Wings get win over CometsPARK CITY — The Wichita Wings downed the Missouri Comets for the first time in three times, winning 10-4 Friday in Major Indoor Soccer League play at the Hartman Arena. Geison scored two goals with an assist for the Wings. Frederico Moojen added a goal with an assist. Miguel Ferrer and Kareem Yearwood each added a goal. Matt Clair also dished an assist. Vahid Assadpour and Byron Alvarez each had a goal for the Comets. Mads Falck added an assist. Wichita led 6-2 at the half. Sanaldo had 13 saves against 15 shots for the win in goal for Wichita. Missouri goalkeeper Danny Waltman had 13 saves against 18 shots on goal. Wichita improves to 3-6. Missouri falls to 5-6. Wichita hosts Syracuse at 7:35 p.m. Friday.Missouri 0 2 2 0 —4 Wichita 4 2 0 4 —10 FIRST QUARTER — Scoring: 1. W Ferrer (unassisted) 6:41. 2. W Yearwood (Clare, Geison) 8:51. Penalties: M Harris (boarding) 2m. 14:13. SECOND QUARTER — Scoring: 3. W Geison (Moojen) 8:16, 4. M Alvarez (unassisted) 10:47. Penalties: . THIRD QUARTER — Scoring: 5. M Assadpour (Falck) 14:52. Penalties: W Tiguinho (tripping) 2m. :53, M Stokic (misconduct) 5m.-yellow card 14:23. FOURTH QUARTER — Scoring: 6. W Moojen (unassisted) 9:21, 7. W Gieson (unassisted) 12:21-pp. Penalties: M Cristiano (boarding) 2m. 11:57, M Cristiano (kicking ball in stands) 5m.-yellow card 12:21. Shots on goal — Missouri 15, Wichita 17. Saves — Missouri: Waltman (L, 4-3, 57:23, 10 pga) 13; Assadpour-6a (2:37, 0 pa) 0. Wichita: Sanaldo (W, 60:00, 3-5, 4 pa) 13. Blocked shots — Missouri 6 (Junge 2), Wichita 17 (Quiroz 4). Time — 2:05. Attendance — 2,500.Cal women beat KansasBERKELEY, Calif. (AP) — Layshia Clarendon scored a season-high 28 points, one of five California players in double figures, and the eighth-ranked Golden Bears beat No. 19 Kansas 88-79 on Friday night. Gennifer Brandon added 17 points and 10 rebounds for the Golden Bears (9-1), who matched the best start in school history. Talia Caldwell made all five of her shots and had 12 points. Reshanda Gray added 13 and Afure Jemerigbe scored 10. Angel Goodrich had 21 points to lead the Jayhawks (9-2), who were playing their third road game. Carolyn Davis added 16 points, Natalie Knight had 13 and Chelsea Gardner 12. Brittany Boyd sank a layup in the final seconds of the first half, giving Cal a 42-35 lead at the break. It was the most points allowed by Kansas in a half this season. The Golden Bears, who have started the same five players in every game, used an 11-0 run to overcome a strong Kansas start and open a seven-point edge. Both teams shot better than 50 percent in the first half. Cal took advantage of its 12 offensive rebounds for a 16-6 advantage in second-chance points. Kansas played its 94th game against a Pac-12 opponent, although 88 have been against former Big 12 rival Colorado. The Jayhawks have played Cal more often than any other Pac-12 foe aside from the Buffaloes. The Jayhawks, who last played the Golden Bears five years ago, fell to 2-19 under coach Bonnie Henrickson against teams ranked in the top 10. Cal leads the series between the schools 4-1.