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CHILL COMPLETE SWEEP

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Winnipeg, MB –---  June 14, 2015  ---- The Thunder Bay Chill (4-0-2) took a 4-1 win this afternoon at the Winnipeg Indoor Soccer Complex and completed a weekend sweep of WSA Winnipeg for a huge six points to Thunder Bay Chilltake over first place in the Heartland Division.

Thunder Bay controlled most of the game outshooting WSA Winnipeg 21-9. Although the Chill had some real good looks at goal in the first half it wasn’t until added time that Sergio Campano Franco scored his second of the weekend and fifth of the season to put the Chill up 1-0.

The second half saw complete domination by Thunder Bay, and saw Brazilian youngster Daniel Farias De Oliveira score twice and Brandon Swartzendruber score his third of the weekend to put the game away. WSA was awarded a PK late in added time to make the final 4-1.

Chill head coach Giovanni Petraglia felt “that the team played much better today, and has been improving with each game”. “ I am happy with finally getting six points in the back to back games and taking over the division lead”, he said. “This is our spot” he commented.

Thunder Bay now heads home and awaits the Des Moines Menace on Friday June 19th and the St. Louis Lions on Wednesday June 24th.

The Thunder Bay Chill plays in the 63 team prospect focused Premier Development League (PDL) which is the top developmental men’s league in North America.



SWARTZENDRUBER SCORES TWO

Saturday June 13, 2015

Winnipeg, MB – Brandon Swartzendruber scored his first goal of the season and added a second to lead the Thunder Bay Chill to a 4-0 victory over WSA Winnipeg tonight.  Swartzendruber opened the scoring in the sixth minute placing a great shot far post past WSA keeper Dylan O’Conner.  Swartzendruber then scored the last goal of the game on WSA Winnipeg give away in their own box that he took in on goal past O’Conner and into an empty net.

The prettiest goal of the night was scored by Sergio Campano Franco when he found himself on goal against O’Conner after some pretty tic tac toe passing in the midfield.  Franco took the ball down the left side and past the keeper, placing the ball into another open goal.  Sean Reynolds also scored after finding the ball at his feet in a goal mouth scrum.

Chill head coach Giovanni Petraglia felt the team played better this evening but feels that there is still room to improve.  “I was happy with our execution this evening but we need to deal with some situations much better than we did tonight” he said, referring to a few opportunities that WSA had that could have ended up in the back of the net.  Goalkeeper Daniel Alvarado made his 2015 debut and made 11 saves in claiming the clean sheet.

Thunder Bay (3-0-2) remains undefeated in 2015 and is now tied for second place in the Heartland Division with the Chicago Fire U-23 trailing Springfield Synergy FC by one point but with three games in hand.  The Chill also have one game in hand on Chicago.  

The Chill led 2-0 after the first 45 minutes.  A power outage just after the half time whistle forced the two teams to a 30 minute delay.  Once power was restored the teams continued play where the Chill scored twice more.  

These same two teams face off again at the Winnipeg Indoor Soccer Complex with a 2:30 pm EDT start.    

The Thunder Bay Chill plays in the 63 team prospect focused Premier Development League (PDL) which is the top developmental men’s league in North America.

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