SC Toronto moved into 1st place for about ten minutes until the result of the TFC Academy game was known as they beat North York Astros 2-1 to flip up to 1st over the idle Toronto Croatia. MEFC stays in 10th place after tonight’s loss.
Toronto Croatia’s record improves to 7-1-2. Wolves fall to 1-8-1 and would be in last place except the North York Astros who won earlier today have played one more game.
The win moved the SCT Toronto record up to 5-1-3 for a share of 2nd place tied with TFC Academy and Montreal Impact Academy but with one game less played than those two teams. Niagara’s record falls to 4-4-0 for 11th place but they’ve played less than any other team in the league.
The Lynx win again to pull up to a 4-8-2 record–still last in the division but only one point behind Hamilton, Chicago Inferno, and Cincinnati. That’s quite a turnaround since they started the season with five straight losses.
The result brings both teams up to 15 points but they lose ground based on other league results.
Galaxy’s win tonight puts them into a tie for 2nd place with a 6-3-0 record. Astros stay in last place with a 0-9-1 record.
The Lynx improve their record to 3-8-2 and are still last among the eight teams in their division. They started the season with five straight losses so they are somewhat mirroring another Toronto soccer team.
Lady Lynx record improves to 6-3-1 and second place at the moment although they’ve played more games than their pursuers. Gryphons record falls to 0-8-2. They are in last place after losing to preannual doormats Rochester Ravens on the weekend.
The win vaults BCU into a tie for 5th place with a 4-2-2 record. SC Waterloo after a fast start at the beginning of the season falls to 3-6-0 and 11th spot.