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​                September 24
4:00 Las Vegas Knights vs. San Diego Hosers
5:00 South Coast Savage vs. SoCal Phantoms
6:00 OC Cowboys vs. LA Pama Cyclones
7:00 San Diego Hosers vs. South Coast Savage
8:00 OC Cowboys vs. Las Vegas Knights
9:00 SoCal Phantoms vs. LA Pama Cyclones

LA Pama Cyclones 6, South Coast Savage 2
The South Coast Savage had a great 1st quarter, it was the rest of the game that proved to be a problem. The Savage jumped off to a 2-0 first quarter lead on goals from Ryan Burrows and Andrew Lau. Then things really went South for the South Coast team as the LA Pama Cyclones put six unanswered goals on the board for comfortable win.  Thomas Woods and John Seimer each had two-goal nights for the Cyclones.

OC Cowboys 7, San Diego Clutch Hosers 3
The OC Cowboys were were never really challenged in this game, taking a 4-0 lead before the San Diego Hosers got interested in the game. The Hosers scored twice late in the 2nd quarter and gave the appearance that they would make a game of it. Never happened. The Cowboys added two more in the third period and coasted to a 7-3 win. Everybody got into the scoring act for the Cowboys with seven goals from seven different Cowboys. 

SoCal Phantoms 3, Las Vegas Knights 1
This was the Super Bowl for the winless SoCal Phantoms and they played that way. Possibly looking ahead to their showcase game with the LA Pama Cyclones, the Las Vegas Knights  was short on energy and, unfortunately for Coach Adam Stio’s team, short on goals. The Phantoms got an early goal from Brad HughesTim Mullis equalized for Vegas but The Phantoms countered immediately with a goal from Jakob Romo. SoCal played great difference the rest of the way, preserving their 2-1 lead until Matt Hau gave them the insurance goal late in the 3rd quarter.

A great first win for the SoCal Phantoms and a puzzling performance from a Vegas team that had gained a lot of respect after their upset of the OC Cowboys earlier in the season.

OC Cowboys 7, South Coast Savage 6 (OT)
If they fail to make the playoffs, this the game the South Coast Savage will look back on this game with dismay. Trailing the OC Cowboys 4-2 at the half, the Savage came out blazing in the 3rd period with four unanswered goals to take a 6-4 lead.

South Coast held on to the lead throughout the balance of the game until everything went wrong at the end. Really wrong. They allowed Kyle Mooney to score with 1:17 remaining in the game. Hanging on to a one goal lead late, It all came unravelled for the Savage when PJ Kavaya was called for a high stick.  Kevin Mooney struck again for the Cowboys at the :34 mark to force OT.  

2:15 into overtime, Joey Madrid nailed the game winner over a stunned South Coast Savage team.  

Las Vegas Knights 7, LA Pama Cyclones 1
Would somebody please explain the Las Vegas Knights to MLRH Super League fans? Tact is, they just might be unexplainable. After an embarrassing performance earlier in the day, losing to the winless SoCal Phantoms, the Knights came out blazing with three unanswered goals in the first half against a stunned LA Pama Cyclones team for a 3-0 lead.  Tim Mullis add his second goal for Vegas to open the 3rd period, as the Knights rolled to a 4-0 lead over the unbeaten Cyclones. Finally, Zak Walters scored the Cyclones lone goal at the 6:24 mark of the 3rd period to make it a 4-1 lead. At that point, the fans were still thinking Pama would rally.

Didn’t happen. Vegas added three more to complete the rout over the first place Cyclones. Nobody, but nobody, saw this coming as the Vegas team posted their second huge upset in as many outings, having knocked off the OC Cowboys on opening night. Tim Mullis lead the Knights scoring with a hat trick.

The bizarre thing is that this Vegas team needed this win just get even at 2-2 in the Super League West Playoff race.

San Diego Hosers 10, SoCal Phantoms 3
After falling behind early 2-0 to the SoCal Phantoms, the San Diego Hosers put on a show with nine unanswered goals in a come that was never in doubt,midway through the second period. Quite simply, the hosers speed was too much for the Phantoms.  

Reed Kinsey and Charles Baldwin each recorded hat tricks of the Hosers who now stand 2-2 in the division.

Las Vegas Knights blast previously unbeaten LA Pama Cyclones 7-1
OC Cowboys win two to move into first place tie with LA  Phantoms get a win!

A happy bunch of Las Vegas Knights
Eric Hernadez 
was brilliant in
goal for Las Vegas.
The Las Vegas Knights, one of the most confounding teams in all of sports,
opened Super League play on the road against the SOCal Phantoms and found a way to lose to the only winless team in the league.  Saturday night, they beat the stuffing out of the LA Pama Cyclones 7-1
in a shocker.

Go figure!
The Super League West is tough!
Ask the Las Vegas Knights who upset LA
but earlier, lost 3-1 to a hard-working
SoCal Phantoms team.  The Phantoms clung to a 2-1 lead throughout most of the game, playing a gritty defensive game
and hung on to win. 

League officials are thrilled with the parity
in the West Division.