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February 8th, 2019 



(TURLOCK, CA., February 8th, 2019)— The San Diego Sockers visited the Turlock Express for the second time this season at Turlock Indoor and took yet another win tonight with the final score of 12-1. 


The Sockers entered tonight’s match coming off a 4-2 win from the night before over the Ontario Fury who also fell short to the Express last Friday. 


Regardless of a tight back to back 2 game road trip, The Sockers came in full force with their well balanced lineup. The only main player that didn’t make an appearance on the field tonight was Kraig Chiles. 


This however showed to be not a problem for San Diego as they made sure to control completely the first two quarters of the match with a 6-0 lead over the Express at the end of the 2nd. 


The opening goal in favor of the Sockers was by Leo Oliveira followed by Christian Segura. The third and fourth goals came after two defensive errors from Turlock that cost them greatly. 


In the second quarter Brandon Escoto received a ball from his teammate in the air who in return cradled it down, turned and shot it in past goalkeeper Santos Arteaga who despite the scoreboard had several key saves that denied additional goals in favor of the Southern California team who remains 1st in the Pacific Division. 


The last two quarters of the match, were no difference than the first with Sockers dominating every opportunity that was given and finding the net another 6 times. 


The only goal seen tonight by the Express was off the top of the arc during a power play and was shot in by Arturo Pulido. 


Key players for the Sockers tonight were Brandon Escoto who had 2 goals and Felipe Gonzalez who had a goal and 2 assists. 


After tonight, The Express will remain at home into next friday as they host El Paso Coyotes at Turlock Indoor. 


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