The Lakeridge girls soccer team stayed unbeaten in league on Tuesday, picking up a convincing 3-0 win over Oregon City.

The Pacers scored midway through the first half on a goal by Maddie Krauss. Krauss would then tack on another goal six minutes later on a nice assist by Lauren King.

The Pacers dominated the game, controlling possession for the majority of the contest and put things away midway through the second half on a goal from Erin Elliott, assisted by a pretty cross from Nicole Helm.

That victory followed a 1-0 win over a strong Clackamas team last week. Locked in a hard-fought scoreless tie, Lakeridge earned a corner kick with 17 minutes to play.

Olivia Onustock ultimately knocked in the loose ball on an assist by Brittney Dales and Krauss for the game-winner.

by: MATTHEW SHERMAN - Lake Oswego's Emily Elott battles for a loose ball in the Lakers's first league win last week, a 2-1 victory over West Linn. The Lake Oswego girls picked up their first league win last week, getting a late goal from Lizzy Darling on an assist from Sarah Passadore to top West Linn 2-1.

Lake Oswego scored late in the first half when Grayson Williams-Krebs one-timed a nice shot into the corner of the net. The Lakers held that lead until midway through the second half when West Linn scored off a free kick.

But Lake Oswego continued to put the pressure on the Lions and ultimately knocked in the deciding goal.

The Lake Oswego boys also topped West Linn 2-1 last week to stay near the top of the TRL standings.

The Lakers then took on 2-0 Clackamas on Tuesday and played them to a scoreless draw, Lake Oswego's second 0-0 tie in league play. The Lakers currently sit two points behind Clackamas for first place in the Three Rivers League.

Meanwhile, Lakeridge followed up a tough 7-3 loss to Clackamas last week with its first league win.

On Tuesday, The Pacers gave up an early goal to the Pioneers but rallied to score twice and secure a 2-1 win.

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