clock menu more-arrow no yes mobile

Filed under:

Seattle soccer products combine on flip throw-to-bicycle kick goal

Puget Sounders produce great goal for OKC Energy.

Oklahoma City stole several things from Puget Sound over the years - a basketball team with two Hall of Fame candidates, an elephant, great soccer. Yes, OKC Energy FC’s most entertaining soccer comes from two former Sounders U23 players. Miguel Gonzalez, former Sounders FC trialist, and Michael “Flip Throw” Harris combined for this brilliant goal.

Gonzalez played at Peninsula College, Seattle U, Sounders U23s, Kitsap Pumas and Colorado Springs Switchbacks before signing with the Energy this offseason. He was born in Mexico and spent high school in Yelm, Washington. Miggy has 18 USL goals in 60 appearances.

Harris is a Crossfire product who played with Crossfire, Sounders U23s, and the University of Washington. Michael is a right back known for his long throws.

OKC Energy FC are eighth in the USL West with 1-2-1 -2 record. There only win was from that wicked bike. S2 host OKC Energy on June 19 at 7:30 PM at Starfire Stadium in Tukwila, Washington.

Sign up for the newsletter Sign up for the Sounder At Heart Weekly Roundup newsletter!

A twice weekly roundup of Seattle Sounders and OL Reign news from Sounder at Heart