The Harrisburg High School soccer team dropped to 6-7 on the season with a 2-1 loss to Olney Monday at the Michael Herrin Soccer Field.
Bulldog sophomore Anfernee Houston provided the game's first goal, but it proved to be the only goal as Olney made four saves in net en route to a one-goal victory.
Ryan Cowsert saved five goals, while allowing two in the loss.
Houston finished his day with four shots on goal, while James Curtis and Carver Gregg had two. Hunter Ragan had one.
"This certainly was not our best game," Harrisburg head coach Mike Stewart said. "Offensively we were not on our game. The touches we made on the top were off as well as out passing. We have been struggling with inconsistence throughout the season finding our game and staying with it is a must going forward."
There is a junior varsity game tonight (Tuesday) and the Bulldogs will recognize the youth soccer program. All recreational players need to be at the field at 4 in order to line up for a walk with the team.