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Tide Come Back to Earn Point on the Peninsula

Post by News Tribune Staff on May 16, 2009 at 10:59 am with No Comments »
May 16, 2009 10:59 am

Tacoma Tide 1 – 1 Kitsap Pumas

Two days after the Tide drew with one puget sound rival, they fought back to grab a point against another local rival. The professional newcomers to the PDL, the Kitsap Pumas, got out to a lead from a Spencer Schomaker goal. The former Tacoma Tide striker found the net for his new team in the 12th minute. The Tide showed resilience in their second game away from home, and eventually it paid off in the form of a Machael David equalizer. The UCSB freshman made it 1-1 after Rory Agu’s effort to drive the ball in from the side met the goal keepers touch. When he couldn’t hold it, Machael David was there to tap it home less than 20 minutes from the final whistle. The match would end with that score and put the Tide on 2 points from two draws. The Pumas move to 7 points on the season from 3 games.


For the full match statistics, click HERE



The Tide play their PDL season opener on this Sunday, May 17 vs the Cascade Surge. The match will kick off at 3:00pm at Curtis HS. Tickets are available online for $9-adults and $4-students or $10 and $5 at the gate.

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