HILLSBORO — Penalties made the difference in Saturday's 5A boys soccer state championship match between Corvallis High and La Salle Prep.
HILLSBORO — Philomath High goalkeeper Teddy Benbow made the only save when the 4A boys soccer state championship match went to penalty kicks on Saturday night at Hillsboro Stadium.
WILSONVILLE — The Crescent Valley High girls soccer team could not break through the Wilsonville defense Tuesday night in a 5A state semifinal match at Randall Stadium.
For the past decade, Corvallis and Crescent Valley have continually been two of the top soccer programs in the state, and the crosstown matchup has featured plenty of thrilling moments.
Opportunities came early for Corvallis High, but the ball didn’t find the back of the net.
In a rivalry match that typically never lacks for drama, both West Albany and South Albany failed to create a decisive moment Tuesday as they battled to a scoreless draw.
The Crescent Valley High girls soccer program captured its first ever state title in 2018 — and showed a flair for the dramatic on its way to doing so.
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For the second straight season, the Crescent Valley girls soccer team is headed to the state title game.
Top-seeded Crescent Valley took another step toward a second straight title with a 2-0 win against No. 9 Willamette in the 5A quarterfinal.
Here's a look at area soccer teams competing in playoff games on Saturday.
A solid ball-control offense made for a good defense for Corvallis High’s boys soccer team Wednesday night.
Santiam Christian scored three first half goals to take a 4-1 win against Umpqua Valley Christian in the first round of the 3A/2A/1A boys soccer playoffs at SC.
Audrey Miller scored on a free kick in the 77th minute to give Santiam Christian a 1-0 win against Douglas in the first round of the 4A state girls soccer playoffs.
PHILOMATH — Through the first 40 minutes, the Philomath High girls soccer team's first-round state playoff game Tuesday afternoon against Henley started to bring back memories of the season opener against Hidden Valley.
The end result of the rivalry game between the Crescent Valley and Corvallis High girls soccer teams Tuesday night probably should not come as a surprise.