Bayhawks Soar; Cannons Silenced; Nationals, Outlaws Win

Just under two minutes into the fourth quarter, attackman Connor Martin ended a nearly 17-minute scoring drought by scoring on an unassisted marker, which started a four-point run by the Machine to close the gap to 15-6.

Rookie midfielder Drew Snider stopped the Machine's run by scoring an unassisted goal with 8:25 left before the Machine tallied back-to-back goals to close the gap to 16-8.

While Mundorf paced the Outlaws with his six-point effort, Bocklet recorded the first "hat trick" of his career with three goals along with an assist.

Woodson led Ohio with two goals and two assists.

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2012-06-10



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