Bayhawks Get Struck By Barrage 22-11
Thursday, July 27, 2006
By Erin Vosburgh
After a long lightning delay, the game between the Philadelphia Barrage and Baltimore Bayhawks officially began at 8:53. The Barrage got off to a two-goal lead early in the first quarter with goals by Roy Colsey and Bobby Horsey. Baltimore came back to tie the game at two, with goals by Kevin Frew and Kyle Dixon. Colsey scored his second of the night to give the Barrage the lead. At 9:10 p.m., with 3:23 left on the game clock in the first quarter, the game was delayed again due to lightning. At 10:07 p.m., both teams returned to the field and resumed the game. Baltimore scored the first goal three seconds in to play to tie the game. B.J. Prager scored his first of the night for the Barrage to end the first quarter, giving Philadelphia the lead. Mark Millon scored his first of the night for the Bayhawks, keeping the score tied at four. Colsey scored his third of the night, followed by a goal from Michael Springer. The score at the end of the first half was Philadelphia 6, Baltimore 4.