Oregon seeks their third state boys soccer championship

Second-seeded Oregon is back to the state tournament for the ninth time as the Panthers look for their third state title at the 2018 Boys Soccer State Tournament.

Coach Chris Mitchell credits a talented roster that returned plenty from their runner-up finish last year, and a challenging schedule that helped the Panthers gain experience and develop through the year. Oregon earned the #2 seed and faces #3 Holmen at 7 p.m. on Thursday night.

Oregon started the season 1-2 and enters state play at 18-2-2, bouncing back after a slow start and no losses in their last 21 matches.