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DMV Gunners go on the road and get first club victory defeating Salisbury Steaks 9 to 5

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The two MASL 3 expansion teams (DMV Gunners and Salisbury Steaks) played on Saturday night (January 13th) in Salisbury and history was made by the Gunners with their first ever club victory 9 to 5 over the Steaks.

The Gunners (based in Carroll County, Maryland) improve to 1-1-0 on the season while the Steaks fall to 0-5-0 after Saturday.

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The Gunners reported scoring was as follows: (information taken from the DMV Gunners Twitter account)

  • Edgar Godoy scores the first goal of the game!
  • Edgar Godoy deflects a shot by Gavin Schiels to make it 2-0 Gunners!
  • Powerplay goal Gavin Schiels ties the game 3-3!
  • (unknown who scored the 4th goal of the game for the Gunners)
  • Vilius Matalavage goal gives DMV a two-goal advantage in the third.
  • Vilius Matalavage scores another making it 6-3!
  • Edgar Godoy hat trick gives DMV a 7-4 lead on Salisbury late in the third quarter
  • Erik Espinoza finds the back of the net! DMV 8, Salisbury 4
  • Edgar Godoy nets his FOURTH goal of the game! Gunners lead 9-5!

Update: January 14th – scoring summary:

You can view the full roster for the Gunners here: https://www.masl3.com/stats#/1396/team/279171/roster

The Gunners will host their home opener in Carroll County this season against the Baltimore Kings (3-1-0) on January 20th in Westminster at the Carroll Indoor Sports Center.

Note: The Gunners home opener was scheduled for January 6th but was postponed due to the bad weather we had in our area that day.

Additional information about Major Arena Soccer League 3 can be found here: https://www.masl3.com/


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