KINGSPORT — Adam Fenyves thought he had scored. His sublime free kick from 25 yards cleared the opposition wall and left the goalkeeper motionless.
It curled, but not enough, caroming off the far post and back into play.
Sullivan South’s search for an answer — trailing visiting Dobyns-Bennett by a solitary goal — continued. But not for long.
The Rebels, spurred by Fenyves, struck seven minutes from the end through defender Logan Deyo to snatch a valuable 1-1 draw in the season-ending sprint for the District 1-AAA boys soccer championship.
South trails first-place Science Hill by a game in the win column with two league matches remaining.
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