Pacific opened action at the Windsor Girls Soccer Tournament with a 3-2 loss Monday against Windsor.

All five goals in the match were scored in the first half.

Morgan Webb was in on both of the Lady Indians’ goals, finishing with one goal and one assist.

Catherine Hayden scored one goal. Cheyenne Jennings had one assist.

Sydney Drysdale made 19 saves in goal for the Lady Indians.

Kayla Dye, Gabi Johanns and Alyssa Sitzes each had one goal and one assist for Windsor (4-0).

Morgan Hilterbrand collected six saves.

The girls are working really hard to make good passes and use the open space. Windsor took advantage of us making simple mistakes and made us pay,” said Pacific Head Coach Sarah Schultz. “Sydney Drysdale has been a rock in goal so far this season. Morgan Webb has been making things happen up top. Tessa Tomnitz and Amber Zurliene are working the center and making opportunities for us. Our defense is progressing, but we need to keep improving. The girls are doing exactly what we are asking of them, performing well, and things are going to click soon.”

Pacific (1-3) defeated Festus in the consolation semifinals Tuesday, 5-3. The Lady Indians will play for the consolation title Thursday at 4 p.m.