Ricardo Carvalho leads the Heat with 27 points in 13 games; highlighted by 7 points in the Heat’s two wins at home this past weekend over Milwaukee and Mississauga.
In an effort to help all youth soccer clubs in the area, the Heat have developed an exciting program that includes coaches and player clinics, camp opportunities, Heat camp and ticket discounts and other exciting events.
For the second straight double home weekend, the Harrisburg Heat came out with a sweep as they won their second game in as many nights defeating the Mississauga Metro Stars 9-5 Sunday night.
The Heat are back in action Sunday afternoon when the Mississauga Metro Stars visit the Farm Show Arena. Game time is 5:05PM.
The Heat who led 4-1 in Mississauga on Sunday only to see that lead evaporate, showed amazing grit to hand Milwaukee just their 3rd loss on the season.
Tavoy Morgan is opening some eyes in his rookie MASL season with 9 goals and 4 assists in his first 12 indoor games. Harrisburg is led by Ricardo Carvalho’s 20 points.
In Ontario, Canada on Sunday, the Harrisburg Heat led 4-1 and watched that lead evaporate as Mississauga tied it 4 with under seven minutes to go in the game.
Ricardo Carvalho leads the HEAT with 1 8 on the season in 10 games played with 11 goals and seven assists. Second on the team in points is defender Nelson Santana with 13.
The Heat returned to action for the first time in over 2 weeks and fell to their I-83 Rivals Baltimore Blast by a 9-3 final.
Ricardo Carvalho leads the HEAT with 17 points on the season in 9 games played with 11 goals and six assists. Nelson Santana will once again face his old side, after earning player of the week in the MASL, with three goals against Baltimore in the last matchup.