BOYS SOCCER - Reynolds strikes three times down the stretch to surprise Gresham 4-3

OUTLOOK PHOTO: DAVID BALL - Reynolds defender Andrew Her chases a high bouncer into the midfield during Wednesdays 4-3 comeback win at Gresham.

Mount Hood Conference

Team Score
Reynolds (5-5-2)
Gresham (5-3-3)

The Reynolds boys soccer team put together a furious finish Wednesday night to score their first league win 4-3 at Gresham.

The Raiders found the net three times in 15 minutes to turn a two-goal deficit into an unexpected victory.

The winning goal came with about 10 minutes to play when Frank Marcial played a corner kick into the box, and Gerardo Mejia connected with a one-timer that clipped the outside of his foot and deflected into the top half of the goal.

It was a match that saw seven goals and an endless flow of chances as the ball moved up and down the field. Reynolds created most of its opportunities with runs down the center, while Gresham often worked into the corners and sent dangerous crosses into the box.

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