News and Opinion from Sisters, Oregon

Girls soccer ends in deadlock

The girls soccer squad traveled to Woodburn on Tuesday, October 5, and came away with a score deadlocked 0-0. To date, the Lady Outlaws are 3-1-2 in league and 4-2-2 overall.

Sisters played well against the talented and well-coached Bulldogs.

The Lady Outlaws defense played a physical and well-organized game and kept Woodburn from scoring. The midfield players also did a great job as they stayed compacted and forced the Bulldogs to attack wide and from outside the 18-yard box.

The Outlaws did have a few counterattacks, but primarily played a very defensive game. Coach Brian Holden credited his entire team for their physical and calm play throughout the contest.

Hollie Lewis showed incredible stamina as she played on both offense and defense the entire game. Keeper Josie Patton had one of her best games of her high school career. She played on-point the entire game and made several important, crucial saves.

The Outlaws were to have a road game at Stayton on Tuesday, October 12. They will host Sweet Home on Thursday, October 14.


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