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Hawks fall 3-1 in third match of the season

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©HAWKEYE image credit: Tori Henry

Last Tuesday night, the Hawks women’s soccer team fell to the Lynnwood Royals 3-1 at Edmonds Stadium. The game started off strong for the Hawks as in the eighth minute; forward Julia Hart scored to put the Hawks in the lead.

In an interview with Doug Petrowski for MLTnews.com, Lynnwood Coach Mark McAlexander called Hart a “special player.”

But it was short lived, as Royal’s senior Cassidy O’Dell scored only one minute later to knot the game backup at 1-1. The Hawks continued to keep the pressure on the Royals as in the 12th minute Hart came close again with a shot across goal off the post, but after that the Hawks offense began to fizzle.

In the 32nd minute Lynnwood forward Madison Hinkel scored to put the Royals in the lead 2-1, and they would not look back from that. In the second half, Hinkel added another to give the Royals the 3-1 victory. The Hawks’ next match is Thursday, September 14th against Everett. The match starts at 7:30 p.m. and is at Lynnwood High School.

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About the Contributors
Benjamin Eyman, Co-Editor in Chief
Benjamin Eyman is the Co-Editor-in-Chief of the Hawkeye and a senior at MTHS. He joined the Hawkeye to learn more about journalism and wanted to help share stories about amazing people. He hopes to help lead the Hawkeye and its staff to a successful year in print, online and audio/visual. He also hopes to nurture the generation of staff members and help them strive to greatness. Outside of the Hawkeye, Ben enjoys watching soccer and is an Eagle Scout from Troop 49 in Lynnwood.    
Tori Henry, Staff
Tori Henry is a freshman and first year Hawkeye staff member. She does mainly photography, but has an eye for graphics. She would like to pursue a future in photojournalism, maybe even graphic art. When she’s not in Hawkeye, she is either painting or takings pictures of nature and if asked she does portraits and even family events. She loves animals, so with any time she gets, she will take her dog on nature walks and models her dog and friends.
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