North Texas SC Snaps Seven-Recreation Winless Streak by Downing Timbers2 4-0 at House


Herbert Endeley scored his third purpose of the season

Ahead José Mulato registered his second brace of the yr

Tomas Pondeca scored his first skilled purpose

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Arlington, TX (July 29, 2023) – North Texas SC (6-9-6, 25 factors) crush Timbers2 (8-11-0, 24 factors) 4-0 to finish a seven-game winless streak on Saturday night time at Choctaw Stadium.


Interim head coach John Gall earned his first win of the season as the pinnacle coach. Gall was appointed interim head coach on July 17. It’s also North Texas’ first and solely win for the month of July.


With tonight’s 4-0 win over Timbers2, North Texas SC snapped a seven-game winless streak. The membership held a 0-5-2 file in that stretch. The final time NTSC earned a win was towards LAFC2 at Choctaw Stadium on June 4.


The four-goal efficiency in tonight’s 4-0 win over Timbers2 marks the second time this season the membership has scored 4 targets, doing so twice in house victories. North Texas was led by ahead José Mulato (52’, 56’) who scored a brace, alongside targets from teammates Herbert Endeley (38’) and Tomas Pondeca (90′ +1’).


North Texas SC visits MNUFC2 on Saturday, August 5 at Nationwide Sports activities Middle. The match kicks off at 7:00PM CT and shall be streamed on


North Texas SC — Antonio Carrera; Tyshawn Rose (Manuel Caicedo – 25’), Nolan Norris, Henri Santos, Yeicar Perlaza (Diego Pepi – 77’; Carl Sainté (Alejandro Araneda – 70’), André Costa, Diego García; Hope Avayevu (Tomas Pondeca – 70’), José Mulato (Pablo Torre – 70’), Herbert Endeley.

Substitutes not used — Michael Webber, Dylan Lacy, Jared Salazar, Nayrobi Vargas.

Timbers2 — Hunter Sulte; Jaden Jones-Riley, Keesean Ferdinand, Adrian Ortellano (Tyler Clegg –71’), Julian Bravo, Justin Rasmussen (Tega Ikoba – 62’); Noel Caliskan (Victor Enriquez – 71’), Victor Griffith, Diego Gutierrez (Ryan Zellefrow – 82’), Florián Monzón, Josh Penn (Blake Pope – 62’).

Substitutes not used — Ryan Bilichuk, Tristan Weber, Ian Shaul, Michael Dunne.

Scoring Abstract:

NTX: Herbert Endeley (Carl Sainté) – 38’

NTX: José Mulato (Yeicar Perlaza) – 52’

NTX: José Mulato (Diego García) – 56’

NTX: Tomas Pondeca (Pablo Torre) – 90’+1’

Misconduct Abstract:

NTX: Henri Santos (warning) — 33’

POR: Adrian Ortellano (warning) — 45’ +3’

POR: Florián Monzón (warning) — 72’

POR: Keesean Ferdinand (warning) — 81’

Climate: Sunny, 97°F

Attendance: 1,012

Publish Recreation Quotes

Interim Head Coach John Gall

On tonight’s end result…

“Tonight I noticed a a lot hungrier workforce. Final week we performed rather well however didn’t fairly get the end result we needed. This week the proof was within the pudding, numerous the issues we did in coaching got here to fruition. A whole lot of credit score goes to the boys, they’ve sacrificed and put themselves in nice conditions bodily, so all credit score goes to them tonight.”

On the type of play…

“The mantra and DNA of FC Dallas and North Texas is to be aggressive with and with out the ball. We need to possess the ball as a lot as we will and get better the ball rapidly to make issues tough for the opponent. Tonight we made it actually tough for the opponents, and we have been capable of get the targets. I’m actually happy with the boys for doing the issues we’re asking them to do. It’s not simple taking part in in 105-degree warmth and making all these runs giving most effort. On the finish of the day these are the rules we’re all about at this membership and we’ll proceed to push ahead towards the playoffs.”

On the brand new followers from El Classico…