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Offsides call takes away crucial goal for Barlow

THE OUTLOOK: DAVID BALL - Barlow striker Madison Bivins runs onto a through ball during the second half of Tuesdays 1-0 home loss to Clackamas.

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The Clackamas boys soccer team put together a late flurry of shots with Jack Warner finding the net for the game's only goal in a 1-0 win over Barlow on Tuesday night.

Warner had deflected a ball just wide a few minutes early, but made the most of his second chance when he ran onto a ball on the left side, took a quick dribble and blasted a shot inside the far post with 8:11 on the clock.

“We out shot them by a 2-to-1 ratio in the second half,” Cavs' coach Brian Buttler said. “We won the 50-50 balls out of the midfield and that opened up opportunities to put the ball into the net.”

Barlow failed to put a shot on goal down the stretch, but did put one in the net shortly after intermission on a bicycle kick from Madison Bivins. The referee whistled offsides, taking the goal off the board.

Clackamas (2-4-3) hosts Oregon City at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, while Barlow hosts David Douglas at 7 p.m.

Look for expanded coverage in the Friday, Oct. 7, print edition of The Outlook.

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