Argos Shine in Premier Summer Leagues

first_imgArgos Shine in Premier Summer Leagues Share Richard Dixon played in the Premier Development League this summer (Photo by Jim Hogue) center_img PENSACOLA, Fla. – Argonaut soccer players Stuart McCrory, Nick Salafrio, Jack Salafrio, Richard Dixon, and former West Florida standout Nolan Intermoia have continued their success on the pitch leading their respective summer teams deep into the postseason. Intermoia wore the UWF green and blue from 2004-2008, after which he went on to play for the Thunder Bay Chill FC in the United Soccer Leagues Premier Development League. Intermoia led the Chill two years ago to a PDL championship, netting the deciding goal on a penalty kick. He has played in 13 games this season scoring two goals while adding four assists. The Chill, 14-2-2, won their quarterfinal match over the Michigan Bucks FC on Saturday 2-1, with Intermoia earning a starting nod. The Chill will play in the PDL semifinal on Friday at 9:30 CT against the Kitsap Pumas in Bremerton, Wash. The PDL championship match will be held on Saturday at 6:30 p.m. CT and will be aired on Fox Soccer Channel. For more information visit: http://pdl.uslsoccer.com/home/548156.html Current Argo midfielder Richard Dixon ended his PDL season with the Mississippi Brilla FC after falling in the PDL Southern Conference Championship Match to the Laredo Heat FC on Saturday. The game finished tied 2-2 in part to a 116 minute Heat goal. The Heat took their momentum into the penalty shootout coming away victorious 7-6. Dixon played in 10 games for the Brilla, 13-2-3, this season tallying 870 minutes on the pitch. Freshman keeper McCrory and the sophomore Salafrio twins rode an eight game winning streak, knocking off the top two seeds at the National Championship, to capture the National Premier Soccer League Championship over the Hollywood United FC 3-2. McCrory and Nick Salafrio picked up a start in the championship game while Jack contributed off the bench for the Jacksonville United FC. Pat Cannon, a former UWF soccer player and current West Florida Hall of Fame member, serves at the United’s head coach.McCrory, Dixon, and the Salafrio’s are aspiring to reach the heights of former Argonaut Keith Savage who plays for FC Tampa Bay of the North American Soccer league, which is one level below Major League Soccer. Savage has played in 16-of-18 games, starting in 14, tallying 1,208 minutes this season. FCTB ranks 5th in the NASL and is scheduled to play their next match Saturday August 6, 2011 at 6:30 CT against the Atlanta Silverbacks FC. The Match will be streamed live on www.fctampabay.com.For information on UWF men’s soccer and for information on all UWF Athletics, visit www.GoArgos.com. Print Friendly Versionlast_img read more


St. John’s Football Routs Gustavus

first_img Auto (360p) 360p 720p HD The St. John’s football team routed Gustavus in St. Peter 56-10 today.  The Johnnies rolled up 437 yards of total offense led by Ben Alvord with 221 yards and 3 touchdowns.  Evan Clark led the Johnnies with 4 catches for 94 yards and a touchdown.  Both Matt Miller and Will Gillach had TD receptions for St. John’s.  Gillach, Adam Essler, Zach Sundly, Dusty Krueger each had rushing scored for the Johnnies.  Krueger scored twice on the ground.St. John’s improves to 7-1 and will host Hamline November 5th in their last home game of the season. About Connatix V56892 Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE Skip 1/1 1080p HD About Connatix V56892last_img read more