Week nine in the Major League Indoor Soccer (MLIS) featured a matchup between newcomers to the league, Colorado Bucks SC and Ohio Extreme. Both teams are over halfway through the season.

Colorado took home the win Saturday night, with a final score of 10-3. The game started with Tomas Tapia of the Colorado Bucks swiftly scoring against six attackers, setting the tone for a competitive encounter. However, Ohio Extreme quickly responded, with Noah Svanberg netting a goal assisted by Armando Compos Ortiz, resulting in a tied score of 1-1. The back-and-forth nature of the match continued as Taz Badawi of the Colorado Bucks capitalized on the opportunity to score, putting his team ahead at 2-1. The momentum shifted yet again as Svanberg of Ohio Extreme scored a second goal, equalizing the score at 2-2. 

The second period saw Bryan Vazquez of the Colorado Bucks score a goal assisted by Geo Alcocer, bringing the score to 3-2. Despite Lima's efforts, the Colorado Bucks maintained their lead throughout the remainder of the match, ultimately securing a victory with a final score of 10-3. The game was not without its contentious moments, as indicated by the penalty summary which included various infractions such as tripping, unsportsmanlike conduct, and endangering the goalkeeper, resulting in penalties for several players from both teams.