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RECAP: KHFC Men Steal a Point on the Road Against Cleveland Force SC

By Kings Hammer FC, 06/09/24, 12:00PM EDT


Cleveland, OH. (June 8th, 2024) - Another week, another high-intensity match from Kings Hammer FC’s USL League Two team. Under the midday sun, KHFC secured a point on the road against Cleveland Force SC.

The game started strong with Kings Hammer FC applying a high press up to Cleveland Force’s goal box. As a result in the second minute, KHFC’s Lucas Scholfeild was able to get a shot on goal, however the shot was blocked. Not too much later in the 10th minute, Caleb Frakes made a brilliant cross to Brock Kiper who hits it into the back of Cleveland's net creating an early lead for Kings Hammer.

After the goal, there was a shift in momentum where Cleveland Force SC had most of the possession and in the 17th minute, a shot on goal was blocked by Kings Hammer’s Jack Moxom. Unfortunately in the 25th minute, Cleveland Force was rewarded a free kick and Marco Rimac made an incredible shot going over King Hammer’s wall equalizing the game 1-1.

The pressure was officially on and the game's first yellow card was given to Cleveland Force's Jake Bergin in the 29th minute. With the added momentum for Kings Hammer FC, back-to-back shots on goal are made in the 42nd and 43rd minutes but both are blocked by Cleveland’s Ethan Smith.

The second half was a real scrap fest with multiple cards given out. Near the beginning of the second half, Cleveland Force’s Josip Rimac, was awarded a yellow card in the 50th minute. At the 60th minute mark, Cleveland’s Marco Rimac was subbed off for Jaxon Ervin. In the 64th the third yellow card of the game is given to King Hammer’s coaching staff Tony Awor. Later in the 79th minute, the fourth and final yellow card of the game is given to Kings Hammer's Matt Dreas. Right before added time was given, in the 89th minute Kings Hammer made two substitutions, Nakhid for Kiper and Murphy for Borgman, in hopes of revitalizing the team and scoring again. 3 minutes of added time are given and in the 92nd minute, a red card was given to Kings Hammer’s Lucas Schofield.

The final whistle is blown after 93 minutes with the final score being a 1-1 draw. Kings Hammer put up a good fight but to no avail in the end.


Kings Hammer FC at Cleveland Force SC

Date: 06/08/2024

Competition: USL 2

Venue: Krenzler Field

Attendance: 45

Kickoff: 3pm

Weather: 78 degrees, Sunny


KHFC – Brock Kiper 10’

CFSC – Marco Rimac 25’



KHFC – Tony Awor (Yellow Card) 64’

KHFC – Dreas (Yellow Card) 79’’

KHFC – Schofield (Red Card) 92’

CFSC – Jake Bergin(Yellow Card) 29’

CFSC – Josip Rimac(Yellow Card) 50’