The night began with a rain delay but after the thunder and lightening subsided, The game kicked off about 20 minutes late.
It was obvious from the start that ASA Charge was not going to let ACF Torino hang with them this time. Charge dominated the whole game and only allowed Torino two shots on goal the entire game. Former Torino player Ali Andrejewski started things out for Charge by scoring a beautiful uncontested goal from the top of the 18 in the 16th minute. That goal was quickly followed up by a penalty kick in the 20th minute awarded to Charge due to an unlucky handball in the box by Torino. Sofia Read had a perfect corner leaving Torino keeper Courtney Bembenek with no chance at all for the save. The half ended Charge 2, Torino 0.
The second half started just as the first ended with ASA Charge really pressuring ACF Torino and forcing Torino to mainly play defense. Ali Andrejewski had another goal in the 58th minute as once again she found herself at the top of the 18 yard box with no one around her. And Katie Watson finished Charge’s dominance of the game with a final goal in the 85th minute.
There was no question with a final score of 4-0 in favor of ASA Charge that they are the division champions.
ACF Torino has one final home game as a rematch against Lancaster Inferno next Wednesday, July 16 at 7 PM at Riverdale Baptist Sportsplex.