Detroit WAZA capture another "W" at homeNovember 19, 2012 - Professional Arena Soccer League (PASL) Detroit Waza
Continuing his hot streak, Detroit's leading scorer, Tino Scicluna, started the points for Detroit with an unassisted goal adding another late in the game, to give him 9 for the season. Detroit's Miki Djerisilo had an uninterrupted hat trick, putting in three in a row for WAZA (assisted by Nik Djokic, Tino Scicluna, and Co-head Coach Dominic Scicluna). With two more goals by Fernando Gatica (assist by Darrel Quinn) and Dominic Scicluna (assist by Drew Ducker) Detroit WAZA was poised at the half leading the game with a 6-2 score
Illinois made a push in the second half with a goal by current Illinois and former WAZA FLO player, Blake Ordell, and another by his teammate Jesse Semnacher but it wasn't enough to stop the veteran crew from Detroit. "The guys have been working hard to stay extremely disciplined and on task and are doing everything Matt (Johnson) and I are asking of them," said co-head coach Dominic Scicluna, and it showed. With creative passing and play, the majority of Detroit's roster found the back of the net with Ducker, Micheal Grba, Costea Decu, Djokic and Gatica each adding a point to end the game 12-4 Detroit.
Detroit returns to the Taylor Sportsplex Saturday, December 1st to take on Chicago Mustangs with a 7:30 kick-off.
Detroit's home games are played at the Taylor Sportsplex 13333 Telegraph Road, Taylor MI 48180
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Professional Arena Soccer League Stories from November 19, 2012
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