CISL Results & Attendances, Week 5

CISL Results & Attendances, Week 5

Post by Scott » Tue, 19 Jul 1994 18:27:41

CISL RESULTS AND ATTENDENCES, Week 5 (July 4-10)
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Fourth week quick recap
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     Tuesday, June 28
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     Wednesday, June 29
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     Thursday, June 30
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     Friday, July 1
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     Saturday, July 2
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     Sunday, July 3
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*************** CISL PLAYER OF THE WEEK, WEEK FOUR **************

     Houston Hotshots' goalkeeper SHAWN RAY.  He went 2-1 for the

getting the second highest single-game total in CISL history.  He

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NOW FOR WEEK 5 RESULTS
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     Monday, July 4, Independence Day
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Shots-    Anaheim 32, Portland 25
Fouls-    Anaheim 9, Portland 8
GK-       Ana., Jorge Valenzuela W(7-2), 60:00-25 sh-14 sv-2 ga
          Por., Jim Gorsek L( - ), 56:20-31-12-7
               Ott Ngongethong, 6th att., 3:40-1-0-1

     Tuesday, July 5th
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     Arizona jumped out to a 9-1 lead after three quarters . . .
The Sharks' were led by Paul Agyeman (4G,1A), Franklin McIntosh
(3A), and Terry Woodberry (1G,2A) in this fight-marred game . . .
four Viper players scored . . . a CISL-record 44 minutes of
penalties were called (26 on Carolina), including 2 red-card
ejections (Gerard Gregorie, CAR and Greg Veatch, ARZ, both 14:01
4th quarter), one 3 blue/yellow card ejection (McIntosh, ARZ 8:01
3rd), and one coach ejected (Peter Duah, ARZ 14:01 4th) . . . 10
minutes of penalties on the benches (Arizona: 6), including both
called for bench clearing penalties.

Shots-    Carolina 33, Arizona 29
Fouls-    Carolina 19, Arizona 17
GK-       Car., Yaro L(1-6), 60:00-29 sh-8 sv-13 ga
          Arz., Nat Gonzalez W(3-3), 60:00-33-12-4
   Wednesday, July 6
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     55.  Monterrey 7, LAS VEGAS 6                A-  2,774

     [see separate post, [R] Las Vegas VS Monterrey, 7/6]

Shots-    Monterrey 37, Las Vegas 25
Fouls-    Monterrey 16, Las Vegas 13
GK-       Mon., Raul Salas W(5-3), 60:00-25 sh-9 sv-6 ga
          L.V., Brett Phillips L(4-4), 57:40-37-19-7
               Roderick Scott, 6th att., 2:20-0-0-0


     Drago had 3 goals and an assist for the Neon, snapping his
streak of five consectutive games with at least 3 assists.  This
is due to his coach asking him to take in more of the scoring
load since the Neon are quite banged up . . . The Pride were led
by Jimmy Clarke (3G) and Garrett Smith (2G, 6 BLK).

Shots-    Detroit 49, Portland 32
Fouls-    Detroit 16, Portland 15
GK-       Det., Curtis McAlister L(2-2), 57:59-31 sh-13 sv-9 ga
               Oscar Draguicevich, 6th att., 2:01-1-1-0
          Por., Jim Gorsek W(4-6), 60:00-49-26-7


     San Jose led 6-0 in the second quarter . . . Sacramento's 3-
game road winning streak was snapped and finished the trip 3-2 .
. . the Knights will play their next 6 games at home . . . Preki
had 4 goals and an assist and Neathan Gibson had 2 goals for the
Grizzlies . . . Mark Thomas and Shawn Blakeman had a goal and an
assist each for the Knights.

Shots-    San Jose 37, Sacramento 28
Fouls-    
GK-       Sac., Mike Dowler L(5-4), 60:00-37 sh-17 sv-11 ga
          S.J., Mark Lenhert W(3-4), 60:00-28-17-4

   Thursday, July 7
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     Matt and Shannon Presley suited up for this game, making it
the first time a husband and wife duo suited up for the same
game, but Shannon did not play . . . Bob Lilley had 3 goals and 2
assists, including the game-winning goal for the Stingers . . .
Houston's Nebo Bandovic had a hat trick for the Hotshots in this
see-saw game . . . Fredy Sanguinetti replaced the injured Shawn
Ray in goal, but lost his second straight game.

