On Thursday, September 22, the Turpin Spartans (4-0 ECC, 7-2) were away from home against the Walnut Hills Eagles for an important ECC Matchup. The Eagles had the ball to start the first half and the game was underway.
On Thursday September 15, the Spartans (6-2, 3-0 ECC) took on an in-conference rival Kings. The Knights of kings entered the contest at 1-4-2. The Knights had the opening kick and play began.
This time it was a matchup between the Madeira Mustangs and the Turpin Spartans (5-2, 2-0 ECC). As always, the first half was played mostly on the opposing team's side, yet the Spartans just couldn’t find the back of the net.
Turpin (4-2, 2-0 ECC) opened up strong against Loveland in its 9/9 match up. There was a close call when Turpin had an indirect kick called against the team and the ball went over the fingertips of David Rinderle, but Trey Maxey-DuEst was there and saved the goal.