The Mountain Home Tiger boys soccer team experienced all the results of the game last week, picking up a win, a loss and a tie.
Tigers 0, Caldwell 0
The Mountain Home Tiger boys soccer team battled Caldwell to a tough 0-0 tie Tuesday at Eastside Park in Mountain Home.
Tiger head Coach Jay Lockett was pleased with their efforts.
"It was a great effort. We had lots of chances but couldn't put it in. But a tremendous job by all."
Jack Richelieu had 12 saves on goal for the Tigers against Caldwell.
Tigers 2, Skyview 0
The Tigers pulled off their first major upset of the season Thursday, shocking the Skyview Hawks 2-0 at Eastside Park in Mountain Home. The Hawks had recently been picked to win the conference.
Juan Sanchez and David Arciniega scored goals for Mountain Home.
Keeper Jack Richelieu had 15 saves on goal.
"It was a total team effort," said an excited Coach Lockett after the game.
"We had some subs come off the bench with some great minutes and the team is beginning to believe in themselves. We've got to take it one game at a time, but that win was big for our program. Skyview is one of the best teams in the state. We haven't beaten them in around ten years."
Knights 2, Tigers 1
Bishop Kelly scored late in the game to get past the Tigers 2-1 Friday at Bishop Kelly.
Brandon Zacharias scored Mountain Home's lone goal.
Jack Richelieu had nine saves on goal for the Tigers as goalkeeper.
"Our guys played good, but playing our fourth game in seven days was hard and emotionally draining," said Coach Lockett. "Next week we have a light schedule to rest and work on a few things.
"We're still sitting in a good position (in conference) because we've played two undefeated teams."
The Tigers, who are 1-2-1 on the season, host Kuna Thursday at Eastside Park.