PENDLETON - The Pendleton boys soccer team played to a scoreless tie with La Grande Friday, but dropped to Mac-Hi in the Pendleton Soccer Jamboree.

Pendleton was out-shot on goal 11-4 against La Grande, but senior-goalkeeper Scott Warhol had a key block on a La Grande penalty kick according to Pendleton head coach Dan Riley to keep the game scoreless.

"It was a well-played match," Riley said. "We had some jitters, but played better in the second half."

Mac-Hi battled Pendleton in the Buckaroos' second game of the jamboree, winning 2-0, with 25 shots on goal to seven for Pendleton.

"We had some chances to score, but the other team made great plays," said Riley.

The Hermiston boys soccer squad lost a pair of games Friday to Mac Hi and La Grande in the Pendleton Jamboree.

Mac-Hi out-shot Hermiston 16-6 in the first game beating them 1-0.

"It wasn't very organized to begin with, but we battled," said Hermiston head coach Tim McCreary.

The Bulldogs also lost to La Grande 1-0.

Girls soccer

LA GRANDE - The Pendleton girls soccer squad started its season with two wins and a loss in the La Grande Soccer Jamboree Friday.

Pendleton took care of Mac-Hi 2-0 in its opener, using a 7-3 shot-on-goal advantage for the win.

Pendleton's Whitney Adams and Kaydie Cresswell scored the only two goals of the game.

The tables turned on Pendleton in its second game and the Bucls fell to La Grande 2-0. Pendleton came back in the third game outscoring Riverside 2-1 led by Brenda Buckman and Lindsay Johnson, who scored goals for Pendleton.

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