Hawks soar to shutouts

The Hodgdon boys and girls soccer teams opened the season Sept. 24 with games against Southern Aroostook. 

The Hawk girls (1-0) earned a 3-0 victory over Southern Aroostook (0-2), while the Hodgdon boys (1-0) were victorious 5-0 over the Warriors (0-2). 

At Hodgdon Sept. 24, the Hawk girls used a strong second half surge to break open what had previously been a defensive battle. The Hawks scored all three of its goals in the second half for the shutout win. 

Mikyla Howland scored a goal at the 20:52 mark, and followed up with another goal at the 18:43 mark that was assisted by her sister, Faith Howland. Sabra Scott added the third and final goal of the game with 16:54 to play.

Hodgdon goalie Madison Smith had six saves on six shots and Warrior goalie Jenna Brooks had 18 saves on 21 shots.

At Dyer Brook Sept. 24, the visiting Hawk boys received a whopping five goals from Josh McGillicuddy to notch the victory. Colton Folsom had two assists, while Sam Duff, and Drew Duttweiler each had one assist.

Duttweiler, Elijah Matheson, and Kameryn Matheson combined for four saves on 10 shots in goal for Hodgdon. SA goalies Jacob Brooks and Brennan Burpee combined for 9 saves on 18 shots. 

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