Sisters 4, Grant Union 0

SISTERS - Grant Union soccer coach Ken Purnell said the Prospectors had another "learning experience" on Tuesday, Sept. 10, dropping a 4-0 non-league match to the Outlaws.

The loss kept the Prospectors winless on the season at 0-1 in Special District No. 4 matches and 0-2 overall.

"Sisters has a few very talented, quick players and a good coach, but I don't think they are 4-0 better than us," Purnell said. "We didn't play very well in this match, but I think we are going to break out of it and start playing a lot better."

Purnell said senior fullback Tim Willey played a good match, especially on defense, for the Prospectors.

"As a team, the most encouraging thing is the way the kids have responded to starting the season 0-2," Purnell said. "The kids are working harder in practice to reach the goals they set for themselves before the season began. This could be a positive thing for us in the long run."

Grant Union played a non-league match against Mac-Hi in Milton-Freewater on Friday, Sept. 13. Results follow.

Mac-Hi 10, Grant Union 1  MILTON-FREEWATER - Marcos Martinez scored three goals and teammates Pedro Molina, Alejandro Ladezma and Victor Corona added two goals apiece as Mac-Hi hammered Grant Union 10-1 in a non-league soccer match on Friday, Sept. 13.

The loss kept the Prospectors winless on the season at 0-1 in league matches and 0-3 overall.

Grant Union got on the board first with a goal at the five-minute mark of the first half, but after that there was no stopping the Pioneers.

Gonzalo Salinas also tallied a goal for Mac-Hi, which lifted its season record to 2-0.

Grant Union returns to league action on Thursday, Sept. 19, at Cascade Locks and plays at Horizon Christian on Friday, Sept. 20.   

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