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Lady Indians soccer blasts Astoria 6-0

Teams stays unbeaten on season and ranked second in state

Astoria was not a problem for No. 2-ranked Scappoose on Tuesday, a 6-0 win for the Tribe.

Coach Rebekah Kurle was not displeased, but still sees some areas of concern.

“We still have things we need to improve on,” she said, “but the girls were able to make the adjustments in the second half. Some of these included being more patient, keeping the ball in our attacking third and making sure we are moving off the ball.”

She added, “Our defense played well, both Alyssa (Bakkensen) and Jessie (Dykes) split time. Both of them have stepped up in communicating with the defense.”

Scores included: Eleanor Jones unassisted in the first half; Lucy Davidson with an assist from Natalie Muth; Karlie Ragan with an assist from Muth; Muth unassisted; Davidson unassisted and Ashley Baughman with an assist from Davidson.

The Lady Indians (10-0) are still ranked second in the 4A power rankings, the same record as top-ranked Molalla. La Grande and North Bend are third and fourth.

The Tribe hosted Tillamook (0-10) on Thursday, go to Banks on Tuesday, and Seaside (2-6-10) next Thursday. They finish Tuesday, Oct. 27 with Valley Catholic (6-3-1).