CALABASAS – Of all the big soccer games Evan Raynr has played in with club teams and with the U.S. youth national program, he can’t recall being this excited after any of them. Raynr’s two overtime goals Tuesday lifted Viewpoint High of Calabasas to a 2-0 victory over Yucca Valley in a Southern Section Div. VI semifinal, sending the Patriots to the first final in program history. “This is a really powerful win for me,” Raynr said. “It felt good to put those two in. … I’ve played in some important games, but honestly, this is the biggest win to me, to do it with this team. “We never thought we’d get this far, and things have just fallen into place.” “Relief. That’s the first thing that went through my mind when it went in,” Raynr said of his penalty shot that rolled into the left corner as Yucca Valley goalkeeper Logan Aguilar dove in the other direction. “I knew this was it. I had to make this goal.” [email protected] (818) 713-3607 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! Third-seeded Viewpoint (20-0-6), which was without Raynr’s services much of the season while he trained with the youth national team, will go for its first undefeated season when the Patriots play in the division championship game Saturday. Raynr broke the scoreless tie on a penalty kick eight minutes into the 20-minute overtime. It was the first goal scored against the De Anza League champions this postseason. Raynr walked the ball into the net for another score twominutes later after he beat the final defender to a loose ball and got past the goalkeeper, who had charged out of the box. “That’s Evan,” Viewpoint coach Travis Kikugawa said of the sophomore, who switched from midfield to forward for overtime. “He’s a special player. He’s a game-changer.” Raynr had been practicing penalty kicks just a day earlier, knowing he had missed his previous two in games for the Patriots.