Lady Hawks fall prey to Panthers

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Lady Hawks fall prey to Panthers

FIGHTING FOR POSITION, Julia Mascaro looks to defend the ball from a Lady Indian during their game against Peters Township on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Lady Hawks lost that game, 1-0.

FIGHTING FOR POSITION, Julia Mascaro looks to defend the ball from a Lady Indian during their game against Peters Township on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Lady Hawks lost that game, 1-0.

Juliana Carbone

FIGHTING FOR POSITION, Julia Mascaro looks to defend the ball from a Lady Indian during their game against Peters Township on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Lady Hawks lost that game, 1-0.

Juliana Carbone

Juliana Carbone

FIGHTING FOR POSITION, Julia Mascaro looks to defend the ball from a Lady Indian during their game against Peters Township on Wednesday, Sept. 26. The Lady Hawks lost that game, 1-0.

Olivia Westphal, Staff Writer

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On Wednesday, Oct. 3, the Lady Hawks (6-4-3) soccer team took on the Upper Saint Clair Panthers (8-3) at the Nest. The Panthers defeated the Hawks, 4-0.

“It was terrible,” said senior captain Julia Mascaro.

After the first half of play, the Panthers were up 2-0 on the Lady Hawks, who had no response for the Panthers. The Lady Hawks tried battling back in the second half, but they couldn’t get the ball in the net.

They faced USC earlier in the year and took a 1-0 win.

The Lady Hawks are now in 6th place in their section with a 4-4-3 section record.

They travel to Canon-McMillan at 8 p.m. on Monday, Oct. 15. The Lady Macs are in 5th place in the section. The last time the two teams contended, the Lady Hawks won 1-0.

Go show the girls soccer team some support in this important section matchup.

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