LEROY \u00a0\u2014 Colten Rawson doesn\u2019t know if he\u2019ll be a major scorer for the Pine River soccer team this season. But he sure proved that he was last week against McBain Northern Michigan Christian. The Pine River senior scored both of his team\u2019s goals in the 7-2 loss. \u201cThe first one was kind of lucky,\u201d he recalled. \u201cThey were kind of wide open and it rolled in. It wasn\u2019t that great of a kick. The second one was right between his legs.\u201d The Bucks have a young team this season although seniors like Rawson will be counted upon heavily to contribute. \u201cIt was all right,\u201d he said of his team\u2019s performance against McBain NMC. \u201cIt was what we expected. There\u2019s room for improvement.\u201d Rawson usually is a defender. \u201cI guess my main role was midfield,\u201d he said. \u201cThis is my first year of scoring. I\u2019m looking forward to it.\u201d Defensively, Rawson thought his team played well against McBain NMC.\u00a0 \u201cThere\u2019s a lot of new kids so I guess we still are getting used to each other,\u201d he said. Ball handling is an area where Rawson feels he has improved this season. \u201cProbably I\u2019m best in passing,\u201d he said. The Bucks are short in numbers this season but still have hopes for winning. The key will be playing together \u201ckeep short passes and play the triangle,\u201d Rawson said. The Bucks are home Thursday against Big Rapids Crossroads.