Looking at the final scoreboard, you might find it hard to believe that the match between Derby and Kapaun ended with the spread it did.
But a flurry of goals in the final quarter of the match pushed it from a 0-0 tie to a 4-1 Derby win, sending the Panthers to 8-1 on the season.
After a rainy opening 62 minutes, the skies cleared out and Andy Denesongkham got things started for the Panthers, breaking the scoreless tie by chipping in a corner kick from Omar Vielmas.
Three minutes later, the Panthers kept it going, this time Caleb Day punchiung home a penalty kick after being taken down in the box to make it a 2-0 match.
The goal of the match came courtesy of Scott Simmons, sizing up a strike from 25 yards out that just got over the outstretched hands of the keeper to make it a 3-1 match.
Kapaun senior Kevin Black ended Derby's hopes of a shutout with a late goal of his own, his 21st of the season, before Saul Munoz got the spread back to 4-1 to end the scoring on the night.