Ater 90 minutes of regular play, this game, whose winner would play in the championship game the next day (later today), was 0-0.
The game was on one of many soccer fields at Starfire Sports Complex, a large soccer complex in Seattle where, I'm told, the Sounders once played. This league, Washington Youth Soccer, is separate from the high school league, which starts later.
The game began an hour late because the previous game also went into to overtimes and was decided with penalty kicks. It was in the low 40s (F) and while the players were mostly in short sleeves, the spectators had space heaters and lots of clothing. At least the Starfire sports complex has indoor fields too and I could watch the game from inside. The damp cold here is more penetrating than Anchorages dry cold, and just standing around outside doesn't keep one warm.
It wasn't until near the end of the second overtime that there was a flurry of action near the goal and the team I was rooting for (a relative was playing), and while the goalie saved this one,
This one made it. I think. The camera captures the action, but you can also miss things. If not this one, then immediately after. I think the ball in the shot below is just to the left of the goalie's chest in this picture.
It took me a while to figure out how the clock works here. It goes up to 90 minutes in the regular game. Then it keeps going to 100 minutes in the first overtime. Then it starts again at zero. So, if I have this right