Shots-    Houston 26, Pittsburgh 15
Fouls-    
GK-       Pit., Doug Petras W(4-4), 60:00-26 sh-14 sv-6 ga
          Hou., Fredy Sanguinetti L(1-2), 60:00-15-3-7


     Phil Salvagio started in goal for the Sockers for his first
CISL game ever and had a shutout for 39:41 when the Viper's
Gerard Gregoire scored and tied the CISL record for least goals
allowed with one [tied 3 others] . . . Rene Ortiz had 2 goals and
2 assists and teammate Keder had a goal and an assist before
getting ejected in a fight with the Viper's Jimmy McGeough.  He
faces a possible one-game suspension to be determined this
weekend by the CISL.

Shots-    San Diego (29), Carolina 16
Fouls-    
GK-       Car., Yaro L(1-7), 58:20-27 sh-11 sv-5 ga
               6th attacker, 1:40-(2)-(0)-2
          S.D., Phil Salvagio W(1-0), 60:00-16-9-1


     Shawn Blakeman scored his third goal of the game (along with
an assist) on the power-play on an assist from Jon Parry 4:40
into overtime to lift the Knights to their fifth overall victory
in overtime at home (5-0) in two years . . . the Knights trailed
8-6 with seven minutes left in regulation . . . the Neon wasted
two great performances; Drago's five goals and Steve Kinsey's
four assists (he had four before the game) . . . Drago has now
scored 8 goals in the past two games, as he has adjusted
extremely well to taking on more of the scoring load than the
assist load, where he had 20 before the past two games, and just
one in the last two games . . . Detroit's Oscar Draguicevich also
had a hat trick . . . Mark Thomas (1G,4A) and Gerell Elliot
(2G,3A) led the Knights' come-from behind victory.

Shots-    Detroit (29), Sacramento 28
Fouls-    
GK-       Det., Curtis McAlister L(2-3), 64:40-28 sh-17 sv-9 ga
          Sac., Mike Dowler W(6-4), 63:53-29-10-8
               Gerell Elliot, 6th att., 0:47-(0)-(0)-0

     Friday, July 8
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     La Raza broke a 2-2 tie in the second quarter with 6 goals .
. . Zizinho (5G), Octavio Perez (2G,2A), Marco Lopez (2G,2A), and
Jaime Flores led the Monterrey attack . . . Preki (2G,1A) and
Paul Lester (2G) led the Grizzlies scoring.

Shots-    Monterrey 41, San Jose 27
Fouls-    Monterrey 19, San Jose 10
GK-       S.J., Mark Lenhert L(3-5), 57:33-40 sh-19 sv-14 ga
               Kevin Hundelt, 6th att., 2:27-1-1-0
          Mon., Raul Salas W(7-4), 60:00-27-13-7


     [see separate post, [R] Anaheim VS Portland, 7/8]

Shots-    Anaheim 42, Portland 24
Fouls-    Anaheim 8, Portland 8
GK-       Por., Jim Gorsek W(5-6), 62:32-42 sh-22 sv-5 ga
          Ana., Jorge Valenzuela L(7-3), 62:31-24-11-6
               Ralph Black, 6th att. [1st qtr], 0:01-0-0-0


     The Sandsharks trailed 5-3 entering the third quarter, but
ended up leading 7-5 after the quarter . . . Franklin McIntosh
(3G,1A), Bill Becher (2G,1A), Rick Soderman (1G,2A) and Terry
Woodberry (2G,1A) contributed the bulk of the 'Sharks scoring . .
. the 'Devils were led by Mark Kerlin's 3 goals and one assist .
. . McIntosh ejected for the second game in a row, with a red-
card double-minor misconduct penalty called on him with 37
seconds left in the game.

