REED CITY\u00a0\u2014 It was bonus soccer action for Reed City fans Wednesday. But the outcome from a longer game wasn\u2019t what they wanted to see. The Coyotes (2-7) tied Kent City 2-2 after 80 minutes of regulation in the Central State Activities Association battle on Wednesday. After a pair of 10-minute overtimes, the game was still tied. After the shootout, Kent City clinched it after four rounds with a 2-0 lead to take the victory. Kent City (1-5), took a 1-0 lead in the first half on Abel Diaz\u2019s goal. Miguel Arechiga notched Kent City\u2019s second goal in the second half. But freshman Ethan Maddox scored both Reed City goals to tie the game. His tying goal came 16:57 into the second half. \u201cWe knew it would be a close game,\u201d Kent City coach Ed Hilton said. \u201cIn the past, it\u2019s always been close. Our team is jelling well.\u201d Both teams had golden opportunities in overtime including Maddox whose penalty shot was stopped by Eagle keeper Juan Salas. \u201cI owe him something for that,\u201d Hilton said. \u201cJuan did a fantastic job. We\u2019ve been working the possession game. That\u2019s what we\u2019ve been trying to do, and get them to work more possessions, keep the ball and have the opportunity to score. It\u2019s paying off.\u201d The game went four rounds of shootouts. But Salas stopped all four Reed City shots. Diaz\u2019s goal in the fourth round gave the Eagles a 2-0 lead and ended the game. Maddox was disappointed he didn\u2019t convert late in regulation. \u201cHe was all shook up on that, but he\u2019s a freshman,\u201d Reed City coach Doug Emington said. \u201cI told him we wouldn\u2019t have been been in the overtime if he didn\u2019t score.\u201d Maddox has seven goals this season. \u201cThis was one of the better games the team and I have played,\u201d Maddox said. \u201cOur goal is to get them next time.\u201d Silas Schultz and Hunter Diehl were goalkeepers for the Coyotes. \u201cWe haven\u2019t been in shootouts (this year),\u201d Emington said. \u201cWe\u2019ve been giving up six goals a game. Our goal was to cut that down. We certainly did that.\u201d Reed City is at Newaygo on Wednesday in CSAA action.