Sunday, November 23, 2014

Triple Four-Point Nights Lead Express Over Winless Surge

Uriel Robledo, Jose Martinez and Jorge Fernandez, who has four-point nights with a hat trick and an assist, led the Turlock Express to a 12-3 romp over the worst team in the Major Arena Soccer League, the Sacramento Surge, Saturday at Sacramento's McClellan Park.


Nathan Levesque braced for the Surge and Gabriel Padilla added a goal.

Turlock, 3-1 and in second place in the Pacific Division, a game behind the San Diego Sockers (4-0), plays at new Seattle Impact FC this Friday, while the Surge (0-4, four games back) welcome the Impact December 7.

Ambush Gets Past Mustang Stampede

Kory Dowell, Elvir Kafedzic and Stefan St. Louis had a goal and an assist as the St. Louis Ambush slipped past the host Chicago Mustangs, 8-7, Saturday in Major Arena Soccer League action from Sears Centre Arena in Hoffman Estates, IL.


Omar Santillian and Bryan Moya braced for the Mustangs.

Both teams are now 1-2 and tied for fourth in the Central Division standings, 2 1/2 games behind the Missouri Comets (4-0) and host the Milwaukee Wave for their next match -- St. Louis this Friday, Chicago next Saturday.

Sidekicks Fight Off Revolution In Tulsa

Shaun David had a hat trick and two assists and Jamie Lovegrove braced and assisted twice as the Dallas Sidekicks defeated the host Tulsa Revolution, 14-5, Saturday in Major Arena Soccer League action from Cox Business Center.


Michael Poneys and Christian Mata braced for Tulsa and Bryan Scrapper scored a goal.

Dallas, 2-1 and tied for second in the Southern Division with Hidalgo La Fiera FC (same), 1 1/2 games behind the Monterrey Flash (4-0), travels Sunday to the Wichita B-52s.

Tulsa, 1-1 and tied for second in the Central Division with the Milwaukee Wave (same), two games behind the Missouri Comets (4-0), hosts Wichita next Saturday.

Comets Pellet B-52s At Independence Events Center

Brian Harris had four goals, Leo Gibson braced and assisted on a goal, and Max Touloute and Bryan Perez scored twice as the Missouri Comets thrashed the Wichita B-52s, 13-3, Saturday in Major Arena Soccer League play from Independence Events Center in Independence, MO.


Travis Pittman, Daniel Sack and Brady Bryant had Wichita's goals.

The Comets, at 4-0 and leading the Central Division, currently share the best record in the league with the Monterrey Flash of the Southern Division and the San Diego Sockers of the Pacific Division and travel to the Harrisburg Heat next Saturday.

Wichita, 1-3 and last in the Central, three games off the pace, hosts the Dallas Sidekicks Sunday.

Totti, Parente Four-Point Nights Give Oxford City Edge Over Rancho Seco

Lucas Totti (four goals) and David Parente (two goals, two assists) had four-point scoring nights as host Oxford City of Texas edged Saltillo Rancho Seco, 9-7, Saturday in Major Arena Soccer League action from Ford Arena in Beaumont, TX.


Cesar Cerda led Saltillo with four goals.

Oxford City, 2-2 and in fourth place in the Southern Division, two games behind the Monterrey Flash (4-0), travels next Saturday to the Brownsville Barracudas.

Saltillo, 0-2 and in last place, three games back of Monterrey, hosts them this Friday.

Wave Overwhelms Waza Flo At Home

Luan Oliveira braced and Phillip Suprise and Amicar Herrera added goals as the Milwaukee Wave shut out host Detroit Waza Flo, 4-0, Saturday in Major Arena Soccer League action from Melvindale Civic Arena in Melvindale, MI.


The Wave, 1-1 and tied for second place in the Central Division with the Tulsa Revolution (same), two games behind the Missouri Comets (4-0), travel Friday to the St. Louis Ambush and next Saturday to the Chicago Mustangs.

Detroit, 2-2 and tied for second in the Eastern Division with the Syracuse Silver Knights and the Rochester Lancers (both 1-1), faces the Lancers on the road next Saturday.

De Souza Brace Leads La Fiera Over Host Barracudas

Robson de Souza braced as Hidalgo La Fiera FC defeated the host Brownsville Barracudas, 6-3, Saturday in Major Arena Soccer League play from Barracudas Stadium.


Victor Sanchez, Jorge Quiroz, Angel Sanchez and Jorge Duran each added goals for La Fiera.

Oscar Ventura, Miguel Divila and Luis Puga scored goals for Brownsville.

Hidalgo, 2-1 and tied for second place in the Southern Division with the Dallas Sidekicks (same), 1 1/2 games behind the Monterrey Flash (4-0), hosts the Flash Sunday.

Brownsville, 1-3 and in fifth place in the division, three games behind, hosts Oxford City of Texas next Saturday.