Long Island puts stop to Bays, 5-3

June 26, 1995|By From Staff Reports

Paul Reilly scored the game-winner with 2:52 left on an assist by Christopher Armas, and Cordt Weinstien added a goal one minute later as the visiting Long Island Rough Riders defeated the Baltimore Bays, 5-3, in United States International Soccer League action yesterday at UMBC.

Baltimore (2-11) led 3-1 until Weinstien scored his first goal at the 46:25 mark of the second half. Bays Tim Wittman received a red card at 47:00 for arguing a foul and Baltimore played a man down for the rest of the half.

Armas, who scored the opening goal at 7:11 in the first, tied the game at 50:03 to set up Reilly.

Long Island (13-1) outshot Baltimore 26-12 and Rough Riders goalie Eugenio Mieles made six saves, one more than the Bays' Dave Barrueta.

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