THUNDER BAY, ON ------ June 6, 2010 --- The Thunder Bay Chill won both there Friday and Saturday away games.
The Thunder Bay Chill opens their season with a lopsided win over the Kansas City Brass. The Chill put in six unanswered goals in a 6-1 win at William Jewel College in Liberty, Missouri.
Gustavo Oliviera opened the scoring in the 7th minute and the Chill never looked back. Oliviera and strike partner Brandon Swartzendruber ended the game with two goals and one assist each. Andrew Marinez took on the role of playmaker with two assists and one goal. Coady Andrews scored the loan goal for the Brass.
Minute - Player
7th - Gustavo Oliviera
12th - Gustavo Oliviera
15th - Brandon Swartzendruber
45th - Andrew Marinez
47th - Brandon Swartzendruber
76th - Jimmie Mayaleh
81st - Coady Andrews
Steve Paterson earned his first shutout of the season as the Thunder Bay Chill defeated the Rochester Thunder 2-0 on Saturday night. Nolan Intermoia scored both goals for the Chill, helping the team to their second victory in as many nights.
The fans at Rochester Technical Community College saw a scoreless first half, with the Chill feeling the affects of their road trip. However, Nolan Intermoia broke the draw in the second half, scoring for the Chill in the 47th minute. Intermoia secured the win in the 65th minute, scoring his second goal of the match.
Chill Head Coach Tony Colistro was aware his team’s sluggish start, but was happy with the team effot; "Rochester game out hard at first, but we were able withstand the pressure". "Rochester are a strong team, and it was an aggressive game, but we game out on top", Colistro stated.
The second game of the two-game series takes place tomorrow, Sunday, June 6th, 2010 at 4:00 p.m. (EDT).