Indians boys' soccer plays to scoreless draw with Oregon Episcopal
Tribe has tied three games in a row
The Indians could not break away from the No. 5 Class 3A/2A/1A state championship runner-up Aardvarks on Wednesday at Scappoose Middle School's Chinook Field.
Scappoose and Oregon Episcopal (Portland) finished in a scoreless tie.
The Tribe (1-0-3 overall), which also drew 1-1 on the road against state play-in rounder Gladstone (0-1-1) and all-Tri-Valley Conference seniors Jessie Pummel, Keegan Reiley, Matthew Prom and all-conference sophomore Josiah Bitter on Tuesday, has tied its last three games.
Scappoose can break loose, however, in its Cowapa League road opener against all-state junior midfielder Colton Carter and No. 8 defending league champion Seaside (3-1-1), back from the first round of state, at 7 p.m. on Tuesday.
The Indians are 3-1-2 against the Seagulls in the last three years and won the league title in 2014.
Seaside, which scores the fifth-most goals in the state (13), beat Oregon Episcopal and seventh-ranked Molalla.
Scappoose gives up the second-fewest goals (2).
Overall Goals for Goals against Rank
Tillamook 4-2 19 12 10
Seaside 3-1-1 13 6 8
Astoria 2-1 5 9 11
Scappoose 1-0-3 3 2 16
Banks/Vernonia 1-1 10 5 29
Valley Catholic 1-2-1 8 4 30