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The Roseburg girls soccer team lost to Ashland 3-0 on Tuesday night in a nonconference match.

5:11 AM · Sep 11, 2019

Ashland scored their first two goals off corner kicks. The first goal came in the 12th minute and the second goal in the 31st minute. They tacked on another goal in the 64th minute. Ashland which is a 5A school is 2-0-1 with their tie coming against 6A Grants Pass and fellow Southwest Conference opponent. “They dominated possession and we were on the run the entire game,” Roseburg head coach Kristin Parks said. “Ashland is a fantastic team and passes exceptionally well and played their ball on us all night.” The Indians (2-2) were hurt by injuries and only had two subs for most of the game. They lost Madasyn Van Acker for most of the second half due to injury. Ashland had 16 shots on goal against Roseburg freshman Amy Carpenter who had some beautiful saves according to Parks. “We have ten days until conference play so we have to get back to work and get things figured out as a team and get everyone healthy.” Parks said. Roseburg begins Southwest Conference play on the road at South Eugene on September 20 at 6:15 p.m.

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