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Red Hawk soccer continues to win

Red Hawk Aaron Dault moves the ball upfield.

Red Hawk Aaron Dault moves the ball upfield.

On Tuesday, September 4, the Red Hawks hosted the Wildcats of Lakeview. The Red Hawk offensive unit of Kyle Szirovecz, Robert Klein, Luke Dault, Jon Shaw, Julion Quiroga and Memo Garcia was unstoppable, quickly racking up ten goals to send the Wildcats home after the first half by mercying them 10 to 1. Senior Kyle Szirovecz was on fire, scoring four goals within the first six minutes of the game (39:33-assist Robert Klein), (36:36-assist Julion Quiroga), (34:34-assist Julion Quiroga), (35:04) and (3:55). Senior Robert Klein contributed two goals at (22:22-assist Kyle Szirovecz) and (9:16). The remaining goals are credited to Mitchell Hanmer (20:29-assist Trevor Rose), Aaron Dault (11:37-assist Robert Klein) and Memo Garcia (7:23-penalty kick).

On Thursday, September 6, the Red Hawks challenged their neighbors to the north, the Tri-County Vikings. The Red Hawks immediately took control of the game and for the third time this season mercied their opponent, the Tri-County Vikings 8 to 0. Mexican exchange student Memo Garcia was credited with the first goal, when his kick deflected off a Viking player and went into the net (36:14). Seconds later, Julion Quiroga received a nice pass from Luke Dault and sent it into the net, quickly giving the Red Hawks a 2-0 advantage (35:48). Throughout the first half, the Red Hawk offense kept the Vikings keeper busy, peppering the goal with many shots. Robert Klein was able to get a foot on a ball in front of the net and snuck it past the keeper (19:46). Dontae Ensley put the next Red Hawk goal in when he leapt up during a corner kick by Aaron Dault, and headed the ball into the net (8:04). The final goal of the first half was scored by Kyle Szirovecz, who received a pass from Jon Shaw and used his speed to break away from the last defender and knocked the ball into the goal (0:01). Second half scoring started quickly when Kyle Szirovecz knocked in the sixth goal of the game (34:08). The last two goals were credited to Robert Klein, who finished the game with a hat trick (23:19-assist Aaron Dault) and (22:18-assist Jon Shaw). Good luck to the Red Hawks as they begin OK Conference play this week!

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