Four players scored for the Thundercats for a fitting follow-up of their 10-1 demolition of Mean Machine last week. The Thundercats improved to a 4-0-3 record and remain in second place behind the unbeaten Astig Futsal (6-0-0). Mean Machine has yet to win in eight games to stay in last place behind the third-ranked IT&E (3-0-2).
Zhi Peng Lin led the Thundercats' back-to-back wins with his hat-trick, while Timothy Tawanpiy had a pair of goals, and Makani Gramlich and Don Cabrera chipped in one each.
Mean Machine got one goal each from Mark King and Dale Ballesteros to stay in the game at the break, 2-3. However, only Angelo Guevarra scored in the second half and Mean's Machine's drought continued.