Two overtime periods weren't enough to determine the winner of Saturday's soccer game between Crowder and St. Charles Community College at Roughrider Soccer Field.

Two overtime periods weren't enough to determine the winner of Saturday's soccer game between Crowder and St. Charles Community College at Roughrider Soccer Field.

After a rough and tumble first half in which there was no score, the Roughriders finally got on the board first when Daniel Collins took a pass from Jose Valdez at midfield, dribbled past a couple defenders and booted the ball into the net from six-yards away to make it 1-0, 14 minutes into the second half.

The score remained 1-0 until the Cougars shocked the Roughriders with a goal with only 1:53 remaining in regulation to tie it 1-1. The foes would battle it out through two 10 minute overtime periods before the game was declared a tie.

Both teams finished with four shots on goal. Roughriders' keeper Gustav Kennestig recorded three saves.

The Roughriders (5-5-1) travel to take on Cowley County at 7 p.m. Wednesday in Arkansas City, Kan.