The inaugural season of MLS NEXT Pro has been packed with goals, drama, and excitement throughout eleven weeks.

Let's take a look at the teams that continued to light it up and made MLS NEXT Pro Top 5 rankings this week:

The long layoff seemed to have an effect on the Dynamo 2 offense as they weren't their usual clinical self in front of goal against St Louis CITY2 when they fell by the score of 2-0 last Saturday.

Dynamo 2 controlled the majority of possession (60%) but could only attempt four shots at goal throughout the 90 minutes of play. With 22 points, Dynamo 2 is still among the best teams in the Western Conference but needs to start generating points to ward off up-and-coming teams finding their form. 

Previous Ranking: 2

Next Match: vs. Sporting KC II on Saturday, June 11

The Loons started their inaugural MLS NEXT Pro campaign losing their first two games, but since then, they've reeled off eight straight games of earning positive results.

Forward Thomas Williamson scored for the third consecutive game and Diogo Pacheco contributed his second of the campaign to lead MNUFC2 to their fifth win of the season against Sporting KC II.

Previous Ranking: Not Ranked

Next Match: vs. Sporting KC II on Saturday, June 11

Make it seven straight games without a loss for Tacoma Defiance after they scored six goals in a victory over Earthquakes II on Sunday.

Six different Defiance players bagged a goal, including Alfonso Ocampo-Chavez, who scored his seventh of the season. 

Tacoma Defiance continues to climb the Western Conference standings and currently sits in second place with 23 points.

Previous Ranking: 4

Next Match: at Whitecaps FC 2 on Sunday, June 12

You can never quite count out Columbus Crew 2, even if they're down two goals at halftime. 

After some defensive mistakes caused them to go down early in the match, Crew 2 clawed their way back and buried four unanswered goals to earn a 4-2 victory on the road against Chicago Fire II.

MLS NEXT Pro Player of the Month Jacen Russell-Rowe scored once again while also providing an assist during the match.

Previous Ranking: 3

Next Match: at Whitecaps FC 2 on Sunday, June 12

The dynamic duo of Hope Avayevu and Bernard Kamungo led the way once again for North Texas SC during their 3-1 comeback victory against Colorado Rapids 2 on Saturday.

18-year-old homegrown goalkeeper Antonio Carrera made a critical penalty save in the match's final minutes to keep Rapids 2 at bay.

With this result, North Texas SC now reigns supreme atop the Western Conference standings with 24 points.

Previous Ranking: 1

Next Match: vs. Timber2 on Saturday, June 11