The St. Paul’s School for Girls edged the Friends, 1-0, in overtime, Wednesday, in what seems to be the status quo when these two teams meet.

St. Paul’s (6-5, 4-4) and Friends (7-6, 5-4) have played in three straight overtime contests over the past three seasons dating back to the Gators’ double overtime loss in the 2008 IAAM B Conference Championship Game.  The two teams also have played in five straight one-goal games with Friends winning three of the previous four.

Wednesday, the two teams played 80 minutes of scoreless physical soccer and it took just under a minute in the first overtime period for St. Paul’s to manage to score on a cornerkick off the foot of freshman Eliza Clark.  Clark found sophomore Cameron O’Neill-Mullen breaking to the goal for the game winning goal.  The cornerkick in overtime was the first for the Gators all day.