Myers scored two goals in the last quarter and J.T. Noone and Max Ferdinand also scored during Baltimore's five-minute five-goal run to end the game.
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The Blast got goals from Myers and Ferdinand in the first four minutes of the second quarter to cut its deficit to 7-4. Rookie Lucas Roque added a goal seconds before halftime to make it 7-6.
With the Wings leading 11-6 with five minutes left in the game, Noone scored the first of the Blast's five fourth-quarter goals. Lucio Gonzaga's 3-point goal at 11:42 gave Baltimore its first lead of the night, 13-11, and Ferdinand's second goal, a power-play shootout goal, sealed the victory.
Blast 0 6 0 11 — 17
Wichita 7 0 2 2 — 11
FIRST QUARTER: 1. Wichita, Freddy Moojen (Adrian Gonzalaez), 9:48, 2. Wichita, Miguel Ferrer, 13:22; 3. Wichita, Freddy Moojen, 13:52.Penalties: None.
SECOND QUARTER: 1. Baltimore, Ptah Myers (Mike Lookingland), 1:04; 2. Baltimore, Max Ferdinand (Adriano Dos Santos), 3:39; 3. Lucas Roque (Pat Healey), 14:39. Penalties: None.
THIRD QUARTER: 4. Wichita, Freddy Moojen (Miguel Ferrer), 13:15.Penalties: Wichita, Victor Quiroz (2 minutes) Striking, 6:52.
FOURTH QUARTER: 5. Wichita, Adrian Gonzalez (Kareem Yearwood), 5:33; 4. Baltimore, J.T. Noone, 9:57; 5. Baltimore, Ptah Myers (Adauto Neto), 10:44; 6. Baltimore, Lucio Gonzaga (3PG) (Pat Healey), 11:42; 7. Baltimore, Ptah Myers, 12:10; 8. Baltimore, Max Ferdinand (PPG/SOG), 14:33. Penalties: Wichita, Chris Lemons (2 minutes), Tripping, 14:30.
Shots: Blast: 31, Wichita: 26. Power play: Blast: 1 for 2; Wichita: 0 for 0. Goalkeepers: Blast, William Vanzela: 11 saves, 16 shots faced; Wichita, Sanaldo: 12 saves, 18 shots faced. Att: 4,500
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