Reno 1868 FC picked up six points throughout the week with a win on the road against the Portland Timbers 2 and a win over Sacramento Republic FC at Greater Nevada Field, moving them into second place in the USL Championship Western Conference.
On Wednesday, June 26, Reno trailed T2 by a goal through the entire first half before forward Danny Musovski netted his second goal of the season to level the match in the 60th minute. Two minutes later, midfielder Seth Casiple tallied the game-winning goal to complete Reno 1868 FC’s comeback at Providence Park, snapping Portland’s six-match winning streak. Casiple’s goal against Portland brings him to three goals in 2019. Quakes goalkeeper JT Marcinkowski and forward Cade Cowell were featured in the Starting XI for Reno.
On Saturday, June 29, goals scored by midfielders Raul Mendiola and Sergio Rivas in the 35th and 60th minute, respectively, saw Reno 1868 FC earn a shutout win over Sacramento Republic FC in the second installment of the Donner Pass Derby in 2019. Mendiola is now at four goals this season, and Gleadle’s goal tally this season increased to two. Quakes goalkeeper JT Marcinkowski and forward Cade Cowell were in the Starting XI for Reno.
Reno 1868 FC are now 8-4-5 (29 points) and have the chance to collect more points in a matchup against Rio Grande Valley FC on Wednesday, July 3 at Greater Nevada Field. Wednesday’s match includes an Independence Day celebration that will feature fireworks. Tickets for Wednesday’s match can be purchased here.