WESTERN BUREAU:Glenmuir High rallied from two goals down yesterday to stun Kingston College 3-2 in the opening game of an ISSA-FLOW Super Cup triple header at the Montego Bay Sports Complex.Chase Myrie netted the winning goal midway the second half after KC caught them flat-footed early into the contest with two quick strikes.In the evening’s second match, St. Elizabeth Technical (STETHS) showed poise in a superb 3-1 win over Charlie Smith High.KC were all over Glenmuir in the early stages of the opening fixture and took the lead in the seventh minute, when Aquem Campbell scored. Rashawn McKinson’s goal from the penalty spot made the score 2-0 in the 14th minute.Glenmuir slowly found their best form and Davis Givans chipped KC goalkeeper Akim Larmond in the 30th minute to cut the deficit in half.In the second half, Glenmuir were rampant. Two late goals from Leroy Bryant and Myrie sealed an excellent win.In the afternoon’s second game, STETHS were irresistible. Their outstanding attacking play was too much for Charlie Smith.The Trench Town-based school took an early lead when Alton Lewis fired them ahead in the fifth minute. Seven minutes later, Romario Wright equalised for STETHS with a rasping shot.The match turned in STETHS’ favour when midfielder Trevar McCulloch netted for the go-ahead goal in the 35th minute. Michael Kerr then completed the scoring for a fine victory.