South Sioux City won their first boys state soccer championship, beating Omaha Skutt, 2-1, on Monday.
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South Sioux City won their first boys state soccer championship, beating top-seeded Omaha Skutt, 2-1, in Monday's Class B title game. The Cardinals finish 16-2, while the Skyhawks end the season at 19-2.
South Sioux City freshman defender Jonathan Galvez scored the winning goal with just 1:07 left in the game after a pass from Martin Hurtado.
Hurtado headed in a corner kick on the back side of the goal in the 24th minute of the first half to give South Sioux City a 1-0 lead at the break.
South Sioux City goalie Esteban Curiel was ejected in the first half and senior Andrew Arenas then came in to play in net for the Cardinals.
With 4:01 left in regulation, Skutt scored when Jacob Sievers headed in a long throw-in right in front of the net.
Monday's final was a rematch of the 2012 Class B championship, won by Skutt 3-2.
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