Scenes from the Saturday, June 9, 2018 soccer game betweenBrazos Valley Cavalry FC and Corpus Christi FC at Travis Field.
Corpus Christi found the net shortly after halftime with a goal in the 47th minute and added an insurance goal in the 75th minute.
Cavalry FC bounces back with dominant victory over Corpus Christi FC
CORPUS CHRISTI Brazos Valley Cavalry FC gave up two second-half goals to fall to Corpus Christi FC 2-0 on Sunday.
After having two half-chances immediately after coming into the game, Menke scored in the 43rd minute with a hard shot that went across the face of the goal into the roof of the net. In stoppage time, he slotted in a goal after a free kick by Darrell Johnson was pulled back on the end line by Carlos Viveros.
Status: , Score: 0 - 0, Corner: 0 - 0
Cavalry score 8 for the second game running!
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Stadium: 525 W. Carson Street, Bryan, Texas 77801
[Its the] first time they played together as a unit, and Dupont had a fantastic game, did really well, Clarkson said. We were a bit more cautious and had better shape [this time] and the two midfielders [Johnson and Josue Palamino] had a better game this week in helping protect the back four a little bit more.
Corpus Christi FC's Owain Hoskins (24) tries to prevent Brazos Valley Cavalry FC's Christian Molina (7) from taking a shot at the goal in the first half of Saturday's game at Travis Field.
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Corpus Christi (3-3-1) pulled back a goal on a well struck ball off the left foot of Stefan Lukic in 60th minute.
Cavalry run riot on the road
It was the Cavalrys first home win in three matches and brought them out of the bottom of the table against a team that was tied atop the standings with Texas United.
Bryan, Travis Field (8thJune) -Brazos Valley Cavalry continued their fine form as we ran out 8-0 winners against North Texas Legends. Manager Kenny Bundy made a number of changes to the team, giving players the opportunity to impress and that they did!
Brazos Valley responded immediately, with Menke hitting the post with a shot that was eventually cleared by Dwain Hoskinss scissor kick, and with continued pressure in the 63rd minute, Soto was sent in against the keeper on a pass from Alejandro Saez.
Dugan Soccer & Track Stadium (Corpus Christi, Texas)
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Thomas Menke came off the bench after an injury to Jesse Ortiz to score two first-half goals, and Beto Soto entered in the second half and found the back of the net twice to lead the Cavalry, who are 2-1-1.
Corpus Christi FCs Grant Mobley, left, tries to take possession away from Brazos Valley Cavalry FCs Jalen Anderson in the first half Saturday at Travis Field.
Defender Christian Clark nearly made it 4-1 when his header off a corner brought out the best effort from the Corpus Christi keeper Marco Velez, who had to dive and punch the ball away.
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