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OC Cowboys complete dramatic comeback to take 2016 Pro Tour Championships
Las Vegas Knights 6, San Diego Hosers 3
The Las Vegas Knights never do anything the easy way but they are finding a way to win, coming back 
from a 2-0 deficit with four unanswered goals to knock off the San Diego Hosers 6-3.  The Hosers fought 
back and the score stood at 4-3 throughout the third quarter and well into the fourth when Marcus Esperza scored an insurance goal for the Knights at
 5:32 of the final period.  Things really went south for the Hosers when David Baldwin was called for a high stick with 2:32 remaining on the clock.  Esperza sealed the deal 
with an empty netter at the :32 mark.  The Knights leading scorer, Tim Mullis had a two-goal night for Las Vegas.     

South Coast Savage 8, SoCal Phantoms 2
The SoCal Phantoms jumped on the Savage early
 with two goals from Greg Hughes to take a 2-0 lead 
on the South Coast Savage.   

Then it got ugly!  South Coast responded with 8 unanswered goals taking a 3-2 lead at halftime and blowing it out in the sccond half for an 8-2 win. Ryan Burrows had a two-goal game for the Savage while 
six other South Coast players got in on the scoring.

​LA Pama Cyclones 9, OC Cowboys 4
For three periods, this game lived up to it's advance 
billing with the LA Pama Cyclones taking a 4-2 lead at halftime, only to see the Cowboys counter in the third period to draw within a goal at 4-3 at the end of three periods.  The 4th quarter was all Pama as they put four goals on the board for a comfortable 8-4 win.

Travis Noe was the big gun for LA with four goals as the Cyclones took sole posession of first place in the Division..

South Coast Savage 4, San Diego Hosers 2
In a game the San Diego Hosers had to win to stay in the playoff race, they just could not get it done, falling to the upstart South Coast Savage 4-2.  It was the second win of the day for South Coast and kept them alive in the Wild Card playoff race. 

The Hosers took an early lead on a goal from Billy Metcalf
​but Alex Flores's two goals gave the Savage the lead and they ever got the lead again throughout the game.  Kyle Sharke and Jackson Faust extended the Savage lead in the final period.

Takes Back the Lead! 
LA Has A Big 4th Q!
Cowboys & Vegas Split, Tie For 2nd
South Coast Surge Move Into Playoff Hunt!
San Diego Drops 2!
Week 3 of the Super Leage West provided more surprises as the South Coast Savage. with two wins,  moved into the playoff hunt with the Las Vegas Knights.

Three teams battling for two Wild Card entries into the playoffs!

OC Cowboys 5, Las Vegas Knights 4 ( OT)
This was the game of the night and it went al the way to OT.  The Knights jumped of to a 2-0 lead on goals from Tyler Myers and Matt Sbraham but the Cowboys countered with a goals from Joseph Aquirre.  Tim Mullis extended the Vegas lead to 3-1 at the half.

James Lorberg added a 3rd period goal to take a 4-2 lead and that was it for the day for Las Vegas.

Kevin Mooney got the Cowboys closer at the 7;22 mark of the final period and then everything went wrong for Las Vegas.  Keith Abraham was sent off for a trip at the  2:32 mark and,m with 17 seconds on the clock, Kevin Mooney got the equalizer for Orange County

Kevin Mooney nailed the OT goal for the Cowboys.

LA Pama Cyclones 12, SoCal Phantoms 2
This one was over before it began.  Pama was on their way to a $1,000 night and eight minutes into the game had a 4-1 lead.  Leading 7-1 at th half, LA coasted the rest of the way for their second win of the night.
Chicago Windy City Hustlers        6  2  0  57  52  12

Detroit Phoenix                           5  2  1  47  41   11

Pittsburgh Steel                          3  4  1  37  45    7

Ohio River Monsters                    2  4  2  53  57    6

DC Filibusters                              2  5  1  35  52    5
LA Pama Cyclones                        5  1  0  44  20   10

Orange County Cowboys                4  2  0  33 30     8

Las Vegas Knights                        3  2  1  26  21    7

South Coast Savage                      3  2  1  29  27    7

San Diego Clutch Hosers               2  4  0  27  30    4

SoCal Phantoms                            1   5  0  16  46   2
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