Bombers shoot down the Arrows. The Baltimore Bombers move to 4-2 with a resounding 16-11 victory over the 1-4 Maryland Arrows in Maryland IBLA action.
A game that was closer than the score indicated. The Arrows drew first blood for their only lead of the day. Taylor Koncen (1g) hit rope when he buried a pretty feed from Miles Kane (4a), at the 2:05 mark. The advantage lasted all of a minute and ten seconds when Sean Reilly (1g 2a) delivered a sweet feed that Jimmy Jackson (3g,1a) converted. Baltimore was up and running. Noah Daniels (4g), Josh Sanchez (3g,1a), Michael Doughty (1g), Kevin Doughty (2g), Sanchez, and Sean Reilly closed the 7-1 first period with the Bombers feeling it.
Grant Maloof (3g) at the :45 mark with Dominic Gurnsey (2g,1a)at 2;03 started an Arrows come back to make it a 7-3 game. Sanchez and Jay Minor (4g) exchanged netbenders. Also did Sanchez setting up Jimmy Jackson with Gurnsey and Maloof scoring to make it a 9-7 Arrows deficit. Quinn Tallent ((1g,1a) hit net as would Jordan Hall (2g,2a) to change the scoreboard to an 11-7 Bombers edge.
Maloof and Minor countered before Noah Daniels hit rope with just :59 on the clock to close the first forty minutes with Baltimore large and in charge,12-9. Things turned to a defensive mode in the final stanza with Gunnar Schimoler (1g) making it a two-goal game at 12-10. Hall and Daniels each hit net o make it a four-goal affair. Tallent checked I again making it 15-10 and Kane set up Minor with Daniels providing an answer to seal the deal. Bombers shoot down the Arrows. The Baltimore Bombers move to 4-2 with a resounding 16-11 victory over the 1-4 Maryland Arrows in Maryland IBLA action.