Sierra Clark is a senior and currently the Graphics Editor for the Hawkeye; however, she has previously held other leadership positions in order to further her knowledge in the journalism field. This year, Sierra wants to explore new branches of news media while making sure the graphics department runs smoothly and produces professional work. When not doing work for the Hawkeye, Sierra is involved in social and political activism when she's not at concerts.
November 16, 2018
The Hawks women’s soccer team, although it doesn’t show it on paper, had a season worth remembering. The Hawks went 1-14-1 overall and 1-12-1 in conference
Going from this year to last year, soccer lost seven seniors and had to replace all of those girls with freshman, which made the team inexperienced.
“The team was really young so us seniors just tried to do our best to understand what team was all about. That means no drama, having fun, and keeping traditions that everybody loves,” senior Abbi Johnson said.
Despite the bad record, Hawks soccer tried to stay positive throughout everything.
“Our team dynamic was very positive,” Johnson said. “We always tried to stay happy, even when things weren’t looking good. We sure had our ups and downs but we stayed together and didn’t turn against each other.”
Hawks soccer wasn’t at its best this year, but they still had their moments when they felt like it. They played Marysville-Pilchuck on Thursday, Sep. 20 for the second time. The girls went into overtime, the score being 0-0. Johnson ended up scoring the winning goal, which would be the only winning goal of the season.
“The team didn’t do great…but that’s okay,” Johnson said. “The team will go on to do amazing things in the next years and I’m proud to be the first building block on that path to success.”