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OCSC Pick up 3 Points at Home with a 4-1 Win Over Memphis 901

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July 7, 2024 – United Soccer League Championship (USL)
Orange County SC News Release

Orange County SC turned in a dominating performance in a 4-1 victory over Memphis 901 FC on Saturday, July 6 at home at Championship Stadium in Irvine, CA. The County Boys had four different goal scorers, including the fourth of the season for Man of the Match Bryce Jamison and the first in an OCSC shirt for forward Christian Sorto.


The Black and Orange started the match with a bang in the fifth minute as midfielder Kyle Scott played a through ball over the top to forward Bryce Jamison. Jamison collected the ball at the top of the 18-yard-box and put it away into the bottom left corner of the net, putting OCSC ahead 1-0.

The County Boys continued to push forward in the 11th minute as midfielder Ben Norris, making the first USL Championship start of his young career, sent the ball ahead to forward Ryan Flood on the left side of the box. Flood fired one to the bottom left corner of the net just outside the goalpost.

The Black and Orange attack progressed again in the 17th minute, as the home team won a corner. Flood sent the ball into the box towards forward Ethan Zubak. Zubak sent a rocket towards goal that just missed wide left.

The Black and Orange broke through again in the 24th minute as Jamison once again found his way in behind the Memphis defense. His darting run forced a tackle from behind by Memphis defender Lucas Turci in the box, resulting in a penalty kick for OCSC. Zubak confidently strode up to the spot to take the penalty, punching one into the bottom left corner of the net, doubling the OCSC lead to 2-0.

Memphis had their first real chance of the night in the 40th minute as midfielder Bruno Lapa crossed the ball in the box to defender Carson Vom Steeg. Vom Steeg connected with a header from the right side of the six-yard box that was saved in the center of the goal by OCSC goalkeeper Colin Shutler.

Orange County SC pushed forward again in the 43rd minute, winning another corner. Flood sent the ensuing corner that found its way to the head of Norris. Norris sent a header into the box that was headed out of the box by the Memphis defense, right to OCSC defender Owen Lambe. Lambe struck a rocket with his right foot on the half volley past everyone right into the bottom left corner of the net, sending The Champ into a frenzy. OCSC extended their lead again to 3-0 heading into the half.

Memphis had the first dangerous chance of the second half in the 69th…

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