This Week in PASL
1790 Cincinnati-Eastern Division Champions
1790 Cincinnati became the PASL-Pro's first division champion, laying claim to the Eastern Division title with a home 13-7 win over the St. Louis Illusion.  In doing so 1790 gets a free pass to the Championship Weekend semifinals.

Twenty-two year old Jimmy Cummings led the attack with four goals and an assist and Garrett Buck added a hat trick.

Cincinnati needs one more win or Stockton loss to clinch the number one seed in the PASL-Pro playoffs.

PASL-Pro League Action

In a light schedule only three total games were played last week.  Stockton built a 12-2 lead on Chico and held on for a 13-8 win after a harmless but furious late Bigfoot rally.  Brian Farber scored five goals for the second time this season.

On Friday Wenatchee welcomed Spokane Soccer Club to PASL-Pro level arena soccer with an 18-7 thumping.  The Fire built a 7-0 lead before Spokane got on the scoreboard.  Alex Megson scored a season high six goals and an assist and Junior Garcia had three goals and four assists.

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Stockton Can Clinch
With a win Saturday at Denver, the Stockton Cougars will clinch the Western Division and  a first round bye.  In their only prior meeting Stockton rolled Denver, 15-5 at Stockton Arena..

The Week Ahead 

Wenatchee invades Canada.  The Fire will head to frigid Calgary and Saskatoon in hopes of picking up their first ever road win.  Calgary is 4-2 against US teams, including a 7-6 win in Wenatchee earlier this year.  Saskatoon is 1-0 against the US, beating Colorado in December.  Overall CMISL teams are 7-3 against their US counterparts.

Friday, February 20
4:15 pm Cincinnati at Detroit
7:15 pm Springfield Spirits (PASL-Premier) at St. Louis

Saturday, February 21
7:15 pm Wenatchee at Calgary
9:15 pm Stockton at Denver

Sunday February 22
6:00 pm TBD at Colorado
6:15 pm Wenatchee at Saskatoon




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