Woodburn 2, South Albany 1

The Bulldogs got their league schedule started on the right foot Thursday evening when the team scored its third consecutive victory over the visiting Rebels. Katie Rivas scored a pair of goals, assisted by Emmy Marquez and Gyselle Lopez to lift Woodburn to its second victory in a row.

The Bulldogs now hold a streak of six years without a loss to the Rebels, dating back to the 2007 season.?Woodburn technically lost last year’s contest to forfeit, but won the game on the field by a 3-2 score.

The Bulldogs (5-3, 1-0 Mid-Willamette) travel to Silverton (4-2-1, 0-0-1) Tuesday for the team’s lone contest of the week.

Gladstone 3, North Marion 0

Molalla 5, North?Marion 0

by: COREY MIMMS - North Marion's Marissa Jones battles for control of the ball against Molalla.The Huskies were shut out in back-to-back games last week as the team continues to seek its first conference win of the season.

North Marion traveled to Molalla to start the week Tuesday before hosting the No. 8?Gladiators two days later.

The Huskies (1-5-3, 0-3-2 Tri-Valley) are currently in a three-way tie along with Estacada and Madras at the bottom of the Tri-Valley Conference. The team hosts No. 5 La Salle Tuesday in their only game of the week.

Santiam Christian 1, Gervais 0

Blanchet 5, Gervais 0

The Cougars were blanked in a pair of conference games last week.

Gervais traveled to Blanchet Sept. 30 where the team fell in its fourth shutout loss of the season. Three days later, the team was beaten 1-0 by the visiting Eagles for another shutout, but one that showed considerable improvement over the Cougars’ 7-0 loss to the Eagles to open the season.

Gervais (1-6-1, 1-6-1 Special District 3) continues the second half of its league schedule with a game at Creswell that was scheduled for Monday morning, followed by a Wednesday game at Jefferson.

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