Storm washes out San Diego in a Flash
Santa Clarita, Ca. - If you looked at the game on paper it's understandable why some made predictions
For One : Its was a do or die match for the Storm who with a 7-3-3 record
Opponent:: San Diego Flash with an undefeated record of 11-2-0 best record in the National Premier Soccer league,
Record facing the Flash:. 2011 lost both times facing them one score was 8-1 2012 lost 3-0 in San Diego
I know where I would of put my money, but everyone must play the 90 minute game before anything is finial.
Things change and change they did, for the Storm it was a couple of different factors, one a new keeper in the net with college experience. Steven Rodriguez has done an excellent job for the storm and got them this far. However with the pressure increasing in a match such as this, Head Coach Jose Meza choose to go with our number 2 keeper Alex Burkevics who has college experience and has playoff experience as well.
|Martin Galvan Forward|
Martin Galvan with the ball again but this time seen his counter part on top Tyler Coombes coming up the side and with a pass Coombes took it on the run and with no one but the keeper to stop him on a one on one Coombes made a quick move and shot it pass Nick Harpel the Flash Keeper.
Now with a two goal lead on the division leaders the Storm just kept building and then just 11 minutes later again in the 48th minute of play thunder struck and lightening in the name of Alex Harley was on the receiving end of yet another pass from Martin Galvan playing out wide Harlley found himself all alone when he received the pass and like the wind took off and again keeper Harpel was alone and facing yet another one on one that ended the same way and now three goals up at the end of the first half.
Second half the Storm knew what happen the week before when the Rangers where up on the Flash by one the Flash came back and in a Flash picked up 5 unanswered goals for the comeback win.
|Alex Burkevics player of the match|
|Tyler Coombes point leader|