Charlie Reymann scored two goals, including a header with 6 minutes, 39 seconds left in the second overtime, to lift the Worthington Kilbourne High School boys soccer team to a 3-2 victory over Gahanna in a Division I district final on Saturday, Oct. 29 at Westerville Central.

Charlie Reymann scored two goals, including a header with 6 minutes, 39 seconds left in the second overtime, to lift the Worthington Kilbourne High School boys soccer team to a 3-2 victory over Gahanna in a Division I district final on Saturday, Oct. 29 at Westerville Central.

Gahanna goalkeeper Andrew McClurg jumped up to stop a long shot on goal but the ball deflected off his hands and Reymann headed it in, giving the Wolves their first district title since 2008.

"I thought to myself, '(McClurg) is kind of misjudging it,' so I went up just in case," Reymann said. "I knew this is my chance. I have to go for it."

Ninth-seeded Kilbourne improved to 10-3-7 and advanced to play Olentangy Liberty in a regional semifinal Tuesday, Nov. 1, at Dublin Jerome. The Wolves and Patriots played to a 1-all tie on Sept. 1.

The second seed, Gahanna finished 17-2.

Reymann's goal ended the back-and-forth battle between the teams. In the first half, Gahanna's David Witkoff and Andrew Schwall scored to give Gahanna a 2-0 halftime lead.

The Lions had a couple more scoring chances in the second half to build on their lead, but strong play by Kilbourne goalkeeper Joey Cipicchio kept the Wolves within striking distance.

"In the second half, we had some lapses and that's where the game was lost," Gahanna coach Dwayne Marshall said. "I don't want to take anything away from Kilbourne. They deserved to win the game, but I felt like it was more what we were doing that made the difference in the second half."

Reymann scored with 24:26 left in the second half to make it 2-1. Then, with 3:14 remaining, a shot by Grant Nash ricocheted off McClurg and into the net to tie the game at 2.

With 39 seconds left in the first overtime, Cipicchio stopped Gahanna's Alex Crognale on a penalty kick.

"I was originally thinking he was going to my right side because 80 percent of the right-footed kickers go that way," Cipicchio said. "But at the last second, it looked like he was opening up his hips a little more, so I went left. That gave us so much momentum going into the last overtime."