Dayton Dutch Lions FC (6-2-2, 20 points) lost 2-0 at home vs Cincinnati Dutch Lions FC (2-2-3, 9 points). Because Lansing United (4-1-5, 17 points) tied twice the Great Lakes Division is wide open again with five teams still battling for first place. Cincinnati is back in it as well. Dayton was back in action last night when they played Derby City Rovers (0-9-1, 1 point) in Louisville and rebounded with a solid 6-0 win, putting them back in first place three points ahead of Lansing United. Cincinnati’s Max Wilschrey and Kyle Clinton made Conference Team of the Week based on their performance vs Dayton. Cincinnati has two games this weekend facing Lansing United at home on Friday and Derby away on Sunday. Dutch Lions FC NPSL (Houston, 6-3-0, 18 points) lost 1-0 vs Midland-Odessa Sockers FC (6-2-1, 19 points). But last night they picked up three important points by beating nr6 Shreveport Rafters FC (3-5-1, 10 points) on the road. Florida Gulf Coast Dutch Lions FC’s game vs Florida Sol FC (2-1-1, 4 points) was canceled due to lightning. The team is team is currently in first place (4-1-0, 12 points) and travel to Puert Rico Pride FC (0-4-0, 0 points) this weekend. New York Dutch Lions FC played their annual exhibition games this weekend with the NYDL FC All Star team. After a 7-3 win vs Central Park Soccer on Friday on the amazing Sinatra Soccer Field in Hoboken, the team with former National Team players lost 5-0 vs New York Red Bulls U23 on Sunday at MSU Soccer Park. FC Cincinnati (9-3-4, 31 points) lost some valuable points last night playing 3-3 vs Toronto FC II (0-12-3, 3 points) in Canada. They are still in first place and now play Ottowa Fury at home on Saturday.