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Sunday, April 22, 2012

Storm moves in Undefeated.

Alex Harlley
Saturday, April 21st. The Storm coming off a 9-1 route over Phoenix Monsoons last week , they wanted to be careful not to be over confident, especially facing the Fullerton Rangers who controlled them in a 5-0 loss in the Open Cup Qualifier last month. But since last month this is a whole new team and a new coach. So the ones that got caught off guard was the Rangers who where handed there first lost since last  month and the Storm washed out first place for  he Fullerton team. Going in to Saturdays game the Rangers  where 2-0-0 and the Storm 1-1-0 both undefeated and just 2 points separated the two.
The Storm however came in the game with the highest goals scored  in the Southern Division of the Western Conference 11 in just two games.
Right off the start the Storm showed the visitors the new more powerful scoring team as Storms highest goal scorer and last weeks NPSL Player of the game Tyler Coombes off a corner delivered by Stephen Martines  headed a beauty passed the flat footed keeper Johnny Hernandez to put the storm on top in just three minutes in to the game. The Storm continued to press and in the 27th minute Matt Shaxton had control of the ball and looked for Harlley who was the the right sideline 22 yards out and delivered a perfect pass to the foot of Harlley and with one touch got his foot under it and to the back of the net it went, for a 2-0 lead .The Storm controlled the game with a few threats from the visitors but the Storm easily held the Rangers for the 2-0 win and collected  3 points and took over the top undefeated spot on the South West Conference.
Game summary   Alex Harlley Player of the Game on his 22 yard shot for the goal in the 27th minute.
Storm
Goals : Tyler Coombes 3min. Alex Harlley 27th minute 
Assist :  Stephen Martinez and Matthew Shaxton
Steven Rodriguez Gk 7 saves clean sheet.
shots 15
corners 8
Rangers
Goals 0
Shots 11
corners 3
Goalkeepers Johny Hernandez 2 saves 2  GA
Anthony Flores 2 save 0GA  



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