by Dareny Barajas



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For immediate release 

December 20th, 2018 


(TURLOCK, CA., December 20th, 2018)— This Saturday The Turlock Express (0-3) will come face to face with the Ontario Fury (3-0) for the second time this season at home to kick off a 3 week game rivalry. The Match is scheduled for kickoff at 5pm at Turlock Indoor with Tickets available for purchase at 


The Express are coming in after a shut out last friday against the RGV Barracudas while the Fury enter with a perfect 3-0 record, first in our Pacific Division. 


Turlock will be in search of their first win of the season as they look for a different outcome this time around against Ontario. Their last encounter resulted in a 11-2 lost for Turlock and quite the victory for the Fury. 


The Fury is lead by Adrien Perez who has a total of 12 goals in a 3 game stand. Juan Carlos Gonzalez has 5 goals and has been fairly present up top at well. The man in the box, Chris Toth has also shown to be a huge asset for the Fury only allowing 6 goals from the 42 shots made on him in the 3 games he has played so far. 


The Express will look towards Ivan Campos who did not play against the Fury on their first encounter to make some magic up top. Ernesto Luna who has been a helpful source will be one to watch as well. 


Saturday’s match will also be The Express toy drive. Fans are encouraged to donate a toy for their toy drive in hopes of beating last years donation. Doors will open at 4pm for the public . 


If you can’t come out to watch the game live, it will be available for viewing on MASLtv on 


As always, Follow the Express on all social media platforms to stay connected with the team’s weekly news and game updates. Live Stats for any match can be found at




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