It was an offensive clinic as Chrome LC secured their first ever win, taking down Chaos LC on Sunday afternoon. Chrome was able to limit the Chaos defense and use their transition game to spark a lot of early offense, which they took full advantage of.
Chaos was able to get a lot of great looks on cage and capitalize, but that didn’t seem to matter with their defensive woes. The Chrome offense was able to fully take over late in the game to secure their first-ever win.
As usual, Chaos got their offense going fairly quickly with Josh Bryne finding the back of the cage on their first possession. After a few possession changes Jordan MacIntosh got Chrome on the board with a diving finish, stretching around the goal.
Chaos answered very quickly with Connor Fields scoring inside, finishing a beautiful transition sequence. A three-goal run for Chrome that included two goals from Jordan Wolf put them up 4-2 heading into the second.
While John Moderski continued the Chrome run just twelve seconds into the second quarter Chaos soon awoke once again. Jake Froccaro and Eric Scott scored two quick ones for Chaos, cutting the Chrome lead to 5-3.
Chrome Brett Queener went down with an injury midway through the second, but they seemed to step up even more after that. Chrome went on a four-goal run, including two from Jordan MacIntosh to complete a first quarter hat trick. The half ended with a ton of play in the middle of the field as neither team could really settle the ball to finish the half.
Down 9-4 coming out of the locker room, Chaos woke up once again as they went on a three-goal run to cut the Chrome lead to 9-7 midway through the quarter. Connor Fields had two during that run, including a behind the back finish off a feed in transition.
following some back-and-forth play, Chrome went on a three-goal run of their own, pushing their lead to 13-8. The quarter ended with both teams trading goals as Chrome maintained a 14-9 lead heading into the fourth.
Chrome dominated possession early on in the fourth and capitalized with Jordan Wolf getting one to go right on the inside. Connor Fields answered on the very next possession for Chaos to get their offense started in the fourth. Chrome was able to finish out the game dominating on both ends to secure the 19-11 win.