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The loss drops the Lions to 0-7 on the season.

Things continue to spiral for St. Helens boys' soccer. The Lions (0-7, 0-1 NWOC) fought for a 1-all draw at the end of regulation, but gave up a 83rd minute goal to Milwaukie and fell 2-1.

The loss to the Broncos (3-4, 1-0 NWOC) represents one of the Lions' best chances for a result, along with a non-league loss to Roosevent during which they held a 3-1 lead at the break but gave up four second half goals. St. Helens has scored only seven times all season, while giving up 24 goals.

With No. 2 Wilsonville up next on the schedule, the future doesn't look any brighter for the Lions, who are ranked 37th in Class 5A. In spite of the frustrating season, the players are still on the lookout for positives.

"Not happy about losing, but never again will I question the heart and desire of these players," tweeted junior midfielder Ivan Alcazar after the match. "Everyone played with great heart and emotion."

Andreas Rahbeck scored the lone goal for the Lions.

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