The West Valley Rams made one of the craziest comebacks in high school sports this year when they played the Eisenhower Cadets on Tuesday.
The game started out in a back and forth affair as neither team could get a tight grip on the game.
Ian Reynoso of Eisenhower was finally able to break the scoreless tie in the 22 minute with a beautiful goal. For the rest of the first half both teams were held scoreless
Neither team was able to generate any real chances before halftime. The Cadets went into their locker room feeling pretty good up, one goal on a Rams team that was supposed to dominate them from the start.
Ivan Perez started off the second half with a bang; scoring his only goal of the game in the first three minutes for Eisenhower.
Not to be outdone by his teammate, Alejandro Rosario scored one minute later with a superb assist Johnny Ramirez. Rosario's goal put the Cadets up by three goals just four minutes into the second half. Then came the West Valley Ram's goal-scoring parade.
Edgar Ramirez kicked off the scoring for the Rams in the 51st minute with his first goal of the game.
Kolbein Moore found the back of the net nine minutes later on a great assist from Zinedine Moreno to get the Rams within one goal.
In the 77th minute, Ramirez shot the ball past the goal keeper one more time for the equalizer. The game remained scoreless throughout the rest of the game and stoppage time to go into a shoot out.
Four West Valley Rams were able to find the back of the net to finish off the Eisenhower Cadets who only scored three times in the shootout.
This finished of the improbable comeback for the Rams over the Cadets on Tuesday.