Miraculous comeback puts Panthers in position to repeat as NSC Prairie champs

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In what arguably was one of the greatest comebacks in the history of North Suburban Conference Prairie Division boys soccer, host Round Lake rallied from a 3-0 halftime deficit to shock Antioch 4-3 and virtually wrap up their fifth division title in the last eight years.

Round Lake is now 4-0 in the division while Antioch is 3-1 and Lakes is 2-1-1. Since Round Lake has the tiebreaker over Antioch, it will clinch its second straight title with one more division victory.

But it was Thursday’s win that the Panther fans will be talking about the rest of this month.

In the second 40-minute half, Joel Tinajero scored with 36:29 left on the clock; star Freddie Ramirez converted from Christian Gomez with 26:44 to play to make it a 3-2 game; Ramirez scored from Alejandro Sotelo with 21:50 left to tie it; and then Sotelo won it with 8:48 left in the game.

Round Lake goalie Adis Sator, made five second-half stops to make the comeback possible.

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