We knew Kristine Lilly was good, but we didn’t know one of her shots could knock out the stadium lights. Just minutes after Lilly put the USA up 2-0, all the stadium lights at the Home Depot Center went dark. Poof! The outage didn’t seem to faze the U.S. team, or referee Kari Seitz, as the match went on without a hitch with the final five minutes being played in twilight. (Said U.S. goalkeeper Hope Solo: “My eyes adjusted quickly.”) Remember your youth club practices when your coach made you train right up until you couldn’t make out who was on your team in the small-sided game? Well, we were about 10 minutes from that, but the HDC staff did well to quickly get the lights back on and the second half started without delay, no doubt making the folks at ESPN happy. Apparently, a “rolling power outage” hit the HDC, but a stop on the Warped Tour 2007 was taking place all day in the parking lot outside the stadium and anyone who knows their Sum 41 from their Flogging Molly knows that those bands play it hard and play it loud, and that had to suck some serious watts or volts or whatever units of measurement we measure electricity in. Meanwhile, inside the stadium, the U.S. team was rockin’ and rollin’, getting goals second half goals from Lindsay Tarpley and Heather O’Reilly.