3A BOYS SOCCER - Cardinals strike twice in the final 15 minutes to beat Portland Christian
by: David Ball Corbett’s Alex Sarmiento flicks a header into the box during Monday's win over Portland Christian.

Portland Christian has long been the team to beat in small-school boys soccer, but Corbett broke that grip Monday night with a 2-1 comeback victory that completed a season sweep in the three meetings between the teams this fall.

The Cardinals kept pressure in front of the Royals net for the first 20 minutes of the second half, but failed to light up the scoreboard. In fact, Portland Christian struck first when a breakaway chance ended with T.J. Burton cleaning up a rebound in front of the Corbett goal with 20:42 left.

The Cardinals regained their form and kept pressure in the Royals' half through the final whistle, scoring twice in a two-minute span to take the win.

Oliver Tymoshuk had the first goal, and Andre Brito added another bouncer into the right side for the winning goal with 10:08 on the clock...

Look for full match coverage, along with the Corbett girls win over Riverside, in the Oct. 26, edition of The Outlook.

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