LANCASTER, Pa. — Sophomore Samba Doukhansy scored 1:44 into the second overtime period to lift Keuka College 2-1 over hosts Lancaster Bible College in a North Eastern Athletic Conference game on Saturday.
Keuka College 2 at Lancaster Bible College 1 – 2OT
Lancaster Bible College started off on the front foot against Keuka, logging multiple attempts on goal in the opening minutes. Midway through the half, off of a corner kick, the Chargers put one off the crossbar, but the game remained scoreless. It looked as if the game would go to halftime scoreless, but in the final 10 minutes of the half, Rohel Duncan lofted a long shot from the right side. His 30-yard effort went off of the far post and in to give Keuka College a 1-0 lead at the break.
The Chargers started the second much like the first, applying pressure to the Wolves' goal. They were unable to break through. In the 65th minute, against the run of play, Keuka College threatened and was pulled down in the box, resulting a penalty kick. The spot kick by Samba Doukhansy was stopped by the Lancaster keeper to keep it a one-goal game. The pressure from the Chargers paid off in the 76th minute as a cross was headed home to tie the game at 1-1. Neither team would score in the final minutes as it went to overtime.
In a possession-driven period, Keuka College was the only team to log a shot in the overtime period. The effort was high and the game went to a second overtime.
Doukhansy had the decider for the Wolves 1:44 into the second overtime as he collected a loose ball and put it past the keeper into the lower right corner to give the Wolves the 2-1 conference victory.
- Keuka College improves to 6-4 all-time against the Chargers
- The Wolves are 5-2 against Lancaster Bible College in NEAC regular season games
- Doukhansy scored for the fourth straight game for Keuka. Overall, the sophomore has scored in six of the last seven Keuka College games
- The last time that Keuka College played in Lancaster, the Wolves won in overtime as well with Edler de Castro scoring the winner in a 3-2 victory in 2015. It was the last time Keuka has won a game in overtime
Up Next for Keuka College: The Green and Gold will look to carry the momentum south on Sunday as they face Gallaudet University in a conference match. The Wolves have never lost to the Bison and defeated them 5-1 in Washington D.C. last season.