GRANDVIEW - The Lady Greyhound seniors hoped this past Saturday's final home soccer match against Wapato would produce a win.
"... (But) Wapato rained on our party," Coach Anne Holden said.
The Lady Greyhounds honored nine players at their senior night that will go on to graduate this year.
"We had a fantastic evening honoring our seniors," she said. "It was really about them."
It was anyone's game as the score remained 0-0 for a good portion of the game.
In the 65th minute the Wapato Wolfpack scored the first and only goal of the match.
"We tried to catch them, but we just couldn't get (the game) back," Holden said.
Wapato walked away with a win, 1-0.
The Lady Greyhounds had 10 shots on goal and Wapato's keepers Madison Haynes and Ella Martinez kept all of the attempts from making it past the crossbars.
"It would have been nice to send (the seniors) off with a win," Holden said. "The game could've gone either way, but ended up tipping in (Wapato's) favor."
The Wapato Wolfpack had eight shots on goal and Grandview's keeper, Jamila Schafer recorded seven saves.
Saturday's loss brings the Lady Greyhounds overall record to 3-4-6.
Grandview will face off tomorrow (Tuesday) at Prosser for the final regular season match.