An early two-goal deficit didn’t upset the Truman girls soccer team.

An early two-goal deficit didn’t upset the Truman girls soccer team.

The Patriots rebounded for two-second half goals to tie the score and set the stage for two 10-minute overtimes and a penalty kick shootout Tuesday against St. Joseph Central. Truman prevailed 4-2 and came away with a tough 3-2 Suburban Middle Six victory.

Central took a 1-0 lead with the game only 32 seconds old and went ahead 2-0 six minutes later.

But second-half goals by Lauren Franklin and Becky Colon enabled Truman (7-7, 4-3) to tie the score and force the overtimes.

RAYMORE-PECULIAR 3, BLUE SPRINGS SOUTH 1: Emily Griffin’s goal in the second minute gave the host Jaguars a quick 1-0 lead.

But Raymore-Peculiar came back for a Suburban Big Six victory.

“We couldn’t get enough possessions to get quality chances,” South coach Todd Findley said.
South took the junior varsity match 4-1.

PARK HILL SOUTH 9, FORT OSAGE 0: Courtney Claassen scored four goals to lead undefeated Suburban Middle Seven leader to the victory.

“They looked really good tonight,” Fort Osage coach Andrew Fletcher said of South. “We hung in there.”

South (8-0 in the conference) led 5-0 at halftime.

Fort Osage fell to 10-7 and 5-3.

South was a 2-0 junior varsity winner.