Shots-    Las Vegas 29, Arizona 27
Fouls-    Las Vegas 20, Arizona 18
GK-       L.V., Brett Phillips L(4-5), 58:06-25 sh-9 sv-8 ga
               Roderick Scott, 6th att., 1:54-2-0-1
          Arz., Nat Gonzalez W(4-3), 60:00-29-15-6

   Saturday, July 9
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     In probably the best game to date, a Warthog-high crowd of
9,068 saw their 1-4 team beat the previously unbeated 8-0
Sidekicks . . . it was also a courageous performance by their
goalkeeper Jim Brazeau, who had injured his right foot in the
first quarter, and hobbled along for the rest of the game, making
26 saves on 43 shots faced . . . the only excuse the Sidekicks
could have is that they didn't have their coach, Gordan Jago, who
was called up at the last minute to help broadcast a BBC radio
broadcast between Brazil and the Netherlands in the WC
Quarterfinals . . . assistant coach Billy Phillips took over . .
. Tatu, who was reportly injured in the previous game VS Arizona,
scored twice and added two assists to extend his CISL-record
scoring streak to 39 games . . . David Doyle of the 'Kicks added
2 goals . . . Goran "Scorin'" Hunjak scored 5 goals and an assist
and teammate Joe Kozoil added 2 goals and 2 assists.

Shots-    Dallas 43, Washington 30
Fouls-    Dallas 22, Washington 18
GK-       Dal., Joe Papaleo L(6-1), 56:39-27 sh-12 sv-7 ga
               Nick Stavrou, 6th att., 1:56-2-1-1
               David Doyle, 6th att., 1:25-1-0-1
          Was., Jim Brazeau W(2-3), 60:00-43-26-5


     Monterrey has scored 19, 12, 11, 14, and now 17 goals in
their last five games at home this season . . . Zizinho (5G,2A),
Octavio Perez (2G,2A), Marco Lopez (3G,3A), Genoni Martinez
(2G,2A), and Martin Hernandez (1G,3A) all had at least four
points for La RaZa . . . this matched the highest-scoring game in

La Raza led 9-4 at the half and only 11-8 after 3 quarters . . .
Pittsburgh's Oleg Solodovnik (2G,2A) and Chris Kelly (3G) led
their attack . . . Bob Lilley of Pittsburgh had 6 blocks.

Shots-    Monterrey 50, Pittsburgh 34
Fouls-    Monterrey 25, Pittsburgh 15
GK-       Pit., Doug Petras L(4-5), 60:00-50-20-17
          Mon., Raul Salas W(8-4), 60:00-34-14-10


     [see separate post, [R] Anaheim VS Carolina, 7/9]

Shots-    Anaheim 47, Carolina 23
Fouls-    Carolina 14, Anaheim 7
GK-       Car., Yaro L(1-8), 59:05-47 sh-19 sv-7 ga
               Mark Lugris, 6th att., 0:55-0-0-0
          Ana., Jorge Valenzuela W(8-3), 60:00-23-10-6


     USD alumni David Legg and Toby Taitano led the Sockers with
2 goals and an assist each . . . Ralf Wilhelms (1G,2A) and John
Olu Molomo (2G) also helped the Socks . . . Rene Ortiz' 17-game
point scoring streak was snapped . . . San Diego led 5-0 at the
half . . . Drago, Detroit's top scorer, was held to just one
assist, the first time he was held under 3 points in his last 8
games . . . Detroit's 12 shots in a game is one of the lowest in
CISL history . . . Detroit picked up 7 penalties (14 minutes).

Shots-    San Diego 32, Detroit 12
Fouls-    Detroit 22, San Diego 15
GK-       Det., Curtis McAlister L(2-4), 60:00-32 sh-14 sv-10 ga
          S.D., Antonio Cortes W(6-3), 60:00-12-7-2


     Portland scored the second fastest goal in CISL history when
Jimmy Clarke (1G,1A) scored 9 seconds into the game but didn't
score another until 1:16 was remaining in the game . . . Chris
Elliot and Mark Thomas both had 2 goals and Jon Parry had 2 goals
and 2 assists to lead the Knights' charge . . . Sacramento tied a
franchise record with only 2 goals allowed.

