Jake Smith attempts to turn the ball during Scott's soccer game against Oneida Friday, May 2, 2014. Also pictured for Scott are Dustin Morgan and Ryan Jeffers. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett)
Jake Smith attempts to turn the ball during Scott's soccer game against Oneida Friday, May 2, 2014. Also pictured for Scott are Dustin Morgan and Ryan Jeffers. (Independent Herald photo/Ben Garrett)

ALCOA, Tenn. — There is no better time to peak than at the end.

Scott High, which entered District 4-A/AA tournament play fresh off a 4-1 win over Oneida Friday (see page B1), a game that the Highlanders won surprisingly comfortably, Scott stunned home-standing Alcoa in Monday’s first round tournament game.

Prestin Bee scored his second hat trick of the season to help the Highlanders to a 5-4 win over the Tornadoes.

But Miklos Obrusanszki’s goal may have been the biggest of all. Obrusanszki scored with less than two minutes remaining to propel the Highlanders to the lead and the win.

Scott coach Eric Henry credited goalie Joe Cross with big saves at the net that kept Alcoa at bay.

Oneida falls in close one: Oneida’s 2014 soccer season came to a close Monday in the first round of the District 4-A/AA tournament at Kingston.

Despite a Matt Phillips goal, the Indians dropped a 2-1 decision to the Yellow Jackets.

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