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GAMEDAY 28: Pittsburgh Riverhounds vs Rochester Rhinos

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REF: Mr. Greg Dopka
AR1: Ms. Maggie Short
AR2: Mr. Luke Sobota
4TH: Ms. Ali Zolgharnain

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*Seinfield image* Rochester! */Seinfield* The Rhinos are in town tonight to try to bore the Riverhounds to sleep. We’re not going to let that happen. Rochester is always a tough match up, but even though they’re currently sitting in 3rd they aren’t a scary team. A tough defense to crack sure, but that’s about it. They’re the mid 00’s New Jersey Devils. Frustrating games to play and watch but you gotta get past them if you want to be hang with the best. Last week was rough, obviously, but it’s old news. The Hounds have had a full week…



Game 27 Recap: Butts

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Woof. Saturday sure didn’t go well. I thought it would be any explosive match, and technically I was corrected, just in the worst way possible. Louisville came to town and gave the Hounds a reality punch to the face. We may have been on a roll coming into the match, but we saw loud and clear the gulf between 10th and 1st.

The Hounds came out strong much like they did at Cincinnati. In the opening 10 minutes they were explosive and controlled play. All three of our scoring threats got a look at the net, but sadly nothing came of it. Once the clock hit 15, much like the previous week, Cinderella’s night was done and the Louisville show began. We’ve seen it a lot this season. When the Hounds can’t get that early goal they start to bunker and flounder…



GAMEDAY 27: Pittsburgh Riverhounds vs Louisville City FC

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REF: Mr. Jorge Ramirez
AR1: Mr. Corey Yerace
AR2: Mr. Darth Newman
4TH: Mr. Alfonso Fajardo

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The boys are back in town for what could be an explosive matchup against Eastern Conference leader Louisivlle. While the Hounds have been on a roll lately, Lousiville has been even better. 5-0-1 in their last 5 games with 14 GF and 4 GA. Louisville is on a quest to cement their spot at the top, and with two games in hand against the teams below them, they just might. On the Hounds side the boys just need to keep doing what they’re doing. The Hounds, still, sit one point below the playoff line and only 2 points out…



Enemy Update: Louisville City (1st in East)

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The Riverhounds welcome Eastern Conference table topping Louisville City tomorrow night at Highmark Stadium with a chance to vault themselves as high as 6th in the East with a win.

Louisville really is coming in to Pittsburgh on fire, winning four of their last five with two of those wins being 5-0 thrashings of Cincy and Harrisburg and a win over Charleston.

The two teams have faced each other twice this season, Louisville winning both affairs. The 1-0 LCFC win in Pittsburgh in May ended the Hounds early season hot streak and the 3-0 thrashing in June in Louisville might have been one of the low points of the 2017 Riverhounds campaign, putting the cap on a five game winless stretch.

Louisville’s scoring is spread out amongst a group of eight players with at least three goals, with Luke Spencer leading the team with eight…