Houston Dash Make a Statement in Salt Lake City with Rachel Daly Brace

The Dash defeat the undefeated Utah Royals 2-1 to temporarily land in 1st place of the NWSL

Photo credit Houston Dash

Sandy, UT – The Houston Dash earned their third victory of the season by defeating the Utah Royals on the road.

The Dash came into this match without some of their most important players like Nichelle PrinceLindsay AgnewAlyssa Chapman and Sophie Schmidt, who all reported this week to the Canadian Nation Team for the FIFA Women’s World Cup.

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Kealia Ohai Scores the Winning Goal for Houston Dash

The Dash stun Orlando Pride early in the game and secure their first win at home this season.

Photo credit: Michael J. Cox/Keeper Notes

Houston, TX – The Houston Dash hosted Orlando Pride looking to recover from last week’s loss against the North Carolina Courage. Tonight’s match was also important for the Houston Dash as some of their players would be traveling to join their national teams for the FIFA Women’s World Cup during the next couple of days.

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RGVFC Stun 1st Placed Portland Timbers 2 on the Road

With goals from Wilmer Cabrera Jr. and Carlos Small, the Toros extend their unbeaten streak to 5

Portland, OR – RGVFC made a statement tonight to the rest of the USL, do not sleep on the men from the Rio Grande Valley. Gerson Echeverry‘s team stepped foot on Merlo Field and took away the three points from 1st placed Portland Timbers 2.

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Houston Dynamo Earn Three Points, First Clean Sheet Against Columbus Crew

Mauro Manotas paved the way early, but the defense shined in the Dynamo’s 2-0 win

By Edson J. Ochoa

Houston, TX – Unfazed by their first loss of the season last week against the LA Galaxy, the Houston Dynamo continue to show that they are a force to be reckoned with this season after defeating the Columbus Crew 2-0 at BBVA Compass Stadium.

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Despite Salazar’s Heroics, RGVFC Drop Two Points at LA Galaxy II

The Belizean forward scores a hat trick, but Los Dos salvage a draw in the last seconds of the match

By Edson J. Ochoa

Carson, CA – RGVFC was looking at a rough schedule coming into tonight’s match. After their 5-2 win over Las Vegas Lights on Saturday, the Toros would have to travel to Los Angeles to play against an explosive LA Galaxy II.

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Down In The Valley – RGV vs SAC (9/13/17)

As many of you have noticed, I have become more involved with The Peel Podcast’s Down in the Valley segment alongside Dynamo Theory writer, Carson A. Merk. We are proud to state that The Peel is the only Houston Dynamo podcast that talks about RGVFC and Brazos Valley Cavalry. You can watch us live every Wednesday on Youtube at 7pm.

Houston Dynamo Defeat San Jose 3-0 at Home

The Dynamo are currently on top of the Western Conference with 37 points.

By: Edson J. Ochoa | @EOchoa_8 & @CargaNaranjaRGV

The Dynamo returned to BBVA Compass Stadium tonight with a real opportunity to clinch the top position in the highly contested Western Conference of the MLS. However, they would have to do so without their leading assister Alex Lima, who was given a red card in last week’s tie against Real Salt Lake.

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Pardon the long absence…

First of all, I would like to apologize to my followers for being absent for so long on both Youtube and on my blog. These past couple of weeks have been very exhausting but fulfilling in my personal life. As many may recall from my twitter, I was in the process of being interviewed for a job in Houston, Texas. I am proud to say that I was hired for the position, and as a result, I had to begin my preparations for the move to a completely new environment. This pretty much reduced the time available to watch and write about RGVFC for La Carga Naranja or upload the Toros FIFA 16 Career Mode videos for my youtube channel. 

I would like to take the time to everyone who sent their best wishes on twitter on personally. I would love to give a shoutout to Justin, Josh, and Sean at The Peel for helping me feel welcome in Houston’s soccer world. I would also give a huge shoutout to my extended family in Houston for keeping me in their thoughts and checking up on my welfare. But most importantly, a HUGE thank you to my parents and sister for their wonderful support all these years. 

Having said this, once I get internet set up in my apartment, I should be able to get back on track with the content you love. It hasn’t been a good season for the Toros but hopefully we can turn this around just in time to make the playoffs. I will also now be covering more Dynamo and Dash material as well so be prepared for that. Until next time, take care and #ForeverOrange.
-Edson Javier Ochoa


RGVFC Lose To Sacramento in Second Game at Papa Murphy’s Park

“Anything that can go wrong will go wrong.” -Murphy’s Law.

By: Edson J. Ochoa | @EOchoa_8 & @CargaNaranjaRGV

Disclaimer: Any opinions written on this article are my own and do not necessarily reflect the views of RGVFC, their staff, The Stampede Supporter’s Group, or any other persons related to the team.

Humiliation. If there was one word to describe Wednesday’s game against Sacramento, this would be it. Sacramento made RGVFC’s defense look like a Sunday League team. The ease at which the front three attackers for Sacramento created and finished opportunities in front of Angoitia’s goal was troubling to say the least.

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