Chattanooga FC, Red Wolves cruise at home to continue unbeaten runs

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The Chattanooga Football Club extended its undefeated streak to 11 matches with a 3-0 win against the Maryland Bobcats on Saturday night at Finley Stadium.

Markus Naglestad, Greg Stratton and Taylor Gray scored first-half goals for Chattanooga FC, which improved to 10-2-3 overall this year and 9-1-3 in the National Independent Soccer Association's regular season. CFC leads the East Division standings with 30 points, seven ahead of the second-place Michigan Stars (6-3-5), who fell 1-0 to Cal United Strikers FC (10-1-1).

Maryland (5-5-3), which was coming off a win against Cal United, is third in the East with 18 points.

Cal United leads the West Division with 31 points, well ahead of second-place Bay Cities (4-5-3, 15 points), and will visit CFC at 7 p.m.