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Teagan Freeman of Crook County High School scores squad's lone goal over two games

The Crook County Cowgirls played a pair of games this past week against the Redmond Panthers. 

Crook County was blanked 8-0 Tuesday by the visiting Panthers, then played better on Thursday, dropping a close 2-1 match to a team composed of a combined Redmond varsity and JV team.

"We have lots to work on," Crook County head coach Destanie Johnson said following Tuesday's match.

Redmond controlled the ball for much of Tuesday's match as they jumped out to a big early lead and cruised to the easy win.

Thursday was a different story as the game was close throughout.

Teagan Freeman scored the Cowgirls goal on a penalty kick.

Johnson said that she was also pleased with the play of Grace Flitner who played goalkeeper for much of Thursday's match, her first time in the position.

"She had multiple saves and was aggressive in the goal," Johnson said. "It was a much more competitive match than Tuesday."

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