Molalla put shots on goal all night at Madras.
But it took 30 minutes for the Indians to finally break through as Madline Lisac played a ball to Audriahna Greer, who put it in the back of the net.
Molalla added two more goals in the second half to win 3-0 at Madras Thursday and improve to 3-1 in the Tri-Valley Conference.
Lisac assisted Holly Rae on the first goal. Rae then returned the favor to Lisac to complete the scoring.
The Indians put 42 shots on goal.
"We're having lots of shots. We're just not finishing them," Molalla coach Nina Wegner said. "We shot a lot at the goalie. We controlled the ball and made some really good passes. Our shots that we did make were really well played. It should've been a lot bigger of a score."
Molalla defeated Corbett 8-2 last Tuesday at home in another game that was close at halftime.
Leading 3-2 at intermission, the Indians scored five goals in the second half.
"I wasn't too nervous," Wegner said. "It was little mistakes. We had control for the most part. It was just a couple of breakaways that they had."
Rae scored three goals. Lisac, Greer, Ashlee Albright, Kaityn Curry and Hannah Nelzen put balls in the back of the net as well.
Molalla had 17 shots on goal.
The Indians host Gladstone Wednesday at 6 p.m.
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