Hawk girls pitching great soccer


The Paul Report

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Do they play soccer like this in Haliburton? One day... one day! (Sylvia Izquierdo | Associated Press)

There are two huge goal areas and a relatively small ball on your average soccer pitch. There are players of various skill levels and yes, there’s the weather.

These things all determine outcomes. Judi Paul’s reporters note that weather was a game changer as both senior and junior girls took to the pitch against IE Weldon last week.

“In what can only be described as hurricane-force winds, the junior girls’ soccer team lost in their match against I.E. Weldon,” notes The Paul Report.

The junior girls’ soccer team also lost in their game against LCVI. Player of the game for Haliburton was Tamara Berry.

The girls tied I.E. Weldon 3-3. Scoring for Haliburton was Casey Pringle with two goals – assist with Shay-Lynn Hutchings – and Jess Bishop with one goal. Players of the game were Shay-Lynn Hutchings, Jaimie Dack and Casey Pringle.

The junior girls’ soccer team put in a great effort but lost to Brock. The senior girls’ soccer team defeated Brock 4-1. Bailey Walker scored three and Casey Pringle added a lone marker.

Players of the game were Jaimie Dack, Grace Diezel and Jess Bishop.