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  • St. Charles, MO – In a game that saw more than its share of controversy, the St. Louis Ambush saw a four-goal lead evaporate in a 9-8 overtime loss to the Wichita B-52s Saturday night at the Family Arena. The back-and-forth duel saw the two teams tied 3-3 at the halftime break. St. Louis scored four consecutive goals in the third quarter to pull away from Wichita with a 7-3 lead. Wichita then outscored the Ambush 5-1 in the fourth quarter. With the clock running out and the Ambush ahead 8-7, A

  • St. Charles, MO – Eight different players scored goals as the St. Louis Ambush defeated the Tulsa Revolution 11-5 Friday night, January 23 at the Family Arena. The 11-goal game is the highest scoring single game for St. Louis this season. The Ambush improved to 4-9 with the win, while the Revolution dropped to 1-11. Blake Ordell got things started for the Ambush with an unassisted tally at 4:43 of the opening stanza. Less than a minute later (5:13), Clovis Malekani scored the equalizer for Tul

  • St. Charles, Mo – The St. Louis Ambush host two division rivals in back-to-back home games Friday and Saturday at the Family Arena. The Tulsa Revolution (1-10) come to town for the first time ever Friday, January 23 at 7:35 p.m. and the Wichita B-52s (7-6) invade the Family Arena for the only time this season Saturday, January 24 at 7:35 p.m. Friday's match against Tulsa is the first of three meetings between the Revolution and Ambush this season. The Revolution began play in the Professional

  • Park City, KS – The St. Louis Ambush and Wichita B-52s played a close game Saturday night until the fourth quarter when St. Louis scoring and defense both disappeared and Wichita scored five consecutive goals. Wichita walked away with a 14-9 victory, much to the delight of the Hartman Arena fans. Wichita improved to 7-6 with the win, while St. Louis drops to 3-9. Wichita outscored St. Louis in the first quarter with goals by Brady Bryant, Byron Alvarez and two by Matt Clare. The two Ambush goa

  • Independence, MO – The Missouri Comets remained undefeated (13-0) when they handed the St. Louis Ambush a 7-5 loss Friday night at the Independence Events Center. The loss dropped St. Louis' record to 3-8. The Comets shut out the Ambush in the first quarter, then St. Louis returned the favor by blanking Missouri in the second quarter, then the Comets shut out the Ambush in the third quarter. RIGHT: Elvir Kafedzic fakes to his right on a restart, splitting the Comets' defense, allowing Blake

  • St. Charles, MO – The St. Louis Ambush kick off the second half of their 2014-15 MASL season with back to back road games against division rivals this weekend. The first stop is Independence, where the Ambush will battle the Missouri Comets Friday, January 16 at 7:00 p.m. Following the clash with the Comets, the Ambush head east into Kansas to face off with the Wichita B-52s Saturday, January 17 at 7:05 p.m. With ten games played and ten to go, St. Louis finds themselves in fifth place in the

  • St. Charles, MO – Standing five feet, six inches tall and weighing in at 150 pounds, Gordy Gurson is not an imposing figure on the pitch. But what he may lack in stature, he makes up for in stats. In just his first professional season, Gurson leads the MASL in goals (36) and is second in points (48) as of January 12, the day he became a member of the St. Louis Ambush. Gurson was acquired from the Seattle Impact for cash considerations. In announcing the deal, team owner Andrew Haines said, “

  • ST. CHARLES, MO - Capping off a busy day during which Stefan St. Louis was sent to the Milwaukee Wave, the St. Louis Ambush have acquired Gordy Gurson, the MASL Leading Goal Scorer from the Seattle Impact. Terms of the cash transaction were not immediately announced. Gurson, who has scored 36 goals and 12 assists in 13 games, brings an offensive presence to the Ambush that the team has desired. “Gordy is a scoring machine, and we're excited to have obtained his rights today,” said Ambush own

  • ST. CHARLES, MO - After signing with the Ambush prior to the start of the season, Stefan St. Louis has been traded to the Milwaukee Wave in exchange for cash considerations, the team announced today. St. Louis played 9 games with the Ambush this season, tallying 6 goals and 6 assists. “This was a difficult decision, but a move we felt we had to make,” said Ambush owner Andrew Haines. “We really like Stefan and appreciate all he has done for us both on and off the field, and he will have a

  • Park City, KS – The St. Louis Ambush dropped a 7-5 contest when they gave up two late goals to the Wichita B-52s Saturday night, January 10 at Hartman Arena. The Ambush record slipped to 3-7, while the B-52s improved to 6-6. Photo shot from the bench by Ambush Equipment Manager Jason Pilarski.The Ambush and B-52s traded goals in the first quarter, with Byron Alvarez scoring first for Wichita and David Paul answering for St. Louis. Wichita opened the gap in the second quarter with two goals by

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