Now 7-1-2 in league, Mount Shasta is scheduled to play at Weed (8-3) Thursday, Oct. 25, beginning at 5 p.m.

Skylar Loughlin scored the first goal of his high school career and Morgan Owens improved his league-leading goals allowed average to 0.482 in Mount Shasta High School's 4-0 victory over Fall River Tuesday, Oct. 23, at Shastice Park.

The win improved the Bears' Shasta Cascade League record to 7-1-2, second in the standings to Tulelake (10-0).

Bears vs. Tulelake photos

"Chilly day on the pitch," Mount Shasta coach Bradly Robinson wrote. "But the Bears warmed the back of the net a few times today.

"Sometimes as a coach you need a game changer and little bit of crazy to break thru. Skylar Loughlin did just that for us today, scoring his first HS goal of his career.

"Tanner Lujan nearly had a hat trick in this match.

"Harrison Kean showed off his masterful dribbling skills as he weaved in and out of defenders in route to his score that brought the keeper out and as Harrison send his ball in for a score.

"Our defense and mid field played amazing today. Controlling the flow and resolving to thwart any offensive attack Fall River tried."

Lujan scored 2 goals on 8 shots; Alyssa Ramirez, Wesley Navarre, Chance Jackson, and Weston Stroud had one assist each.

Mount Shasta is scheduled to play at Weed Thursday, beginning at 5 p.m. The Cougars lost 2-0 Tuesday at Trinity and fell to 8-3, a notch below the Bears in the SCL standings.