Wings lose at Rochester
12/15/2012 5:00 PM
12/15/2012 5:02 PM
MISL leading scorer Doug Miller had five points, leading the Rochester Lancers to a 10-6 win over the Wichita Wings on Saturday afternoon in Rochester, N.Y.
Miller scored the game’s first goal, then got an assist on Jeremy Ortiz’a goal that put the Lancers up 4-0 in the first period.
Frederico Moojen scored for the Wings in the first minute of the second period to make the score 4-2, but the Wings weren’t able to score another goal until late in the third period when Moojen again found the net. That goal pulled the Wings within 8-4.
Geison scored early in the fourth quarter to make it 8-6. Neither team scored again until the final minute, when the Lancers, with a two-man advantage, got a goal from Stephen Basso.
First quarter — 1, Rochester, Miller (McGreal), 6:25. 2, Rochester, Ortiz (Miller), 13:58.
Second quarter — 3, Wichita, Moojen (Yearwood), 1:01. Penalty — Miller, Rochester (too many men), 3:04.
Third quarter — 4, Rochester, Salles, 6:40. 5, Rochester, Mille (Enrique), 8:19.
Fourth quarter — 6, Wichita, Geison (Quiroz), 1:49 (pp). 7, Rochester, Basso (Ortiz), 14:31 (pp). Penalties — Basso, Rochester (striking), :38; Ferrer, Wichita (illegal sub), 5:56; Moseley, Wichita (hand ball), 12:51; Worley, Wichita (tripping), 13:04; Quiroz, Wichita (boarding), 14:49; Quiroz, Wichita (dissent), 14:49.
Shots — Wichita 21, Rochester 24.
Goalkeepers — Wichita, Sanaldo (18 shots, 13 saves); Rochester, McInerny (16-13).
T — 2:09. A — 5,009.
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