CORVALLIS — The Pendleton girls soccer team couldn’t crack the Crescent Valley defense on Tuesday, falling 5-0 in the first round of the Class 5A?playoffs.

It was the first-ever appearance in the Round of 16 for the Buckaroos (9-6-1),

The Raiders (8-5-1) jumped out to a  3-0 lead in the first half before adding a pair of goals after intermission.

Pendleton coach Rocky Dillenburg could not be reached for comment by press time.

The Buckaroos defeated Mountain View 1-0 during the play-in round and finished second in the Columbia River Conference. They graduate 10 seniors from this year’s squad.

NORTH BEND 7, MAC HI 0 — At North Bend, Mac-Hi’s playoff run was brought to a sudden halt by the Bulldogs in the first round of the Class 4A playoffs.

The Pioneers were reeling from a four-goal deficit by the end of the first half.

No details were reported.

Mac-Hi (8-6) ended the regular season in second place in the Greater Oregon League and qualified for the playoffs when it beat Stayton 1-0 on Saturday.

CATLIN GABEL?8, UMATILLA?0 — At Portland, the Eagles (7-7-1)?doubled their highest scoring output of the season while shutting out the Vikings.

No details from the game were reported.

The loss ended the Vikings’ season in the first round of the state playoffs.

Umatilla (8-4-2) finished the regular season third in Special District 2.

Boys Soccer

CANYONVILLE CHRISTIAN 3, UMATILLA 2 — At Canyonville, the Vikings overcame a 2-0 halftime deficit to force overtime in the first round of the Class 3A/2A/1A playoffs on Tuesday.

When two 10-minute overtime periods couldn’t yield a winner the game went down to penalty kicks where Canyonville Christian (8-2)?came out with the edge.

“They are sad,” Vikings coach Pedro Ortiz said of his team, “but still happy, because they did a great job in the second half.”

Danny Ayala picked up the Vikings’ first goal just a minute into the second half. Fernando Saldana had another near the 72-minute mark that sent that knotted the score.

Tuesday’s loss brings an end to the year for Vikings (6-5-1), which finished second in league play.

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