Bays win in sudden death

January 29, 1995|By From Staff Reports

TULSA, Okla. -- Eric Riedlbauer scored five goals -- two in the last two minutes of the game and inadvertently the game-winner in sudden death -- to give the Baltimore Bays a 10-9 win over the Tulsa Ambush (5-5) in a United States Interregional Soccer League game last night.

Down 9-7 with two minutes to play, the Bays (11-2) went to a sixth attacker with Billy Ronson in goal. Riedlbauer scored with 1:22 to play to cut the lead to one and then sent the game to sudden death by scoring his fourth goal with 38 seconds remaining.

In overtime, Joe Barger's blast bounced of Riedlbauer and skidded past Ambush goalkeeper Chris Butler for the clinching goal. The win kept the Bays in first place in the North-South Division.

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