For 79 minutes and 59 seconds, it looked like No. 49 SLUH would pull off the upset of undefeated No. 9 Cherry Creek (Colo.). But a last-second shot deflected off Junior Billikens goalkeeper Jack Robinson and into the goal, tying the score at 1 and sending the game into overtime, where Cherry Creek won on PKs to advance in the Gateway Soccer Classic.
That should give you a taste of how exciting the play at this tournament is and will be this weekend. Click here for a recap of day one, which included Chaminade playing to a draw with previous No. 1 Jesuit (Calif.), and here for a complete scoreboard.
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