Revolution defeats B-52s
02/07/2014 10:02 PM
02/07/2014 10:03 PM
The Tulsa Revolution picked up its second win of the PASL season, beating the B-52s 6-4 on Friday night in Tulsa.
Travis Pittman scored two goals for Wichita.
The B-52s twice battled back to tie the score, but never led Friday. After Tulsa took a 1-0 lead at 11:45 of the first period, Pittman scored 39 seconds later.
Tulsa scored twice in the opening minutes of the second period to go ahead 3-1, but Wichita used goals from Maikel Chang and Matt Clare to draw even before halftime.
The Revolution took the lead for good with two goals in the third period. The B-52s cut the margin to 5-4 on Pittman’s goal at 14:33 of the third, but never scored again.
The B-52s play their final home game of the season on Sunday at 3 p.m. against the Dallas Sidekicks. The Indoor Soccer Hall of Fame will hold a cermony during the game honoring former Wichita Wings star Kim Roentved. Former Wings coach Roy Turner is scheduled to participate in the ceremony.
First quarter — 1, Tulsa, Poneys (Parente), 11:45. 2, Wichita, Pittman (Jackson), 12:24. Penalties — Ordell, Wichita (hand ball), 9:52. Guernsey, Tulsa (holding), 9:52. Pittman, Wichita (6 fouls), 14:23.
Second period — 3, Tulsa, Poneys, :49. 4, Tulsa, Guernsey (Kelly), 2:09. 5, Wichita, Chang, 2:23. 6, Clare, 9:41. Penalties — Bradford, Tulsa (dangerous play), 6:46; Guernsey, Tulsa (delay of game), 8:46; Lawter, Wichita (pushing), 13:15; Guernsey, Tulsa (illegal sub), 14:02.
Third period — 7, Tulsa, Parente (Shannon), 9:21. 8, Tulsa, Tiem (Parente), 14:14. 9, Wichita, Pittman (Hobson), 14:33. Penalty — Martinez, Wichita (6 fouls), 10:48.
Fourth period — 10, Tulsa, Danza (Poneys), 8:31. Penalties — Barton, Wichita (6 fouls), 12:50; Ordell, Wichita (pushing), 13:43.
Shots — Wichita 14-15—29, Tulsa 17-7—24.
Power plays — Wichita 0-4, Tulsa 0-2.
Goalkeepers — Wichita, Martinez 11 saves, 17 attempts; Tulsa, Amos 10-14.
T — 2:18. A — 865.
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