Kansas City Brass
The Kansas City Brass were drilled 5-0 by the Thunder Bay Chill Sunday afternoon. KC were held to just 5 shots during the rain soaked game. The loss puts KC at 4-1-3, their first loss since starting out 0-0-2, and are now tied for second in the Heartland Division. St Louis Lions are atop the standings and have yet to suffer a defeat. KC next play Des Moines on the 21st.
The Reserves started off like the senior team against the Crew on Sunday. Columbus scored two early goals. Ryan Pore finished a cross to bring one back before halftime. In the second half Matt Marquess drew a penalty which was converted by Pore and that evened the game up at 2-2. KC had the run of the game for most of the second half. There was some outstanding play by Espinoza, Morsink and Marquess. But unfortunately the Crew snatched a 3rd goal and handed KC their first Reserves defeat of the season. KC are now 2-2-1 (WDL).