LIBERTY LAKE, Wash. — Carlens Dollin broke through for the Pullman boys soccer team with a goal assisted by brother Clarens in the 65th minute to provide the Greyhounds with a winning 1-0 edge in nonleague play against Ridgeline of Liberty Lake, Wash., on Tuesday.

The Hounds (2-1) held a steady advantage through the game, logging 10 total shots to their opponent’s five, but had a prolonged struggle to make it count on the scoreboard before Carlens — who has already totaled four goals through their first three games of the season — found the mark with 15 minutes remaining.

“We only play 3A and 4As in our nonleagues this year, so we’re kind of running a gauntlet,” Pullman coach Doug Winchell said. “I’m pretty happy; (Ridgeline is) a good squad.”