Certainly it was the Maryland connection in control for Denver–Lee Zink, Drew Snider and most of all Jeremy Sieverts (4 goals on 4 shots). Jesse Bernhardt gets better every week on defense and ground balls.
from the Bayhawks website:
Attackman Drew Westervelt fired in four goals, but it wasn’t enough as the Chesapeake Bayhawks could not hold an early lead and fell to the unbeaten Denver Outlaws, 14-12, at Sports Authority Field in the Mile High City.
Midfielder Michael Kimmel scored two goals and assisted another for Chesapeake, which came out aggressive and seized a 5-1 lead early in the second quarter. Midfielders Ben Hunt and Casey Powell both had a goal and assist for the Bayhawks (7-5), who had a three-game winning streak snapped.
“We played a great first quarter, but we had about five empty possessions that forced us to play a lot of defense and resulted in a lot of transition,” Chesapeake head coach Dave Cottle said. “As a group, we turned the ball over way too much. We gave up way too many unsettled and transition goals. We did a great job of holding their starting attack without a goal, but gave up some goals to short sticks and the face-off man.”