LEROY \u2014 It was a rain-soaked field for both Pine River and Pentwater soccer teams on Monday. But Pentwater prevailed with a 5-3 boys soccer win in the regular-season home finale for the Bucks. The visitors got out to a 2-0 lead before Ethan Underhill scored one of two goals for the Bucks (1-10). It was 3-1 at halftime. Pentwater scored the first two goals of the second half. But Hunter Poe and Underhill converted for Pine River, narrowing it to a two-goal game with under 10 minutes to play. But the Bucks ran out of time. \u201cWe get it to the center and I aim for the bottom corner of the net, so the goalie couldn\u2019t get it,\u201d Underhill said of his two goals. \u201cWe played pretty well. We did pretty well in the second half.\u201d The Bucks have only won one game but have been more competitive all season. \u201cWe played better tonight,\u201d Pine River coach Jenny Hoaglund said. \u201cObviously there\u2019s still room for improvement. Our field is always a challenge. Definitely last night\u2019s rain did not help us. It\u2019s usually pretty soggy but with not as many puddles on it.\u201d Dalton Sible was Pine River\u2019s goalie. Pine River plays at Burt Lake on Thursday in the regular-season finale.