OCEAN CITY- The Ocean City Recreation and Parks Department’s winter indoor soccer league is coming down to the wire with championship games in both divisions set for Friday night.
In the Over 30 Division, DiCarlo Printing beat Atlantic Dental to earn a trip to the title game, while Claddagh on the Shore routed The Misfits, 10-0, to reach the championship. DiCarlo Printing will face the Claddagh on Friday night at 7:30 p.m. at Northside Park for the championship.
In the Unlimited Division, the River Soccer Club beat Brazil in penalty kicks, while Kirby’s Pub had to win two games to return to the title game. River Soccer Club will face Kirby’s at 6:30 p.m. at Northside for a rematch of the 2015 championship game. The following is a quick look at some of the playoff games leading up to the championships:
• DiCarlo Printing 6- Atlantic Dental 2: Rick Coker and Pat Spicer each scored two goals to lead DiCarlo, while Kenny Kunie and Dave Lapubianco each scored single goals. Dan Dypsky and Wade Fluckey each scored for Atlantic Dental.
• Kirby’s Pub 13- Club Xela 8: Leslie Umuma scored four goals and Larry Cornish added three to lead Kirby’s. Tanner East, Colby Bounds and Pat Spice each scored two goals. Club Xela was led by Marvin Hererra, who scored three goals.
• Sunsations 8- The Cure 5: Tomas Medina went off with four goals, while Michael Cericola scored two. Jamie Greenwood and Karim Olguin each scored once for Sunsations. Gavin Townsend and Trae Pinto each scored twice for The Cure, while Jason Stitely scored one goal.
• River Soccer Club 3- Brazil 2: River Soccer Club beat Brazil in penalty kicks to advance to the title game. Brandt Mais and Daniel Garza each scored for River, while Kevin Alvarado and Jose Netto scored for Brazil.
• Kirby’s 12- Sunsations 4: Umuma scored four goals and Colby Bounds and Shaun Bounds each scored three goals for Kirby’s. karim Olguin led Sunsations with two goals, while Dan Todor and Marius Ispas each added single tallies.
• Kirby’s 6- Brazil 4: Shaun Bounds scored three goals, while Umuma and Cornish each added single tallies. Tito Vasquez led Brazil with two goals, while Alvarado and Altieres Sousa each scored one goal.