Sockers beat Cougars in overtime

The San Diego Sockers beat defending champions the Stockton Cougars in overtime Saturday night at the Del Mar Arena, 8-7. The Sockers are now undefeated, 8-0 for the season.

Both teams had the chance to win in sudden death. It was Aaron Susi who put the game away.

This was the Sockers’ second match against the Cougars in the regular season of the PASL.

The Sockers face Estadio Azteca on Sunday at 1 p.m. in Del Mar. Tickets are $7 at the gate. This is the Open Cup Quarter final game. The winner of Sunday’s game goes into the semifinals.

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  4. Sockers preview season to come with exhibition win
  5. Sockers season kicks off at DM Arena

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