Stars survive test from Arlington to move to 6-0-0 in WISL play

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by Atif Bhatti

ARLINGTON, WA—Less than 24 hours after falling to the San Diego Sockers in the team’s first MASL match, the Stars got back into their groove with a 5-1 win over Arlington on Saturday night in WISL play. The victory keeps the Stars undefeated this season in the Western Indoor Soccer League with a 6-0-0 record while the Aviators endure their sixth consecutive game without a win.

The first half was very fast and saw an abundance of counter-attacking from both sides. The lone goal of the opening half came from the Aviators, who made sure that a power play chance due to a PJ Vargas blue card was not wasted. On the free kick following the blue card foul, the Aviators fired a shot that was initially saved by Aaron Anderson but Momo Drammeh made the finish on the backdoor to put the Aviators up 1-0.

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