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Comets prepare for two-game weekend

38 the Spot will broadcast Sunday’s game against the Blast as part of a new TV deal for the Comets.

Orlando sixth attacker tries to tackle Grant while he is scoring.
Thad Bell

Comets are ready to take on two opponents this weekend, first against the Orlando SeaWolves at home, then they head away for a meeting with the Baltimore Blast.

The first game of the weekend is against the SeaWolves, a fellow South Central Division rival. The game will kick off at 7:35 PM CT on Friday with tickets still available.

Orlando enters the game in fourth place in the division with two less games played and a 6-8 record. Orlando is led by Gordy Gurson with 22 goals and 14 assists.

The Comets are led by Leo Gibson with 21 goals and 22 assists, although John Sosa has really come to life with six assists and a goal from the last three matches. KC is second with a two game lead over the Ambush.

After Orlando, the Comets head east for a renewal of a feisty rivalry with the Baltimore Blast. Baltimore enters the match second in the Eastern Division with a 11-6 record. Danny Kelly’s side are led by both Jonatas Melo and Vinicius Dantas, who have combined for 31 goals and 17 assists.

It will be interesting to see how the Comets adjust to a small field in Baltimore. Kickoff will be at 2:00 PM CT on Sunday and can be see on 38 the Spot or Masl.tv.

The Comets also announced a new broadcast deal with 38 the Spot. The first game on 38 the Spot will be Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Blast.

The Comets defeated Orlando 9-4 in their last meeting
Thad Bell