“Those guys were so calm on the PKs, they were just trying to pass it in, they weren’t trying to kill it,” Lansdowne coach George Dunn said. “It’s all about placement on PKs.”
Shooting second, Owings Mills (7-6) got successful penalty kicks from Fabris Fotembe, Oscar Enomorado Navarro and Arden Cerntino.
The miss on the fourth shot hit the crossbar.
“Sometimes you win, sometimes you learn, so today we learned,” Owings Mills coach Tolwaloju Runsewe said.
Enomorado Navarro scored the equalizing goal with 15:46 left in the first half and he nearly had a game-winner with 3:35 left in the first 10-minute overtime after he got a 1 v. 1 against goalie Pablo Lema, but his shot leaked wide.