Stealth stay undefeated

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  • Thursday, January 28, 2010 5:08pm
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CALGARY — The Washington Stealth held off a late rally to defeat the Calgary Roughnecks 16-15 on Saturday in a National Lacrosse League game. Former Roughneck Lewis Ratcliff had six goals and three assists as the Stealth improved to 4-0. Calgary dropped to 1-2.

After Washington jumped out to a 5-1 lead in the first quarter, Calgary stormed back in the second, scoring eight times on Stealth goaltender Matt Roik to tie the score 9-9 heading into halftime. Craig Conn scored a natural hat trick with three goals in the quarter.

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First quarter—1, Washington, Zywicki 9 (Rabil, Duch), 2:39. 2, Washington, Sedgwick 6 (Ratcliff, Zywicki), 3:46. 3, Calgary, Sanderson 7 (Conn, Ranger), 5:27. 4, Washington, Rabil 3, 11:50. 5, Washington, Ratcliff 7 (Duch, Dalgarno), 12:16. 6, Washington, Ratcliff 8 (Sedgwick, Duch), 12:46.

Second quarter—7, Washington, Ratcliff 9 (Dalgarno, Wiles), 1:41. 8, Calgary, Dobbie 4 (Sanderson, Shattier), 2:12. 9, Calgary, Conn 4 (Shattier, Kilby), 2:35. 10, Calgary, Ranger 3 (Kelusky, Carnegie), 3:18. 11, Calgary, Conn 5 (Carnegie, McFetridge), 4:20. 12, Washington, Hodgson 1 (Bloom), 5:45. 13, Calgary, Dobbie 5 (Sanderson, Conn) 7:12. 14, Calgary, Sanderson 8 (Moleski, Shattier), 7:27. 15, Washington, Ratcliff 10 (Rabil, Sedgwick), 9:09. 16, Washington, Duch 6, 9:17. 17, Calgary, Kelusky 5 (Shattier, Wray), 10:53. 18, Calgary, Conn 6 (Kelusky, Shattier), 14:25.

Third quarter— 19, Washington, Ratcliff 11 (Rabil, Zywicki), 2:54. 20, Washington, Sedgwick 7 (Ratcliff), 6:03. 21, Calgary, Conn 7 (Shattier), 6:13. 22, Calgary, Sanderson 9 (Dobbie, Conn), 9:56. 23, Washington, Wiles 6 (Zywicki, Dalgarno), 10:51. 24, Calgary, Moleski 2 (Manning), 10:09. 25, Calgary, Sanderson 10, 12;37. 26, Calgary, Dobbie 6 (Ranger), 0:22.

Fourth quarter—27, Washington, Zywicki 10 (Ratcliff), 2:01. 28, Washington, Sedgwick 8 (Sorensen, Bloom), 2:13. 29, Washington, Wiles, 7 (Duch, Roik), 7:17. 30, Washington, Ratcliff 12 (Zywicki, Rabil), 12:38. 31, Calgary, Dobbie 7 (Kelusky, Sanderson), 14:05.

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