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The Gary SouthShore RailCats couldn’t get anything going today against the Chicago Dogs as they suffered a 13-0 loss to conclude their first series in 2022.
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After falling silent on Opening Day, the Gary SouthShore RailCats lineup fired at full force to take home a 14-5 victory, the first of the Lamarr Rogers era.
Chicago Fire FC (2-5-4, 10 points) fell 2-1 to FC Cincinnati (6-5-1, 19 points) at Soldier Field on Saturday night.
Despite producing a season-high 18 shots and winning the possession battle (59.2-40.8), the Fire suffered its second home defeat of the season after conceding a goal in each half to the visitors.
Cincinnati took the lead in the 33rd minute when Chicago defender Rafael Czichos attempted to head the ball back to goalkeeper Gaga Slonina but instead found the back of his own net.
The 2021 Frontier League Champion Schaumburg Boomers waited through a pair of rain delays but dropped a five-inning shortened game 5-2 at the hands of the Sussex County Miners.
Though the pitching kept the Gary SouthShore RailCats within striking distance of the Chicago Dogs, hitting doomed them to a 4-0 defeat on Opening Day.