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The Dalles boys’ soccer team had its 2017 fall season cut short last Saturday by a 4-0 margin in a 5A state play-in road matchup against No. 16-ranked Sandy. Although the team loses senior players, Pedro Lopez, Junior Ornelas, Jose Gutierrez and Adan Ortiz, the Riverhawks are expected to return at least nine athletes, but there are plenty of numbers coming in from middle school that help bolster a roster for head coach Matthew Dallman. For the third straight season, The Dalles had an increase in wins and goals scored, ending up with five victories and 31 goals scored.

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The Dalles boys’ soccer team had its 2017 fall season cut short last Saturday by a 4-0 margin in a 5A state play-in road matchup against No. 16-ranked Sandy. Although the team loses senior players, Pedro Lopez, Junior Ornelas, Jose Gutierrez and Adan Ortiz, the Riverhawks are expected to return at least nine athletes, but there are plenty of numbers coming in from middle school that help bolster a roster for head coach Matthew Dallman. For the third straight season, The Dalles had an increase in wins and goals scored, ending up with five victories and 31 goals scored.



Looking to keep their season alive, The Dalles boys’ soccer team could not stop Sandy’s Ryan Escareno, as he netted three opening-half goals in a 4-0 state play-in shutout victory Saturday in Sandy...

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