Shots-    Sacramento 33, Portland 19
Fouls-    Portland 14, Sacramento 13
GK-       Por., Jim Gorsek L(5-7), 56:58-31 sh-17 sv-5 ga
               Ott Ngonethong, 6th att., 3:02-2-0-2
          Sac., Mike Dowler W(7-4), 60:00-19-11-2

   Sunday, July 10
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     Dallas scored a CISL record 14 unanswered goals (to take a
14-0 lead in the fourth quarter) and 7 in the third quarter . . .
Mark Lugris and Jimmy Fisher scored a goal each for the Vipers,
who have not scored more than 6 in a game this year . . . Tatu
went wild with 5 goals and 3 assists, including a power-play goal
and a short-handed goal, and David Doyle had 3 goals and 5
assists.  Eric Dade added 2 goals and an assist . . . Viper
goalkeeper Yaro faced 55 shots, a CISL season-high.  He has also
given up 19 to Monterrey earlier in the year . . . Dallas took 17
shots each in the first and third quarters, scoring 3 and 7,
respectively.

Shots-    Dallas 55, Carolina 36
Fouls-    Dallas 17, Carolina 7
GK-       Car., Yaro L(1-9), 60:00-55-23-15
          Dal., Hank Henry W(3-0), 60:00-36-18-2


     Neathan Gibson scored five points (4G,1A), more than
doubling his previous total of four for the Grizzlies . . . Randy
Prescott had 3 assists for the Grizzlies . . . Houston's Nebo
Bandovic got the lone goal for Houston in the second quarter . .
. San Jose scored the last 7 goals of the game.

Shots-    San Jose 25, Houston 19
Fouls-    Houston 20, San Jose 19
GK-       S.J., Mark Lenhert W(4-5), 60:00-19-16-1
          Hou., Shawn Ray L(3-5), 60:00-25-13-9


     The Stingers jumped out to a 4-1 lead at the half, but the
Sandsharks rallied to tie it going into the fourth quarter . . .
Oleg Solendovnik (1G,3A), Kia (2G,1A), David Kasper (1G,1A), Bob
Lilley (1G,1A), and Kenny Pryor (1G,1A, including the game-
winner with 13 seconds left) led the Stingers attack . . .
Arizona's Lee Tschantret and Paul Agyeman had 2 assists each and
Franklin McIntosh had a goal and an assist . . . McIntosh was
ejected, yet again (3rd straight game), for *** conduct 9:52
4th Qtr. and teammate Tschantret was ejected at the end of the
game for abusive language . . . Arizona committed 11 fouls in the
second quarter.

Shots-    Arizona 45, Pittsburgh 28
Fouls-    Arizona 23, Pittsburgh 16
GK-       Pit., Doug Petras W(5-5), 60:00-45-19-6
          Arz., Nat Gonzales L(4-4), 59:47-28-11-7
               Jason Vanocour, 6th att., 0:13-0-0-0

************* CISL PLAYER OF THE WEEK, WEEK FIVE ****************

     Washington Warthogs' midfielder GORAN "SCORIN'" HUNJAK.  He
had 5 goals and an assist in the team's only game VS Dallas,
which had the league's toughest defense and was previously
unbeaten.

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     I will try to post these summaries and results on the
Thursday or Friday following the week, as since all the info is
brought up mostly from scratch, it takes a while to research and
type it all up.  If I have no information at the time for a
particular game, I will post nonetheless what I have.  However,
although eventually I will get the info (hopefully!), I will not
post them (update them) here.  If you e-mail me and ask for stats
for a game, I will be happy to e-mail you personally what I know.
Most of my info comes from the Splash offices and Eric Templin,
PR rep for the Splash, the CISL and individual team news
releases, word-of-mouth from netters like you, and newspaper
accounts.  Most of the stats come from official box scores by the
teams, but even those have some errors in them (especially those
expansion teams at home!).  Also, I may have mistyped something
in my rush to get this information out.  Sorry!  

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Scott M Tamashiro