FCKC midfielder Erika Tymrak maneuvers the ball away from Portland Thorns midfielder Celeste Boureille on May 13 at the Swope Soccer Park. The final was 0-0.
FCKC midfielder Erika Tymrak maneuvers the ball away from Portland Thorns midfielder Celeste Boureille on May 13 at the Swope Soccer Park. The final was 0-0. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star
FCKC midfielder Erika Tymrak maneuvers the ball away from Portland Thorns midfielder Celeste Boureille on May 13 at the Swope Soccer Park. The final was 0-0. T. Rob Brown Special to The Star

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    Despite failing to pick up a win in their last six matches, FC Kansas City's morale remains high, as the players continue to believe in the process. By Alec McChesney/for the Kansas City Star