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Men's soccer: Pirates have to settle for tie


That top conference ranking and No. 7 national ranking didn't spell a win against the NWAACC West's cellar-dweller.

The visiting Olympic Rangers used a stifling defense to gain a scoreless draw against the Peninsula Pirates Wednesday in Port Angeles.

With four saves, P.C. goalkeeper Anguel Guerra recorded the shutout, his sixth of the season and P.C.'s seventh of the 2013 campaign — tied for tops in the NWAACC.

Ranger keeper Jordan Hadden helped Olympic survive a barrage of shots with nine saves for the shutout.

 

Peninsula outshot the Rangers, 11-4.


The Pirates saw their 11-game win streak come to an end, but remain undefeated (7-0-1 in conference, 13-0-2) for the season heading into Saturday's match at Bellevue.

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