Stars Down Wolves

(WINDSOR, ON) – Windsor Stars continued their good form with a 4-1 defeat of St. Catharines Wolves at Windsor Stadium, one of three games in the Canadian Soccer League Sunday. Serbian White Eagles defeated Brantford Galaxy by the same 4-1 score and York Region Shooters were held to a 1-1 tie by SC Waterloo.

Forward Michael Lapera opened the scoring with a goal for the border team at 30 minutes and Lepera scored a second to make it 2-0 seven minutes later, the score at half-time.

St. Catharines reduced the lead to 2-1 at the 55th minute mark with a goal by forward Carlo Arghittu who came on for the second half as a substitute, but Windsor extended their lead to 3-1, a goal by Keith Lough at the 60th minute mark. Arghittu missed a penalty for the visitors just two minutes earlier to scoring his goal, a save by Windsor ‘keeper Anthony Santilli.

Midfielder David Kadoic completed the scoring when he beat St. Catharines goalkeeper Claudio Perri at 81 minutes, a 4-1 final score.

Windsor are undefeated in seven straight games and have moved into a tie for fourth position in the standings with a 10-5-4 WLT record for 34 points, while St. Catharines Wolves have a 1-14-5 record for 8 points.


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