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Energy explosion in second half in Arizona
April 13th, 2014 7:56PM

TAGS:  usl


[USL PRO: Week 4] OKC Energy FC got goals from four different players set up by four other players in a 4-0 win over Arizona United Saturday evening at the Peoria Sports Complex in a match that drew 2,888 fans at the Peoria Sports Complex for Arizona's first game of the season.

Energy FC (2-1-0) broke through in the opening minute of the second half as Steven Perry scored on a pass from David Leichty in the 46th minute. Over the next 25 minutes, goals came from Kyle Greig (set up by Tarek Mora), Kyle Miller (Nate Shiffman) and Algerian-Dane Adda Djeziri (Michael Thomas).

Jon Kempin, on loan from Sporting Kansas City, made one save to earn his first shutout of the season.

Also on Saturday ...

Defending champion Orlando City moved into first place in USL PRO with its second consecutive win, a 1-0, decision over the Charleston Battery on FC Dallas loan player Brian Span's first goal.

“Apart from a few isolated incidents, I thought that it would have been a travesty had we not won the game tonight,” said Orlando coach Adrian Heath. “Overall I’m pleased with the win, and I’m pleased that Cobi [Span] got a goal because he’s been working very hard in training.”

-- Sammy Ochoa, who spent three seasons with the Seattle Sounders and before that five seasons in Mexico with Estudiantes Tecos, scored two goals and added an assist in the Wilmington Hammerheads' 4-3 win at Pittsburgh. Daniel Lovitz, on loan from Toronto FC, added a goal and an assist for the Hammerheads.

-- Besides Wilmington, Charlotte and Orange County also picked up their first wins of the season.

Friday night ...

The Dayton Dutch Lions capitalized on a goal by Joe Broekhuizen four minutes into stoppage time to tie the Rochester Rhinos, 1-1, at Miami Valley Hospital Stadium.

Sunday, April 13
10:30 p.m. ET
LA Galaxy II vs. Sacramento
Streaming: USL PRO YouTube | NSCAATV

Saturday, April 12
Charlotte 2 Richmond 1
Pittsburgh 2 Wilmington 4
Orlando City 1 Charleston 0
Orange County 2 Sacramento 1
Arizona United 0 OKC Energy FC 4
Friday, April 11
Dayton 1 Rochester 1
Monday, April 7
Chivas USA Reserves 1 Sacramento 3
LA Galaxy II 4 OKC Energy FC 2

USL PRO, Standings:

8 Orlando City 2-0-2 6/3
7 LA Galaxy II 2-0-1 8/3
6 OKC Energy 2-1-0 8/4
4 Sacramento 1-1-1 5/3
4 Richmond 1-1-1 6/5
4 Wilmington 1-0-1 4/3
4 Dayton 1-1-1 2/4
3 Charlotte 1-1-0 2/2
3 Orange County 1-2-0 3/6
2 Charleston 0-1-2 3/4
1 Harrisburg 0-0-1 0/0
1 Rochester 0-1-1 2/4
1 Pittsburgh 0-2-1 5/8
0 Arizona Utd. 0-1-0 0/4

Tuesday, April 15
8:00 PM
FC Dallas Reserves vs. OKC Energy FC
Friday, April 18
7:30 PM
New York Red Bulls Reserves vs. Charleston
Saturday, April 19
5:00 PM
Richmond vs. Pittsburgh
7:00 PM
Harrisburg vs. Dayton
10:00 PM
Arizona United vs. Sacramento
LA Galaxy II vs. Orange County
Streaming: USL PRO YouTube | NSCAATV

Monday, April 21
12:00 PM
Chicago Fire Reserves vs. Rochester
Tuesday, April 22
8:00 PM
FC Dallas Reserves vs. Orlando City
April 24
10:30 PM
Orange County vs. Harrisburg
Friday, April 25
7:00 PM
Charlotte vs. Chicago Fire Reserves
10:00 PM
Arizona United vs. LA Galaxy II
Saturday, April 26
6:00 PM
Charleston vs. Pittsburgh
7:00 PM
Dayton vs. Richmond
7:30 PM
Wilmington vs. Charlotte
8:00 PM
OKC Energy FC vs. Orlando City
10:30 PM
Sacramento vs. Harrisburg
Sunday, April 27
4:05 PM
Rochester vs. Charleston
7:00 PM
Orange County vs. LA Galaxy II
Streaming: USL PRO YouTube | NSCAATV

1 comment
  1. John Mcpherson
    commented on: April 14, 2014 at 12:17 p.m.
    Your review reads a little harsh on AZ United. Would be good to point out: 1. They had less than a week of preseason. 2. It was tied at 0-0 until the red card and AZ went to 10 men.

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