The Kentucky Stickhorses split the weekend with the Baltimore Bombers with an 11-10 overtime win yesterday afternoon. Kentucky had fallen to the Bombers on Friday night 17-14.
Kentucky was led by three point performances from Travis Bland, Jesse Guerin and Brandon Dube. Chazz Woodson also scored his first goal as a Stickhorse, and Spencer Lyons made 41 saves in net.
Dewey Porter scored the biggest goal on the night with his overtime game winner and the eleventh goal on the night for Kentucky. The game was back and forth, and Kentucky led after three despite several penalties.
There was just one goal scored in the first quarter, and that was from Kentucky in yet another game dominated by goaltenders. Baltimore’s Ginny Capicchioni made 42 saves despite the loss.
Matt Hickman led the Bombers with five points after he had picked up six goals againt the Stickhorses on Friday. Also with big games were Andrew Wasik, with his usual three points, along with two goals from Matt Toth.
The loss for Baltimore keeps them in second place after the Boston Rockhoppers moved to 4-1 with their win this weekend. Kentucky moves up to 2-3, and are not behind Baltimore in the tiebreakers as of now.
Baltimore hosts the Rhode Island Kingfish next weekend while the Stickhorses play at Baltimore for the first time in two weeks, with a bye week this week.