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Soccer team beats Panthers, loses to Huskies

Red Hawk Kyle Szirovecz challenging for the ball

Red Hawk Kyle Szirovecz challenging for the ball

On a cold, rainy Tuesday, October 6, the Red Hawks battled against the Forest Hills Northern Huskies. The Red Hawks opened the scoring with a goal by Kyle Szirovecz, after he broke through the Husky defense and booted the ball into the net. Robert Klein received the assist. The Huskies tied up the game 1-1 just before the half. Even though the Red Hawks played strong, the Huskies managed to rack up three more goals before the buzzer ended the game with a score of 4-1.

It was another cold, rainy game day, Thursday, October 8, when the Cedar Springs Red Hawks shut out the Panthers of Comstock Park. The weather didn’t shake the Red Hawks, as numerous spectacular saves by goalie Kyle Coutchie was coupled with sharp passing and determined defense, and resulted in a 6-0 Red Hawk shut out.

Red Hawk Defender Bo Cook chases down the ball. Also pictured is goalie Kyle Coutchie.

Red Hawk Defender Bo Cook chases down the ball. Also pictured is goalie Kyle Coutchie.

The defensive line was mainly manned by Ron Fisk, Bo Cook, and Tyler Hinton. The first goal landed in the net within the first few minutes of the game, and made by Austin Mora when he received the ball in front of the net from forward Kyle Szirovecz. Szirovecz shot in the next three goals with assists being credited to Robert Klein, Zach Hawkins, and Jake Rickner. Jake Prahl kicked in the fifth goal, with an assist from Kyle Szirovecz. The final goal of the game occurred when Trevor Rose found the back of the net, with an assist from Jake Rickner. The game brought their record to 9-7.

Coach Avink commented, “It was a great week for the guys. The season is coming to a close, but we are still working hard and looking forward to our first district game at Fruitport on October 20.”

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