Detroit Waza Flo Repeat As Eastern Division Champions
(Detroit, MI)- Â With one game still remaining, Detroit WAZA has sealed the Eastern Division league championship in l ast night's 19-1 domination against the Ohio Vortex. Â This winÂ guarantees Â Detroit the title for the second year in a row and also advances the team to the PASL's National Championship series.
The Vortex, who have struggled all season, faired no better in Detroit and failed to put any points on the scoreboard after John Zapotechne hit an unassisted shot early in the first quarter. Â Meanwhile Detroit kept the pressure on Ohio's keeper, Mike Mason, firing shot after shot, finding the back of the net on most. Â Notable scoring came from: defender Costea DecuÂ (6 goals and 1 assists), midfielder Niki Djokic (3 goals and 4 assists), forward Dominic SciclunaÂ (2 goals and 1 assist), and midfielder Miki DjerisiloÂ (1 point and 3 assists). Â The win also puts Detroit's rookie goalkeeper, Joey Kapinos, at the top of the league tied for most wins.
"We are happy to repeat as division champs and look forward to the playoff series and getting to Nationals", said coach Dominic Scicluna "we'll keep at it until we bring home a title to Detroit".
Detroit WAZA FLO will return to the pitch for their last home game of the regular season Saturday, February 9th, when they take on the Cincinnati Kings at the Taylor Sportsplex, 7:30 kickoff.Â
To purchase tickets online, please visit our website at www.detroitwaza.com or www.detroitwazaflo.ticketleap.com. Â For group orders, contact Kate Avery at Kate@wazafc.com.
The Detroit WAZA FLO are charter members of the Professional Arena Soccer League, which is in its fifth season of play. Â For more information, visit the team's home page at www.detroitwaza.com or the PASL's website at www.paslsoccer.com.
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