Oklahoma City FC Scores Three Second Half Goals to beat FC Tulsa Spirit 4-1

Alissa Jones broke a 1-1 halftime tie with two early second half goals to lead Oklahoma City FC past FC Tulsa Spirit 4-1 in their final WPSL Southwest Conference contest of the season.

FC Tulsa Spirit grabbed the early lead when Kaylan Prall scored at the 11-minute mark. Meghan McMahon Black evened the score on a pass from Dria Hampton and the teams remained tied 1-1 at the half.

Jones broke the game open with goals at 53 and 58, both unassisted, to give Oklahoma City FC a 3-1 lead and control of the game. FC Tulsa Spirit had to play the final 30 minutes shorthanded after Ashley Burnett was assessed a red card after her second yellow. Jade Ovendale finished the scoring for Oklahoma City FC with an assist from Morgan McDougal at 89. It was Ovendale’s 13th goal of the season

Oklahoma City FC finished the season at 9-3-2, winning their last four matches but missed the WPSL playoffs after reaching the Final Four last season.

Ovendale Scores Three Goals as Oklahoma City FC Tops Pines 1779

Jade Ovendale scored three times and added an assist, as Oklahoma City FC completed a weekend road sweep with a 5-3 victory over Pines 1779 in Nacogoches, TX.  Ovendale now leads the Women’s Premier Soccer league with 12 goals on the season.
Dria Hampton assisted on Ovendale’s first goal and scored one of her own as Oklahoma City FC took a 3-1 lead at the half.  The game was at 4-3 Oklahoma City at the 80 minute mark when a lightning delay was called due to severe storms in the area.  After play resumed, Addy Guthrie scored on a pass from Ovendale in the final minute to give Oklahoma City FC the 5-3 final margin.
Now 8-3-2, Oklahoma City FC will close the regular season at home Friday night at 7:30 p.m. against FC Tulsa Spirit at Lakeview Field in Yukon. Tickets are five dollars at the gate, kids 12 and under receive free admission.

Oklahoma City Scores Three First Half Goals, Hangs on to Beat FC Austin Elite, 3-2

Pam Caballeros, Jade Ovendale and Jaci Jones scored first-half goal and a short-handed Oklahoma City FC squad held on to take a 3-2 victory  at FC Austin Elite Saturday in a Women’s Premier Soccer League contest.
Oklahoma City FC got on the board four minutes in as Caballeros scored on a pass from Madison May.  Ten minutes later, Ovendale picked up her ninth goal of the season with an assist from Dria Hampton.  Jaci Jones finished the scoring for Oklahoma City FC on a pass from Caballeros and the lead was 3-0 at the half.  It stayed that was until the 78th minute when FC Austin got on the board and became a one-goal game as the home squad scored at the beginning of stoppage time.  With only one substitute available, Oklahoma City was able to finish the win.
Now 7-3-2, Oklahoma City FC moves on to play their final road game at Pines 1779 in Nacogdoches, TX on Sunday at 2 p.m.

Purvine Scores Twice to Lead Oklahoma City FC to 3-1 Win Over Pines 1779

Jaclyn Purvine scored the game’s first two goals and Oklahoma City FC went on to take a 3-1 victory Saturday in a Women’s Premier Soccer League contest.
Purvine opened the scoring in the fourth minute on a pass from Addison Guthrie and the game remained 1-0 until midway through the second half when Purvine tracked down an errant pass and slipped it past the keeper to give Oklahoma City FC a 2-0 lead in the 68th minute.  Purvine went down with leg cramps on the play and had to be helped off the field.  She did not return.
Pines 1779 made it interesting late when Kennedy Rose scored to make it 2-1 in the 88th minute, but Pam Caballeros got a cross from Meghan McMahon-Black in stoppage time and tallied the final goal.
Oklahoma City FC, now 6-3-2, hits the road for the final time next week at FC Austin Elite on Saturday and a rematch with Pines 1779 in Nacogdoches, TX on Sunday.

Oklahoma City FC Drops Tough 2-1 Decision to Unbeaten FC Dallas

Oklahoma City FC scored first but FC Dallas came back with two goals to take a 2-1 victory Friday night in a Women’s Premier Soccer League contest.
Pam Caballeros scored on a penalty kick in the 34th minute to give Oklahoma City FC a 1-0 advantage that they held for the next ten minutes until FC Dallas got a goal from Chestley Strother after a scramble in front of the net in added time before the half.  FC Dallas tallied the game-winner at the 79-minute mark on a goal by Reginal Reyes and held Oklahoma City off for the final 25 minutes including stoppage time.
Oklahoma City FC, now 5-3-2, hosts Pines 1779 on Saturday at 1 p.m. at Lakeview Field in Yukon. FC Dallas is now 11-0 and will face the Tulsa Spirit on Saturday.