By Mark Robinson\r\nThe Greenbrier East boys soccer team travelled to Oak Hill Tuesday night, where they lost 5-2. East\u2019s two goals were scored by Jodice Shanklin and John Hofmann. East led the contest 1-0 for about 25 minutes, but after that it got ugly. Coach Lucas Lemine thought the team was not focused for most of the game.\r\nAfter an opening game victory at James Monroe, East lost a close game to Princeton, lost to Buckhannon, won at home against Cross Lanes, then lost this game to Oak Hill.\r\nCoach Lemine doesn\u2019t believe this is due to a lack of skill. Part of it is finding what players are best suited to what positions, and it is also a matter of fundamentals. After the Cross Lanes game, he said the biggest difference between playing well and playing poorly is passing to people\u2019s feet, instead of passing into space. On the defensive side, they do best when they make a play on the ball as it is passed, instead of trying to take the ball from an opponent\u2019s feet.\r\nEast plays at Braxton County Thursday, at Capital Saturday. The next home game is Saturday, Sept. 10, noon, against Martinsburg.