Milwaukee beats Wings once again

12/17/2011 12:00 AM

12/17/2011 12:05 AM

Milwaukee scored six consecutive goals and beat the Wichita Wings 15-4 on Friday night in Milwaukee.

The Wings grabbed a quick 2-0 lead on a goal by Larry Inlow at the 2:47 mark of the first quarter. But Wichita didn't score its second goal until less than five minutes remained in the game. In the interim, Milwaukee amassed 13 points.

The Wave (7-0), which leads the MISL Central Division, has beaten the Wings three times in three tries this season, all in Milwaukee. Wichita (3-6) was playing for the first time in 13 days, and will wait another 12 before the next game, Dec. 28 at Missouri.

Wichita 2 0 0 2 — 4 Milwaukee4 2 5 4 — 15

First quarter — 1. Wichita, Inlow (Beasley), 2:47. 2. Milwaukee, Oliveiro (Oatley), 6:00. 3. Milwaukee, Bennett (Stewart), 11:26 (pp). Penalties — Carvalho, Wichita (intentional handball), 10:58; Carvalho, Wichita (tripping), 11:02.

Second quarter — 4. Milwaukee, Leite (Howes), 13:43.

Third quarter — 5. Milwaukee, Perera (Stewart), 3:44 (3 points). 6. Milwaukee, Howes (Bennett), 9:47.

Fourth quarter — 7. Milwaukee, Leite (Oliveiro), :36. 8. Wichita, Perez (Beasley), 10:22 (pp). 9. Milwaukee, Oatley (Rodrigues), 11:44. Penalty — Oatley, Milwaukee (4 fouls).

Power play — Wichita 1 for 1, Milwaukee 1 for 2.

Shots — Wichita 10-10—20, Milwaukee 30-13—43.

Goalkeepers — Wichita, Carvalho 23 saves on 30 shots; Milwaukee, Feenstra, 8-10.

A—3,355. T— 2:07.

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