Tagg’s, sporting three of the top five scorers, sits atop the men’s Borderland soccer league standings at the midway point of the season.
Tagg’s has 21 points so far—nine ahead of second-place AAA. Nova is just three back of AAA with nine points, followed by ITS (six points) and Gillons’ (zero).
Mike Webb of Tagg’s leds the scoring race with nine points, two more than Mark Vennechenko (Nova). Olaf Ruppenstein and Thor Ruppenstein, both of Tagg’s, are next with six points while Jeremy Wilson (ITS) has five.
In women’s Borderland soccer action, M.E.C./Causeway leads the way with 14 points—six better than second-place Gillons’ (eight).
The Merchants are next with six points while Tagg’s are pointless so far this season.
Leading goal scorers among the women were not available by press time.