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OCSC Tie First Match of 2019

Ogden, UT- 5/23/19

Ogden City Soccer Club’s Second Season Has Officially Begun!

On Thursday, May 23rd OCSC played their first match of the season against their newest, cross-town rival, Park City Red Wolves SC.

Despite a forecast of rain and wind, the weather held off and the match was able to proceed without delay or interruptions from Mother Nature, and Ogden City Soccer Club started their season with a 2-2 tie.

Goals came fast and early as a 7th minute goal from Jonathan Guadarrama gave PC the lead. But OCSC was quick to counter with a finish by Blake Frischknecht in the 9th minute. PC scored once more in the first half by former OCSC player, Luis Vargas in the 11th minute of play. It wasn’t until the 72nd minute, however, that OCSC equalized with a fantastic goal off the head of Blake Frischknecht for his 2nd finish of the night- Assisted by 2nd year OCSC player, Kaden Amano.

After the game, Coach Eric Landon said of the match, “I have to give Park City a lot of credit- they had a ton of energy for a first game and first year in the league. To get the first goal early and to score again after we equalized so quickly, they forced us to have to chase the game. They came out like they had something to prove, and I think they did just that.”

Park City is in it’s Inaugural Season in USL League Two, Landon says, “It’s nice to have another team so close. It’s great for local kids to have another opportunity to continue their development. My hope is that we can have a healthy rivalry with both organizations while striving for a goal of growing the league.”

Landon also said of his team, “I’m proud of the team for their effort even after Park City’s early goal. They came from behind twice and had chances to go ahead. Going into halftime down 2-1 is never easy, but in the end, we were resilient and patient and got the equalizer.”

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