Ambush (17-4) Completes Sweep of Kansas City with 25-13 Win

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Ambush (17-4) Completes Sweep of Kansas City with 25-13 Win


The Ambush made a clean sweep of Kansas City over the weekend.

On Sunday, player-coach Daryl Doran's crew defeated the Attack 25-13 in front of 3,694 in Kemper Arena. Saturday night, the Ambush beat Kansas City 23-12 before 12,750 at Kiel Center.

The back-to-back victories allowed the Ambush to open a 2 1/2-game lead over the Attack in the National Division of the National Professional Soccer League. The Ambush is first with a 17-4 record, best in the NPSL, and Kansas City is second at 16-8.

"This was definitely a big win, being on the road and against Kansas City," said Doran, who sat out his second game because of a knee injury. He expects to be out at least another two weeks.

"We know we'll see them somewhere" in the playoffs, Doran added. "So it's good to get a little edge on them now."

The Ambush has won three of four against Kansas City this season.

The Ambush trailed Sunday's game 10-3 early in the second quarter but rallied with a big fourth period. Mark Moser scored twice in the fourth as the Ambush outscored KC 14-2. …

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