Spartans fall in double overtime to Hornets | Sumner Boys Soccer

The Sumner Spartans boys soccer team played league rival White River Hornets Friday. The Spartans lost in double overtime 2-1.

Sumner sophomore Armoni Atherton maintains possession of the ball Friday in the 2-1 loss against White River.

The Sumner Spartans boys soccer team played league rival White River Hornets Friday.

The Spartans lost in double overtime 2-1.

Most of the game was spent with the Spartans and Hornets tied 1-1.

After the first round of overtime, the game headed into a penalty kick round.

Sumner and White River were tied 2-2 after two rounds of penalty kicks. Sumner took and maintained a one point lead until round five when White River tied it up at four.

White River won the last penalty kick round, giving them the go ahead and game winning point.

The Spartans were scheduled to play Clover Park Tuesday. Results and recaps from that game can be found on the Courier-Herald’s website.

The next scheduled game for Sumner is 7 p.m. on Tuesday, April 8 against Franklin Pierce at Sunset Chev Stadium.

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