Official Kickers Summary
The Richmond Kickers claimed a 5-0 victory in the first-ever meeting with Lionsbridge FC Tuesday night at Pomoco Stadium on the campus of Christopher Newport University.
Two minutes into the match, it was the Kickers who would strike first. A nifty backheel slotted through Joe Gallardo on the right wing. He whipped in a cross towards the back post, as Jannik Eckenrode lept to head the ball down. Trying to get control of the ball, a misplaced pass fell for Boehme in space, only needing to slide the ball past Jacob Reimers for the opener.
The Kickers doubled their lead in the 18th minute. Maxi Rodriguez played the ball long and over the top as Joe Gallardo made a run towards the Lionsbridge goal. The forward headed the ball down to himself to get control and found the back of the net to increase the Kickers lead to 2-0.
Jannik Eckenrode made it 3-0 for Richmond two minutes before the halftime whistle. Dennis Chin picked up control of the ball on the right wing after a long ball from Maxi Rodriguez. The Jamaican held up the ball long enough before laying it off for Eckenrode to put into the back of the net.
The Kickers found the back of the net for the fourth time in the 74th minute. Alexander Levengood played a quick pass to Daniel Jackson at the top of the Lionsbridge box. He only needed a touch to put it into the path of Charles Boateng. The Ghanian had the space to chip the keeper to make it 4-0.
Three different Richmond United academy players combined for the Kickers fifth goal of the night. Ethan Manheim sent the ball up the field for Key White. He quickly chipped the ball over a Lionsbridge defender for Alexander Levengood. The academy product made no mistake sneaking his shot inside the near post.
The Kickers return home to City Stadium this Saturday, July 13 at 7:00 p.m. to host North Texas SC. It’s Honoring Our Heroes Night when the party starts at 5:30 p.m. with drink specials for the first 30 minutes on craft beer on tap and wine, plus live music from the Shakedown. The players will come out for warm ups in limited edition pregame jerseys that will be auctioned off to benefit the Virginia War Memorial Foundation. Tickets are available now at RichmondKickers.com.
|TEAM||FIRST HALF||SECOND HALF||FINAL|
Richmond First Half: GK Joe Rice, Ivan Magalhães, Conor Shanosky, Wahab Ackwei, Eli Lockaby, Maxi Rodriguez, Jannik Eckenrode, Josh Hughes, Greg Boehme, Joe Gallardo (31’ – Dennis Chin), Mutaya Mwape (31’ – Lucas Mendes)
Second Half: Joe Rice (63’ – Matt Broomall), Ivan Magalhães, Ethan Manheim, Wahab Ackwei, Alex Ainscough, Braeden Troyer, Nick Retzlaff, Sam Moore, Alexander Levengood, Daniel Jackson, Charles Boateng (75’ – Key White)
|2′||RIC||Greg Boehme (unassisted)|
|18′||RIC||Joe Gallardo (Maxi Rodriguez)|
|43′||RIC||Jannik Eckenrode (Dennis Chin)|
|74′||RIC||Charles Boateng (Daniel Jackson)|
|83′||RIC||Alexander Levengood (Key White)|
Canastas Chicken to Open on Saturday
A chance to get some chicken starting this weekend.
Richmond Animal Care and Control Looking for Information on Dog Found in Dumpster
The dog was found in a dumpster at the Residences at Westover Hills (5852 Westower Drive). If you have an information please call 647-5573 or email [email protected]
We just don’t know what to say about this one. Swear words want to come out first…followed by tears…then back to bigger swear words. This sweet dog was found in this dumpster at the Residences at Westover Hills. No joke. Citizens saw him and called our team. Officer Jones removed him from the dumpster and took him straight to Virginia Veterinary Centers.
We named him Blue Skies. He’s 10 months old and was in terrible shape; starved, covered in feces, with open wounds on his body-our RACC Medical Pics closed group shows more (if you can handle graphic). We need your help finding the person responsible for his suffering. Please call 647-5573 or email [email protected] with information. Our hearts are breaking over the sweet spirit of this dog that deserves a chance at a better life. Please share-plus he will need a home-email if you can help with that too. #weareyourcityshelter #throwninthetrash #HelpUsHelpHim #ijustcantanymore
Sacred Heart Center Needs Help Filling Up their Food Bank
The Food Bank, in partnership with Bainbridge Community Ministries and Sacred Heart Parish has been able to provide food to 750 community members affected by this crisis.
Sacred Heart Center at 1400 Perry Street runs a food bank and donations are not keeping up with current demand. You can donate items directly (contactless) on Tuesdays and Thursdays or make a donation online.
A message from Sacred Heart Center.
Dear Sacred Heart Center Friends and Family,
While Sacred Heart Center continues to implement our educational programs remotely for our community, we are currently accepting food donations to support our families during this critical time.
Due to the great need that our families experience, demonstrated in the number of people served each time we open the food bank (more than 150 people per day,) through our Food Bank, in partnership with Bainbridge Community Ministries and Sacred Heart Parish, we have been able to provide food to 750 community members affected by this crisis.
We will be accepting food donations on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9:00am to 5:00pm
Donations can be dropped off at the side of our main building, located at 1400 Perry Street. Please drive into Sacred Heart’s parking lot and pull up to the designated parking spot located next to the first door on the left.
Please stay in your vehicle and someone will come to accept your donations.
If you would like to help replenish our food pantry, but are unable to come to the SHC, please consider donating online so that we can continue to support our community at this time.
We are accepting all food items while also strongly asking for foods that our community consumes:
- Corn flour
- Dried or canned beans
- Baby formula
- Snacks for small children
- Canned Vegetables
- Canned Fruit
- Powdered Milk
- Peanut butter
- Tea & Coffee
- Cooking oils
Other items we are accepting:
- Personal Care Products (Deodorants, lotions, dental care, hair care, shaving needs, laundry detergent)
- Diapers (any size)
- Feminine hygiene products
- Latex gloves
- Paper & Plastic bags to distribute food
- Cardboard Boxes to distribute food
- Lysol/Clorox wipes
- Large size diapers (size 4-6)
If you have any questions, or would like to learn more about volunteering for our Curbside Food Bank, please do not hesitate to ask:
If you are in a position to give back to the community, please join us!
To stay up to date on available community resources, please visit our website at: www.shcrichmond.org/en/links We will continue to add more information as it becomes available.