|Dilly Dilly||2||2||Mountaineer Mondaze|
|Mowrer(7’), Steinbacher(16’)||Roskowski(9’), Sitler(16’)|
Mountaineer Mondaze’s title hopes suffer another blow as they drop points to a rejuvenated Dilly Dilly squad.
Both Dilly Dilly and Mountaineer Mondaze were looking to bounce back following tough losses in week 2. Dilly Dilly struck first in the 7th minute with a goal by Ben Mowrer. But Mountaineer Mondaze responded quickly with a goal of their own through John Roskowski in the 9th minute off of a rebound following a well struck effort from Tom Flick.
It didn’t take long for Dilly Dilly to regain the lead, as Curtis Steinbacher put one in the back of the net early in the 16th minute to give Dilly Dilly a 2-1 lead. Just 38 seconds later, Ashley Sitler hammered in a goal for Mountaineer Mondaze to draw the score back even at 2-2.
An eventful first half was followed by a cagey, hard fought second half. Mountaineer Mondaze controlled the play for large spells, but a resilient Dilly Dilly defense, proved tough to break down. Despite all their possession, Mountaineer Mondaze failed to create enough enough quality chances and at times looked vulnerable on the counter-attack when they squandered their possession.
In the 33rd minute, Ashley Sitler nearly found the winner as she broke away from the defenders and had a one on one with the goalie, but Dilly Dilly goalkeeper Mark Longenberger came up with a remarkable save. Overall, the result marks a second frustrating match in as many weeks for the Mountaineers while Dilly Dilly will likely be satisfied with a point against a quality opponent in a league that looks very competitive from top to bottom.
Dilly Dilly (0-1-1) vs Lycoming Engines (1-0-1) 6/4
Mountaineer Mondaze (1-1-1) vs ManChestHair United (1-2-0) 6/4