Sunday's afternoon contest shaped into the tale of two games. Although outnumbered and outsized, the Attack proved they could skate with the talented Keller team with superior play through late in the second period. With Keller coming out hot, the Attack blueliners led by their captains Clarke and Colburn did their best to thwart the mercilous onslaught of the blue and gold forwards. Loggins and Breuer, joined by the rookie Valerie Koenig, brought up form the minors in a mid-season power play, kept pace and closed out the first deadlocked at no score, despite being outshot 10-2. Koppmann was stellar in the pipes turning away all attempts.The game began to open up in the second when Keller pounced on a rare rebound to take the one goal led. Three minutes later, Breuer would find Lucas Snetsinger for his seventh of the year to tie the game at one. The contest would stay even until late in the second when Keller final got their big break. Keller seemed to make one simple adjustment to bring their defenders into the game in their offensive zone. This quick change allowed Keller to spread out the Attack forwards and get some big bodies in front of the young Attack netminder. Over the next three minutes, Keller would prove deadly striking four times with this provem method. With the dust settling after a hard fought battle, it was clear that Arlington Midolthian had the talent and drive to skate with the Keller team and with a few forward adjustments to the defensive zone play they will be poised for a victory in their next meeting Thursday evening.