Southern Oregon scored three goals in a 13-minute stretch during the second half to pull away to a 4-1 nonconference victory over visiting Trinity Lutheran College Thursday at University Field.

Southern Oregon scored three goals in a 13-minute stretch during the second half to pull away to a 4-1 nonconference victory over visiting Trinity Lutheran College Thursday at University Field.

"Our counter-defending was way better in the second half," head coach Jon Clement said after the Raiders improved to 7-5-1. "That led to better fluid possession, and our finishing was really good."

The Raiders scored first in the match as Chenin Young took a pass off a corner kick from Danielle Stave and knocked it into the left side of the goal from 5 yards out in the 22nd minute.

Trinity Lutheran (4-8-3) tied it up less than three minutes later, when Briann Oostinga drew SOU goalkeeper Jessica Kuehlwein out and bounced the ball past her for a close-range uncontested shot.

It was 1-1 at halftime but the Raiders had a 15-3 shot advantage and a 6-0 corner-kick edge.

Alexis Mahoney scored the eventual game-winner for the Raiders in the 64th minute. That goal was followed by scores from Serena DeChristofaro, with an assist on a long pass from Sydney Paulsen, in the 72nd minute and Stephanie Carr in the 77th.

Southern Oregon ended with a 29-4 shot advantage.

The Raiders next host Oregon Tech in a Cascade Conference game at 1 p.m. on Sunday.

Prep Water Polo

Ashland's boys water polo team defeated South Eugene 9-5 Thursday, getting five goals, three steals and an assist from Forrest Kollar in Eugene.

Adam Good added four goals in the victory, and goalie Miles Furuichi recorded 16 blocks.

The Grizzly girls fell to South Eugene, 12-4.

Molly Cochrane scored twice and had four steals for Ashland, and Emma Frantz scored the other two goals. Goalie Halie Haynes had four blocks.