Outlaws go nuts in second half
The Crook County Cowboys struggled both offensively and defensively on Friday as they were blanked 8-0 by the visiting Sisters Outlaws in a non-league soccer match.
The game started as a defensive struggle, with neither team scoring in the first 20 minutes of the match. Sisters finally broke through for their first goal with 16:23 remaining in the first half on a goal by Tate Kaczmarek. Neither team scored the remainder of the half.
However, the Outlaws took control in the second half, scoring seven more goals before the game was finally called with five minutes remaining due to the eight-goal rule.
"We've got to learn how to play together as a team and be mentally stronger," Crook County head coach Jonny Oelkers said following the match.
The Cowboys are on the road today when they travel to Redmond to play the Panthers in a 6 p.m. match. The Cowboys are on the road again on Thursday when they travel to Sisters to play Cascade High School in a 4 p.m. contest.
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