With just 26 seconds remaining on the clock, Sam Komara entered the ball and made a great pass to Irvin Argueta. Irvin then proceeded to make an incredible goal with just 14 seconds completing a remarkable comeback. The Cavaliers started the game slow and was down 3-0 and looking like they were going to get blown out again. However, Maynor Cantarero was not about to let that happen as he dodged 2 Knight defenders and cut the lead to 3-1. His goal inspired his teammates as just 1 minute later Sam went coast to coast cutting the lead to 3-2. Then 2 minutes later Maynor dropped a pass off to Jamahl Walker who promptly tied the game just before halftime.
The Knights took a 4-3 lead into the 4th quarter. Dominating the faceoff, Kevin Tellez scoped the ground ball and raced down the left sideline. As he approached the goal he was double teamed and he spotted a wide open Mason Dykes. Mason seeing the opening took a shot that zoomed pass the goalie tying the game again at 4 a piece.
After a few positions the Knights number 16 broke free and scored a great goal giving them the 1 point lead. However, there was no quit in the Cavaliers as they found a way to tie the game once more. Your Cavaliers play their last game tonight vs Einstein at 3:45 at the Kennedy Stadium.