The Roseburg High girls soccer team was looking for a pick-me-up performance following a 4-4 tie at South Salem last Friday, a game where the Indians blew a three-goal lead. The Indians felt much better Tuesday night after sending Crater home with an 8-0 loss at Finlay Field in the Southern Oregon Hybrid opener for both teams. Roseburg (2-1-1 overall) jumped on the Comets (0-3-0) from the outset, scoring eight minutes into the contest and holding a 6-0 advantage by halftime. “It (tie with South Salem) was disappointing. I think all of us were upset, and we just wanted to …
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