Wild Bill’s men’s and women’s squads cruised to easy wins, while three other teams also triumphed in the 2012 SSS Summer Futsal League’s games over the weekend at the TSL Sports Complex in Gualo Rai.
In the women’s division match last Friday, Wild Bill’s blanked Mellow Yellow, 4-0. Bunrung Bransuell made twin goals for Wild Bill’s, while Pratoom Stoffer and Chuanthip Munthonlang added one each.
Wild Bill’s also played last Saturday and forced a 2-2 draw against Xerox. Stoffer tallied the two goals for Wild Bill’s, while Nola Hix and Manami Tadokoro nailed one apiece for Xerox.
Wild Bill’s now has a 2-2-0 win-draw-loss record in the six-team women’s league, while Xerox holds a 2-1-1 card. Mellow Yellow owns a dismal 0-0-4 slate.
Xerox 9, IT&E Awesome 3
Xerox got its second win last Friday after dominating IT&E Awesome.
Tadokoro was on fire for Xerox, tallying five goals, while Marley Cook chipped in two, and Juliana Muna and Patricia Coleman contributed one each.
Jhumilyn Esposo, Amy Taylor, and Jaime Mendoza scored for IT&E Awesome, which fell to a 1-0-2 slate.
Shirley’s 4, Baked Girls 3
In the other women’s game last Saturday, Irish Pagarao single handedly lifted Shirley’s to a close win over the Baked Girls.
Pagarao scored all four goals of Shirley’s, nailing two each in the first and second half. Terra Allen had two for Baked Girls in the second half, while Ferleen Esmundo scored the other one, also in the final frame.
The loss was only the first in four games for Baked Girls (2-1-1).
Wild Bill’s 15, Go Green 0
In the lone men’s game played over the weekend, Wild Bill’s demolished Go Green.
Jack Thoensaket and Tanapon Unsa teamed up in the big win, scoring five and four goals, respectively. Thanyakorn Konkoed added three, Adul Detolon had two, and Kai Khamka logged one for Wild Bill’s, which has an undefeated 3-0-0 record in the five-team men’s field.
IT&E 22, Mean Machine 2
IT&E posted the most lopsided win over the weekend, as it crushed Mean Machine.
John Taisacan sizzled for eight goals, Sung Bae Park recorded four, and Kaisei Toda and Jeong Hwan Kim had three each. Scott Kim and Frank Jeon tallied two apiece and John Masga hit one for IT&E, which is in a tie for first place with Astig with its 2-0-0 card.
By Roselyn Monroyo