SUTHERLIN — The Sutherlin boys soccer season came to an end Tuesday afternoon with a 0-0 draw against Coquille, but the season had started with more challenges than most teams have to endure throughout a season. During preseason practice the Sutherlin girls team had dwindling numbers. It started with 11 girls, but after a week of daily doubles only 10 players remained. That was not enough to put a team together. So the school had two options — discontinue the girls’ program or combine it with the boys. The Bulldogs opted for the latter. “It wasn’t something we wanted to …
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