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Examiner
  • Fort's streak stopped by shootout

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  • The Fort Osage nine-game boys soccer winning streak ended in dramatic fashion.
    After two 10-minute overtimes, host Staley outpaced Fort Osage 5-4 in a shootout to post a key 2-1 Suburban Middle Seven victory Thursday night. The teams share first place in the conference at 5-1.
    Career scoring leader Richmond Forbis scored the only Fort Osage (9-3) goal, the 97th of his career.
    “It couldn’t happen to a nicer young man,” Fort Osage coach Andrew Fletcher said of Forbis' career record set earlier in the week. “I am really proud of him and how he has handled himself and helped the soccer program at Fort Osage.”
    Fletcher said it was a terrific game with two good teams.
    “I enjoyed the game,” he said, but not the loss.
    Staley took the junior varsity game 2-0.
    OAK PARK 5, WILLIAM CHRISMAN 0: Gerardo Salgado’s two goals powered visiting Oak Park to the Suburban Middle Seven victory. The Bears, who trailed 2-0 at halftime, fell to 4-6 and 0-4.
    Oak Park was a 2-0 junior varsity winner.
    RAYTOWN 4, GRAIN VALLEY 3: Raytown scored a goal on a free kick in the second 10-minute overtime to end the Eagles eight-game winning streak.
    Grain Valley (9-2) rallied from a 2-0 halftime deficit on Jake Weingarten’s goal and an own goal by Raytown. The Blue Jays went ahead 3-2 on a goal with five minutes remaining. Grain Valley retaliated three minutes later to tie the score and force the overtime on Jake Deselle’s left-footed volley. The teams then played a scoreless first overtime.
    PEMBROKE HILL 4, TRUMAN 3: Nathan Lutz’s goal in the fourth minute of the first 10-minute overtime gave visiting Pembroke Hill the victory.
    Truman (0-11) rallied from a 2-1 deficit to take a lead 3-2 in the 39th minute. Pembroke Hill tied the score 19 minutes later to force the overtime. Christian Villa scored two goals and Amilcar Hernandez one for Truman.
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