Lewis & Clark Beats Central Valley in Dramatic Fashion
Lewis & Clark beat Central Valley in overtime to improve to 5-3 in league play (Photo: SWX)
SPOKANE, Wash. -
When the day began, Central Valley at least had hopes of winning the GSL soccer title. By the time the night was over, the Bears lost, handing Mead the outright championship. But at least they put on a good show!
Lewis & Clark struck first against CV, as Austin Giem slipped one past Aiden Dowling to go up 1-0.
In the second half, LC keeper Cody Lang came out to stop Robert Kissinger-Smith. But he sneaks by to score the equalizer.
The match went into overtime. Nick Doran ran down the feed from Tony Buckley-Jones. He scores the golden goal, and the Tigers win 2-1.
Central Valley fell to 5-3 in league play. Mead, who beat winless Rogers 8-1 improved to 7-1. Five teams logjammed with 15 points to end the regular season: CV, UHigh, Lewis & Clark, Mt. Spokane and Ferris. All five had identical 5-3 league records.