SF City will hit the road again on Friday June 9 vs Orange County U23s 7pm kickoff. With a loss to the Glens and draw to City the Seahorses leave San Francisco for Ventura County for a Wednesday June 5 meeting at 7pm and then return home to host Santa Cruz on Friday June 7 – 7pm kickoff.
The Seahorses have a quick turnaround as they stay in San Francisco to play City up the road at Kezar Stadium on Saturday June 1. Kickoff will be later, at 2pm to accommodate anyone who wants to watch the Champions League Final between Liverpool and Tottenham Hotspur (London). The Glens will head down the road to play Santa Cruz Sunday June 2 at 1pm in a rematch of the home opener where the teams played to a scoreless draw.
Barry McCabe kicked off the scoring 9 minutes into the game, while Jonathan Partida and Gerardo Mendoza added to the first half tally to give SF City a 3-1 lead. They never looked back in the second half while Kei Tomozawa added an early second half tally in the 53rd minute to give the team an insurmountable lead. The Seahorses added a second goal but it was not enough as SF City defeated the Seahorses 4-2. The win was the second straight for SF City, while the Seahorses were swept on the road thanks to losses from the two SF PDL clubs.
Flickr set – photos include the instagram posts. All photos by Nap Badillo. All rights reserved.
SF City play out the string Thursday 7pm with their last home game against the Glens in the return leg of the SF Derby, followed by a road game Sunday July 15 at 4pm against the Santa Cruz Breakers. The Seahorses return home to play against Fresno FC U23s Wednesday July 11 at 7pm before finishing their season slate hosting Orange County SC U23s on Sunday July 15 at 4pm.