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San Diego Flash stomp the Stompers

SAN DIEGO – Goals poured into the back of the San Francisco Stompers’ net courtesy of the San Diego Flash Saturday night at their home field at Del Norte High School, winning 9-1 and maintaining their undefeated record on the 2012 season. 

The crowd, limited in size, distributed their largess of knowledge of the game with applause onto the Flash players displaying fine footwork, also gave the referees some good-natured booing on questionable calls and jeers to the opposition once it became evident the game was a blowout.

Midfielder Justin Picou, who’s playing his first year with the Flash, scored three goals to complete a hat trick on the night.

The Flash next play FC Hasental in Thousand Oaks, Calif. before returning to play their natural rivals San Diego Boca FC at Balboa Stadium June 16. Their next home game is June 23 against the Phoenix Monsoon.

The Flash are 7-1-0 on the season.



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