Pios have tough outing at Puget Sound

Pios have tough outing at Puget Sound

PUGET SOUND, Wash. – The Lewis & Clark Pioneers allowed two goals in each half in a 4-0 defeat against the Puget Sound Loggers on Saturday at Peyton Field.

Puget Sound held a 23-2 advantage in shots and a 6-1 edge in corner kicks. Anna Saucedo and Becca McCullough were the only Pios to get away shot attempts. The loss drops the Pios to 3-10-2 overall and 2-8-1 in the Northwest Conference. 

Lewis & Clark starting goalkeeper Hannah Osmundson (2-8-1) made 10 saves against 14 shots on-goal, matching her season high. The 23 shots by Puget Sound (10-3-3, 8-2-2 NWC) was the most allowed by the Pioneers since Lewis & Clark faced 28 on Sept. 24 at Linfield.

The Loggers scored 14 minutes into the match on Lura Morton's unassisted shot that chipped Osmundson on the way in. In the 41st minute, Genevieve Cheatam scored from the top of the 18 to give Puget Sound a 2-0 lead at halftime. Gabbie Berg and Morton added the second-half goals.
 
The Pioneers return home at 12 p.m. on Sunday against Linfield at Griswold Stadium.
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