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Crook County scores just two goals all year and goes winless in 2019 as team attempts to rebuild

LON AUSTIN/CENTRAL OREGONIAN - Teagan Freeman plays a ball during the Cowgirls match with Ridgeview on Tuesday. Crook County cloesd out their regular season on Thursday with a road loss to the Redmond Panthers. The 8-0 loss left the Cowgirls winless on the year.The Crook County High School girls soccer team saw their season end in disappointing fashion Thursday afternoon as they dropped an 8-0 league match to the Redmond Panthers.

"The season was overall a learning season," said first-year head coach Destanie Johnson. "I feel like we made significant improvement, however, we still have a ways to go. To be more competitive next year, we need to master the fundamentals."

Although the Cowgirls improved all season, they struggled to score goals, scoring just twice all season, while also giving up more than seven goals a match.

With the loss, the Cowgirls finished the season with an 0-14 record and an 0-10 league mark, while the Panthers ended their season with a 6-8 overall record and a 4-6 league record.

Redmond finished fourth in the final IMC standings, while Crook County finished sixth in the six-team league.

Ridgeview and Hood River Valley tied for the Intermountain Conference championship. However, Ridgeview is ranked eighth in the final OSAA power rankings while Hood River Valley is just 14th.

Both teams reached the playoffs, as did The Dalles, which is ranked 16th in the final power rankings.

Ridgeview will host No. 9 Willamette in the first round of the playoffs, while Hood River Valley is at No. 3 Wilsonville and The Dalles will travel to No. 1-ranked Crescent Valley.

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