Indiana O-40 traveled to Harmarville, looking to avenge their only loss of the 2014 season. The game started well for Indiana, and they had the possession and territorial advantage for most of the first half. On several occasions, Indiana was able to get behind the Harmarville defense, but poor aim and the Harmar keeper kept the score level. Finally, about 10 minutes from halftime, Matt McKelvy got free to the right of the goal. He was able to square himself and hit a screaming shot across the goal mouth, and into the top-left corner to give Indiana the lead. The second half started in the same pattern as the first, and about 8 minutes in, Todd Myers hit a low, hard shot that found the bottom-right corner of the net to put Indiana up 2-0. This looked to be a secure lead, but a few minutes later, Indiana suffered an uncharacteristic defensive lapse, allowing two goals in less than five minutes, and the game was tied. Indiana was on the back foot for a moment, but they soon regained their composure, and started to again pressure the Harmarville goal. However, it looked like time might run out before Indiana could conjure up a winning goal, but then Jose Soriano broke into the penalty box. He held the ball against three defenders, and then fed an unmarked Myers at the top of the box, who slotted it past the keeper for the game-winner. First place will be decided in the next two weeks, as Indiana plays the other two leading teams, North United and Robinson.