Aweek ago the Marco Island Charter Middle School boys soccer team held a 3-0 lead at halftime while playing at Evangelical Christian School in Fort Myers.
Evangelical stormed back to win, 4-3, to end the regular season.
On Tuesday, at Winterberry Park, the Eagles again were ahead, 3-0 at halftime. This time they won 5-3, upsetting the 8-1-1 Evangelical School in the semifinals of the Gulf Coast Athletic Conference Soccer Championship.
The Eagles traveled to Oasis Charter School in Cape Coral on Thursday night for the title game.
On Tuesday the Eagles speed, passing and defense constantly took Evangelical out of its game plan.
Kyle Bartos scored first for the Eagles, with brother Kole following. When Chris Nyhuus scored the Eagles were up 3-0.
In the second half the Eagles scored quickly on a goal by Matt DeSantis.
A penalty kick allowed a point-blank shot for a goal by Evangelical's Mark Richards. A goal by David Olson made it 4-2.
Kyle Bartos' second goal gave the Eagles a 5-2 lead with less than 10 minutes to play. Evangelical's Richards scored again at the five-minute mark to end the scoring.
The Eagles advanced their record to 6-2.
"Our team play determined the game," coach Tarik Ayasun said. "The team knew they had to play hard in the second half, or what happened a week ago could have happened again."