Oklahoma City FC Scores Three Second Half Goals to beat FC Tulsa Spirit 4-1
Alissa Jones broke a 1-1 halftime tie with two early second half goals to lead Oklahoma City FC past FC Tulsa Spirit 4-1 in their final WPSL Southwest Conference contest of the season.
FC Tulsa Spirit grabbed the early lead when Kaylan Prall scored at the 11-minute mark. Meghan McMahon Black evened the score on a pass from Dria Hampton and the teams remained tied 1-1 at the half.
Jones broke the game open with goals at 53 and 58, both unassisted, to give Oklahoma City FC a 3-1 lead and control of the game. FC Tulsa Spirit had to play the final 30 minutes shorthanded after Ashley Burnett was assessed a red card after her second yellow. Jade Ovendale finished the scoring for Oklahoma City FC with an assist from Morgan McDougal at 89. It was Ovendale’s 13th goal of the season
Oklahoma City FC finished the season at 9-3-2, winning their last four matches but missed the WPSL playoffs after reaching the Final Four last season.