Blast moves into tie for first place

Victory over California is injury-marred team's seventh straight

Blast 14 Cougars 9

Pro soccer

March 04, 2007|By Todd Karpovich | Todd Karpovich,Special To The Sun

Playing on consecutive nights and hampered by injuries, the Blast showed few signs of fatigue last night against California, beating the Cougars, 14-9, before 7,826 at 1st Mariner Arena.

The win moved the Blast into a tie for first place in the Major Indoor Soccer League with the Detroit Ignition and improved the league's longest winning streak this season to seven.

Blast@Cougars Next Sunday, 8 p.m., 680 AM

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