Stars represent WISL with thrilling win over MASL club

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tacoma_stars_800TACOMA, WA — The Tacoma Stars represented the Western Indoor Soccer League (WISL) very well on October 25 as they hosted and defeated Seattle Impact FC of the Major Arena Soccer League, 7-4.

It was the WISL’s first chance to shine against another league and the Stars’ historic return to the Tacoma Soccer Center.

The Stars took a 4-1 halftime lead before using three 4th-quarter goals to beat the professional side.

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Duncan McCormick scored twice as the Tacoma Stars of the WISL beat Seattle Impact FC of the MASL 7-4 on Saturday October 25 at the Tacoma Soccer Center. (Tacoma Stars / Chris Coulter)

WISL Logo - 600“What a great start to our Stars team and the new WISL league,” says Stars Majority owner Lane Smith. “I hope fans can come out November 1st to our Invitational pre-season tourney with multiple indoor leagues represented. Another great night of indoor soccer is just a week away.”

TacomaStars.com has plenty of excellent coverage of the big night. See a match report here, an insider recap here, a match gallery here, and a visit with Stars’ owner Lane Smith here.

WISL clubs will continue to reach beyond our new league for challenges. On November 8 the Arlington Aviators will host a new PASL club, Seattle Sporting FC.

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