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Ravens shut out Cowboys

Ridgeview takes Special District I championship with 3-0 victory


Thursday afternoon, the Ridgeview Ravens knocked off the Crook County Cowboys 3-0 to wrap up the Special District I boys soccer championship.by: LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Pascalis Maschke drives the ball down the field during the first half of the Cowboys 3-0 loss to the Ridgeview Ravens.

The win guaranteed the Ravens at least a play-in contest, while the Cowboys were eliminated from post-season contention with the loss.

For most of the first half, the Ravens had possession of the ball on the Cowboy side of the field. However, the Crook County defense was able to keep the Ravens from scoring. Ridgeview finally broke through with approximately five minutes left in the first half when Raul Segoviano took a free kick from 35 meters out on the left side. Crook County goalkeeper Christian Nunez stopped the initial shot, however, the ball rebounded out in front of the goal and Chase Bennett drilled it into the Crook County goal.

Bennett scored two more goals for the Ravens in the second half on assists from Segoviano and Nakoda Sanders as Ridgeview pulled away for the easy win.

With the win, the Ravens are 5-4-4 overall. Meanwhile, Crook County fell to 7-5-1 on the season. With the Cowboys mired in 37th place in the latest OSAA?power rankings, the team has no chance to earn a play-in contest.

The team will play their final game of the season this afternoon when they host the Summit Storm in a 4:30 p.m. contest.



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