The boys teams from Montgomery and Cardinal Newman played 100 minutes of soccer Wednesday night on the Vikings’ field with neither school scoring.

Afterward, one coach was grinning while the other was frustrated.

Vikings coach Jonathan Schwan was the unhappy one while the Cardinals’ Ryan Corriveau was smiling.

“It was as frustrating a game as I can remember,” Schwan said. “I don’t know what else to say. The boys played hard, but you can’t win if you don’t score.”

What frustrated Schwan most was that his team misfired on two penalty kicks in the final five minutes of regulation.

“We missed those penalty shots and then hit the post on several other shots,” Schwan added.

Meanwhile, Corriveau saw the bright side of being involved in a scoreless game.

“We played good defense and never gave up,” he said. “Montgomery had most of the possessions but we stayed in focus and didn’t give up a goal. I’m proud of my players.”

Alick Khaphenkov was in goal for the Cardinals while Jordan Page handled the job for the Vikings.

Newman’s record is 6-4-4 and 0-2-2 in league while the Vikings are 6-3-2 and 3-1-1.