Press Release July 31, 2000
Olympians Rally, Shooters on
Target, Roma keeps rolling
The Toronto Olympians rallied from a 2-0 score to beat the Oshawa Flames 4-2 and keep their playoffs alive.
The Flames opened quickly with Jimmy Kuzmanovski scoring at the 6th minute on a nice solo effort and extended their lead at the 26 minute mark when John Lawrence's long shot eluded the Olympians goalie. It was then time for Gus Kouzmanis to break out of his scoring slump as he went on to score four goals. Kouzmanis scored three goals in a span of 18 minutes and gave the Olympians a 3-2 lead at the half. Kouzmanis' last goal was scored at the 52 minute mark giving the Olympians the much needed 3 points.
London City continued its winning ways dowsing the Flames on Friday night at the Cove. London needs 1 point from its remaining two games to win Group A and advance to the semi-finals.
In Group B action St. Catharines Roma Wolves remain undefeated and at the top of the group. York Region Shooters moved into second place with a 2-1 win over Toronto Croatia. The Shooters now have back to back wins, and on Wednesday night host the Astros. A win by the Shooters could guarantee them a place in the League Cup.
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