2022 Season

 North Texas SC Defeats 2-1 Timbers2 in Game of the Week


Arlington, TX (June 11, 2022) - North Texas SC (8-1-2, 27 points) defeats Timbers2 (0-8-2, 4 points) 2-1 on Saturday night at Choctaw Stadium. 

Game Summary

First Half:

  • 12’ – GOAL (NTX) – Alex Araneda played a long ball towards José Mulato who controlled it near the edge of the box and unleashed a low-driven shot that beat Hunter Sulte to give North Texas the 1-0 lead.
  • 19’ – GOAL (NTX) – Bernard Kamungo slotted his penalty kick to the right of the goal to give North Texas SC the 2-0 lead.
  • 43’ – GOAL (POR) – Dylan Akau played a brilliant ball across the box giving Jamin Gogo Peters a direct center shot to pull one back for Timbers2 and make it 2-1.

Second Half:

  • 56’ – SHOT (NTX) – Kamungo played a ball into the path of Hope Avayevu whose shot flew over the crossbar. 
  • 90’+4’ – SHOT (NTX) – Luis Miguel attempted a shot from the right side of the box but his shot was saved by the keeper.


North Texas SC — Felipe Carneiro; Blake Pope, Alex Araneda, Paul Amedume, Isaiah Parker; Blaine Ferri (Alejandro Urzua – 76’), Hope Avayevu (Santiago Ferreira – 61’), André Costa; Collin Smith (Luis Miguel Cardoso – 83’), José Mulato (Pablo Torre  – 83’), Bernard Kamungo.

Substitutes not used — Seth Wilson, Chase Niece, Derek Waldeck, Mason Grimm, Dillon Lacy.

Timbers2 — Hunter Sulte; Dylan Akau, Michael Dunne, Adrian Ortellano, Dawson McCartney; Ian Shaul (Blake Bodily – 46’), Victor Griffith, Johan Hinestroza; Selmir Miscic, Tega Ikoba (Gerado Duran – 61’), Jamin Gogo Peters (Ryan Zellefrow – 77’).

Substitutes not used — Julian Bravo, Carlos Vivas, Noah Lawrence, Sean McDowd, Alexis Moreno, Victor Enriquez Velazquez, Volodymyr Kubrakov.

Scoring Summary:

NTX: José Mulato (Alejandro Araneda) — 12’

NTX: Bernard Kamungo — 19’

POR: Jamin Gogo Peters (Dylan Akau) — 43’

Misconduct Summary:
Johan Hinestroza (yellow card) – 47’

NTX: Blake Pope (yellow card) – 64’

NTX: Pablo Torre (yellow card) – 90’

NTX: Luis Cardoso (yellow card) – 90’+5’

Weather: Partly cloudy, 85℉

Referee: Josiah Parker

Assistant Referees: Samuel Zamora, Kevin Sanchez

4th Official: Brandon Gardner

Attendance: 1,198