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Hudson dominates Tahanto in girls’ soccer

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Hudson High School's Kaylee Cummings (#8, right) gets her shot off against the defense of Tahanto Regional Middle/HIgh School's  Erica Decourcy (#10, behind Cummings) and Natalia Dorogi (#12, left).

Hudson High School's Kaylee Cummings (#8, right) gets her shot off against the defense of Tahanto Regional Middle/High School's Erica Decourcy (#10, behind Cummings) and Natalia Dorogi (#12, left).

Hudson – The Hudson High School Hawks hosted the Tahanto Regional Middle/High School Stags Oct. 24 in the Morgan Bowl for a girls” soccer game. ?The Hawks’ Nicole Sloan scored first, followed by her teammate Juliana McCabe, for a 2-0 lead at the half.

Hudson dominated the second half, with goals from Sophia Diplacido, Nadia Doherty, and two from Sloan (hat trick), to win 6-0.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Hudson High School's Nicole Sloan (#18, right) reaches for the ball at the sime time as Tahanto Regional Middle/High School's Natalia Dorogi (#12, left).

Hudson High School's Nicole Sloan (#18, right) reaches for the ball at the same time as Tahanto Regional Middle/High School's Natalia Dorogi (#12, left).

 

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