Not everything goes according to plan. The stage was set on Saturday for a close match to determine the winner of the Texas Collegiate Soccer League Men’s South Conference.

Texas Southmost College’s club soccer team had other plans…dominate from start to finish. Scorpion field was all TSC all the time on Saturday as they jumped out to an early lead and never looked back against its rivals from UTRGV.

Now TSC knows they’ll be qualified for the regional tournament, the playoffs in a few weeks in San Marcos.

“We expected it because throughout the season we faced different scenarios,” Zamora said. “Two of those games we had to come from behind. I did expect our team to win in a controlling fashion, with authority.”

The Scorpions got the offensive party started quickly with a goal just 30 seconds after opening kickoff.

The goals were scored by Jose Echavarria, Leoncio Estrada, Edward Rodriguez, Pablo Perez, Sebastian Gonzalez and the captain, Adrian Longoria.

“We were able to score with any player,” Zamora said. “Two defenders scored in this game, a midfielder and some players who came off the bench. I’m glad that we have these type of players. We have so many players from the bench who give us great options to do something different.”

The season has been impressive for all Scorpion fans and staff.

Dr. Armando Ponce is the Director of Athletics and Civility. He has been on the sidelines for all of the games so far during this perfect campaign.

“This started in August when they first began practicing,” Dr. Ponce said. “They practice three times a week before school starts,”

He also gave a lot of credit to the leadership of Coach Zamora that seems to get the best of his units every fixture.

“The team has bought into his philosophy. They are consistent in their effort and they listen to their coach. They want to play for him. In any sport when you have athletes that want to play for their coach it goes a long way.”

The Scorpions will end the regular season with a bang, welcoming players from College Station when the Texas A&M Aggies club team comes to town this weekend. The match will take place at 3 p.m. and will serve as the final tune-up match before TSC continues its journey into the postseason.