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Rattlers lose to the top seeded Denver Outlaws

August 12, 2017
DENVER, CO (August 12, 2017) — The Rochester Rattlers lose to the #1 seed and defending champion, Denver Outlaws on Saturday afternoon 15 to 8.

The Rattlers were down 3 to 2 after one quarter of play. Rochester scored the first goal of the second quarter to tie the game but Denver took a three goal lead, 6 to 3 heading into the half. Due to the storm in the area, the game was delayed for slightly over an hour.

Denver came out of the second half ready to score and score they did, holding an 9 to 5 advantage in the half. Denver’s defense was able to keep Rochester off of the score board for a majority of the third quarter into the fourth quarter. Both Jordan MacIntosh and Mike Lazore were able to score two pointers towards the end of the game.

Ty Thompson scored three goals in the game.

With the loss over the Outlaws, the Rattlers 2017 season ends. Thank you to all of our Rochester fans for all of your support, love and passion. The players, coaches and support staff really appreciate it.

Complete stats from the game can be found on the MLL website.


Ty Thompson scored three goals.

Drew Simoneau won 18 out of 25 face-offs and picked up seven ground balls.

Jordan MacIntosh and Mike Lazore each scored one two pointer a piece.

Goalie John Galloway had 11 saves on 26 SOGs.