by McKayla Malloy

MESQUITE, Texas (March 21, 2024) – Texas Outlaws won 9-4 against the Baltimore Blast at Mesquite Arena in Mesquite, Texas. The Outlaws are now 11-11-1 and the Blast are 9-10-2.

The first quarter of the game at Mesquite Arena started with a goal from Vini Dantas in the 4th minute. A second Outlaws goal was scored, once again by Vini Dantas, in the 8th minute, Stephen Gonzales made it three for the Outlaws in the 12th minute. The 4th and final goal of the quarter was once again, an Outlaws goal, scored by Andy Reyes. In the second quarter, the Blast got on the board with a goal in the first minute, by Patrick Thompson. A second goal for the Blast was scored by Joshio Sandoval in the 7th minute. The Outlaws up 4-2 going into the second half.

In the third quarter, the Blast scored in the first 16 seconds, scored by Moises Gonzales. This was the only goal scored in the quarter. In the fourth quarter, Vini Dantas scored his hattrick goal in the 5th minute.  Jorge Deleon scored a 6th goal for the Outlaws in the 6th minute. Brenden Lee scored the 7th goal in the 7th minute. Moises Gonzales scored for the Blast in the 9th minute. David Ortiz scored an empty netter goal during a power play in the 14th minute. The final goal was scored by VcMor Eligwe in the last 20 seconds. Outlaws won 9-4.

The Texas Outlaws will be taking on the San Diego Sockers for round 1 of playoffs on April 6th at Mesquite Arena. Kick off for the game is 7:05 pm CT. Tickets for Outlaws home games are on sale NOW! Games can be viewed live on the MASL Twitch channel, and game updates will be given on all Texas Outlaws social media accounts (@texasoutlawsfc).  Tickets for upcoming home games can be purchased by going to www.TexasOutlaws.com/tickets.

The Major Arena Soccer League represents the highest level of professional arena soccer in the world. The MASL features teams across North America, with teams playing coast-to-coast in the United States, Canada and Mexico. The MASL is currently incorporated as a 501(c)6 not for profit corporation formed to promote the business and sport of arena soccer.