Taylor was able to get just enough on the ball to slip it past Dye with just 2:40 left in the first half to give the Generals a 1-0 advantage at halftime. He went back to work quickly after the break in highlight fashion as he blasted in a goal off a corner kick from Nathan Keefe with 33:26 left to put Winfield up 2-0.
But Huntington's Max Simpson found the net with a free kick with 29:10 left, and scored again on a penalty kick with 26:46 remaining after Winfield had been called for a handball in the box.
In less than three minutes, the Highlanders had evened the score and had stolen all momentum.
"I can't fault my guys to come back from a 2-0 deficit - that's incredible," Huntington coach Sammy Boateng said. "I'm very proud of my kids and they played their hearts out and you could tell. They put everything they had out there and I'm very proud of the kids for everything they've done all season."
Huntington had a 19-10 advantage in shots and a 14-2 advantage on corner kicks, but also an early start to its offseason.
"It means a lot to me and the team," Foster said. "It's just been a rough year, but it's the second time Winfield has been to the regionals and the first time they've ever won it. When I settle down I'll realize but right now, it's great."
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