The Chattanooga Football Club played the Michigan Stars FC to a scoreless draw Saturday night at Finley Stadium, which allowed the home team to maintain a five-point edge over the second-place Stars in the National Independent Soccer Association's East Division standings.
Chattanooga FC (7-2-3 overall, 6-1-3 NISA for 21 points) is also home for its next match, against AC Syracuse (2-7-2) at 7:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 2. CFC will be trying to extend its unbeaten streak to eight matches.
Red Wolves lose at home
Coming off Wednesday's 7-1 win in which they set a USL League One record for goals, the Chattanooga Red Wolves weren't able to recapture that magic, not scoring until the 90th minute in a 2-1 loss to FC Tucson at CHI Memorial Stadium in East Ridge.
Juan Galindrez scored for the Red Wolves (5-6-2), who were third in the league standings with 17 points after the loss. Tucson improved to 3-6-2 with its first win in four matches.
Chattanooga travels to face the Northern Colorado Hailstorm (3-4-4) at 9 p.m. Eastern on Thursday.
Compiled by Gene Henley. Contact him at email@example.com.