Turlock look to Bounce Back in these 2 Road Games

by Dareny Barajas


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For immediate release 

January 17th, 2018 

Turlock look to Bounce Back in these 2 Road Games


(TURLOCK, CA., JANUARY 17th, 2018)— After a tough past weekend for Turlock (2-12) they are faced with an additional pair of games this Friday and Sunday on the road. The team will leave early friday morning and arrive in El Paso texas for a league schedule match against the Coyotes (5-7) at 6:35 CST. Sunday they will travel to Hidalgo, Tx and face off against the RGV Barracudas (2-11) at 5:05 pm CST. Both games will be streaming live and available for viewing on MASL.tv.


This season has not been all to great for the Express on the road. Turlock has only been able to secure one road game win and one home game win that has been the only reason a 2 falls into their W record and will be pushing to add to it this weekend. 


El Paso Coyotes are coming off of a tough Loss against Soles de Sonora while the Express come in with a 2L streak. 


The last two times the Coyotes and Express met were at the State Farm arena where Turlock took the win and back in Turlock Indoor where the Coyotes avenged their previous defeat. 


Barracudas will be coming into Sunday’s match with a new addition to their activate roster. 


Goalkeeper Alexis Apodaca made his debut in an RGV jersey this Wednesday night against Soles de Sonora and will be a strong man to have in the box with his previous experience in the MASL. Turlock will look to get some quick balls past Apodaca and secure an early lead to get things rolling in their favor.


Make sure to 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 www.maslsoccer.com




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