Blast drops fifth consecutive game

Team `had a lot of opportunities to score,' but is done in by power-play goal in 4th quarter

Cougars 7 Blast 4

Pro soccer

December 16, 2007|By Kevin Niendorf | Kevin Niendorf,Special to The Sun

STOCKTON, Calif. -- The Blast extended its losing streak to five games last night as a three-point goal on a power play in the final quarter gave the California Cougars a 7-4 victory.

California scored five of its seven points during two power plays in the second half, something the Blast has had trouble with all season. The Blast allows goals a league-worst 62 percent of the time when down a man.

Ironmen@Blast Jan. 4, 7:35 p.m., 680 AM

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