Boys Varsity Soccer Ties With Wilsonville 0-0

John Pham, Assistant Editor


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  • The boys varsity soccer team prepared to face off as they lined up before the match against Wilsonville.

  • The match against Wilsonville drew many younger spectators, who attended for Future Falcon Night.

  • With both sides stuck in a deadlock, Wilsonville came close to scoring a goal.

  • Moments before collision, the ball drifted out of bounds while players slid in.

  • As the highlighted game of the week, the soccer match drew a large crowd of student spectators.

  • Players from each team dueled into the corner of the field.

  • Senior Aidan O’Brien prepared to throw the ball back onto the field.

  • Junior Owen Nichols tussled for the ball with spectators looking on.

  • Although outnumbered, junior Quentin Strange was able to get the ball out of the grasp of the opposing team.

  • After ending the match with a score of 0-0 against Wilsonville, the boys varsity soccer team played their next game on Tuesday, Oct. 12 against Parkrose High School.

  • Junior Seamus Gwyn clashed with the opposing team’s member over the ball.

  • Junior Quentin Strange prepared to pass over the ball in hopes of breaking the 0-0 stalemate.

  • All eyes were upon the ball as it was launched into the air, nearly going out of bounds.

  • Players from both sides looked on moments before the impact.

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On Wednesday, Oct. 6, La Salle’s boys varsity soccer team, ranked second in their league, faced off against Wilsonville High School, ranked third, with the game ending in a tie. Potential future La Salle athletes were also in attendance as part of the Future Falcon Night for boys soccer.

After the tie with Wilsonville, the boys varsity soccer team’s next match occurred on Tuesday, Oct. 12, and was an away game against Parkrose High School with a winning score of 4-0. Their next game will be against Willamette High School on Thursday, Oct. 14.