TULSA, Okla. – John Sosa, Max Touloute and Robert Palmer each scored a hat trick as the Missouri Comets remained undefeated with a 15-5 road victory Saturday night over the Tulsa Revolution at the Cox Business Center.

Eight different players scored for the Comets while goalkeeper Brendan Allen appeared in goal for the first time this year to pick up the easy victory.

Captain Vahid Assadpour, Palmer and Touloute each scored as the Comets took a 3-1 advantage after one quarter.

The Comets carried that momentum into the second quarter when they notched five more goals. Brian Harris scored the first two goals and Touloute, Leo Gibson and Palmer added goals to make it 8-2 at halftime.

In the third quarter, Sosa scored three consecutive tallies in less than a four-minute span and Missouri took an 11-3 lead into the final period.

Perez, Palmer, Andre Braithwaite and Touloute wrapped up the Comets’ scoring in the fourth quarter as Missouri improved to 7-0.

The Comets will play host to the Wichita B-52s for the second time this season on at 7:05 p.m. Saturday at the Independence Events Center. Tickets in all price ranges remain for the game.