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After opening with a 6-1 loss to Lincoln, the Cougars rebound with a good effort in a 1-1 tie against Nelson

PMG PHOTO: KRISTEN WOHLERS - Ashley Peterson takes the ball up the sideline. Canby High girls earned a 1-1 tie with Nelson on Sept. 8.Canby High School's girls soccer team has suffered a loss and earned a tie in its first two matches of the 2021 season under first-year coach Roberto Maestretti.

The Cougars opened the season with a tough one, dropping a 6-1 decision at Lincoln on Sept. 7. The team's only goal came from senior Ashley Peterson.

The Cougars came back with a much better issue on Sept. 8, earning a 1-1 tie with Nelson High School. Senior Kathryn Frentress scored the team's goal in the first half. Nelson answered with a goal in the second half.

Junior McKenna Kraft put up a strong showing at goalie with clutch saves in both matches.

PMG PHOTO: KRISTEN WOHLERS - Kathryn Frentress, No. 14, celebrates with her teammates after scoring the first goal of the game Wednesday, Sept. 8.

Canby continues its nonconference season Sept. 13 with a visit from LaSalle and Sept. 15 when Sunset comes to Canby.

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