Heads up! Recreational soccer team starts season with 2 wins
The Pandora’s Boxers may have ended last summer’s games by only landing a spot in the fourth division, but so far this year the co-eds are undefeated after 2 wins against Metairie teams - and the season has just begun!
|Photo by Amanda Breaux|
WHOA! Nice shot and those socks rock!
But it didn’t take long for the red shirts to score a goal and when they did - there was no stopping them.
The Pandora’s Boxers scored eight goals to their opponent’s one, ending the game 8-1.
In the end, the co-ed soccer team made up primarily of Dow Chemical employees and their friends and families definitely gave the Rockstars something to sing about - er - well - cry about.
The Pandora’s Boxers’ second match up was against yet another Metairie team, and they won 6-3.
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