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Feb. 13, 2016

6:05 pm

Citizens Business Bank Arena

Ontario Fury

Ontario Fury

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Pacific Division

 

Rank Team GP W L WPCT
1 Sonora 16 14 2 .875
2 Tacoma 16 11 5 .688
3 San Diego
16 10 6 .625
4 Ontario
16 9 7 .563
5 Dallas 15 7 8 .467

 

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  • FURY BURNED BY SOLES DE SONORA
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    (Photo by Luis Gutierrez/NortePhoto.com) The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, had a five-point performance from Nelson Santana in his first game back from US National Futsal Team duty, but it wasn’t enough as the Pacific Division-leading Soles de Sonora beat the Fury 17-8 at Centro de Usos Muncipal in Hermisillo, Sonora, Mexico.Santana scored twice and had three assists in the game, which also saw a three-point performance from Stephen Basso, who had one goal and two assists
  • SOCKERS POWER PAST FURY IN PHYSICAL BATTLE
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    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, got a hat trick from Lucio Gonzaga, but it wasn’t enough as the San Diego Sockers scored three power play goals to defeat the Fury 7-5 Sunday in front of 3,078 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.The two Pacific Division rivals battled to a 2-2 halftime score, as Gonzaga scored both Fury goals and Matt Clare scored both goals for the Sockers. But San Diego scored the first three goals of the third quarter to open a 5-2 lead, as Kraig Chiles s
  • BIG THIRD QUARTER HELPS FURY SHORT OUT SURGE
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    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, scored three goals in 1:01 during a four-on-four manpower situation in the third period to turn a one-goal advantage into a four-goal advantage as they beat the Sacramento Surge 10-4 Friday in front of 4,052 at Citizens Business Bank Arena.The Surge, who entered the game 1-11, held the Fury to just two goals in the first half, as goaltender Emanuel Lopez made 15 saves in the first 30 minutes. But the Surge replaced Lopez in the second half
  • FURY COMPLETE PERFECT TRIP, BEAT SACRAMENTO
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    The Ontario Fury, Driven by Mark Christopher Chevrolet, extended its winning streak to four games by defeating the Sacramento Surge 10-8 Saturday at Estadio Azteca in Sacramento.Mauricio Salles scored four goals and added one assist, as the Fury held onto third place in the Pacific Division. Ontario also got a pair of goals from both Stephen Basso and Robert Tornel, as the Fury won its fourth in a row on the road for the first time in team history.Ontario gave up the game’s first goal, but sco
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