Arcadia scored the final goal during a wild final 10 minutes to defeat Tomah 3-2 in a boys high school nonconference soccer match at Arcadia Friday.
The Timberwolves record fell to 4-7-3.
Tomah coach Scott Conzemius said his team appeared to be controlling the second half before Arcadia scored in the 83rd minute to take a 2-1 lead.
The Timberwolves tied the match a minute later on a goal by Riley Habelman, but Arcadia responded by scoring the winning goal in the 86th minute. Tomah nearly tied the match a minute later on a shot that hit the crossbar.
“Tonight was a case of us simply running out of time,” Conzemius said.
Gavin Richer scored Tomah’s first goal late in the first half. It was assisted by Roland Hockstedler.
Tomah goalkeeper Zach Jorgensen made eight saves.
Tomah’s final home match of the regular season is Tuesday, Oct. 8 vs. Onalaska in a 4:30 p.m. Mississippi Valley Conference match at Veterans Field.