In soccer last week, the women’s team came away with a tie against Beaverton before dropping a hard-fought match to Wilsonville, 5-3. Super soph Joey Baguio scored all three goals for Canby, including one she punched in three seconds before the halftime buzzer to tie the game 2-2.
Let’s go Cougs!! #CanbyProud battles until the final whistle!!! https://t.co/jRh9yB3AuZ
Similar results for the men’s team, as they fell to Lake Oswego at home Tuesday, 5-1, then battled Oregon City to a 1-1 standstill on a goal by senior captain Ben Martinusen.
In other news, junior midfielder Francisco Cabello was named MaxPreps Oregon Player of the Week for his two-goal, one-assist performance in the Cougs’ Sept. 17 win over Lakeridge.
Guess what? Canby’s own Francisco Cabello was named the MaxPreps/United Soccer Coaches Oregon Player of the Week for the week ending on 9/22 after recording 2 goals & an assist! Vamos, Kiko! #canbyproud @canbynow @CanbyHerald @derekwwiley @canbyathletics @canbyschools
On deck is No. 7 Tigard, undefeated in league play, and back home to face West Linn on Thursday. Kick off at 7:30. The ladies have non-league matches this week, facing Barlow on Tuesday and Glencoe Thursday.
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