Claremore Sequoyah held a 5-4 edge in a shootout and claimed a 2-1 victory over Miami in a non-district boys soccer match Friday night on Ed Craig Field.
That completed a sweep for Sequoyah, which got both goals in the second half during a 2-0 decision over the Lady Wardogs.
The boys game was a scoreless draw through the first 40 minutes.
Caleb Potter got the Dogs' lone marker midway through the second half to give Miami a 1-0 lead.
The Eagles tied the match with less than five minutes remaining.
Then Caleb Potter, William Sanchez, Julio Perez and Marcus Stacy connected for Miami in the shootout. A shot by Jordan Plott that would have extended the shootout was stopped.
“We had some opportunities, but didn't capitalize on them,” Miami coach Tim Potter said.
“We played that first half probably 65-70 percent of the game on our side and on the other side of the 18, but just weerent getting any shots off. Their goalie was good.”
Sophomore Matt Stanley played in goal for the Wardogs.
The girls' match also was scoreless through the first half.
Sequoyah got its first goal on a fluky play at the 30 minute mark. A cluster of Miami players was packed around the goal mouth and the ball deflected off someone and into the net.
“I'm not sure what happened … and I don't think any of the girls on either team really know what happened,” Miami coach Kurt Witten said. “I think we tried to clear it and didn't get a very good hit on it, then it deflected off someone.”
The Lady Eagles converted again with 18:27 remaining.
“We gave a good shooter too much space,” Witten said. “Someone should have stepped out and taken her space away. She hit it really well and Chelsea (goalie Chelsea Corntassel) didn't have a chance.”
Miami hosts the Mannford girls and Fort Gibson boys on Tuesday starting at 5:30 p.m.