Bath: Hyde JV LAX Squeezes by Sister School

Phoenix 7

Wolf Pack 6

 

With time, patients, and hard work victory can come, and so it did for Hyde’s JV squad this past Wednesday. Over half the season has gone by for these young men; some which are familiar with the sport and some brand new. All of which enjoyed their first win of the season over Hyde Woodstock by a margin of only one goal.

            The offensive assault was led by Chris Proach (’14) playing in his first game finishing with three tempo changing goals. Alongside him in the attack was Chris Liu (’13) who found the goal two times, Maxwell Zerrudo-Turgeon (’15) peppering the net in several efforts to notch a goal, and Max Kaplan (’15) finding the net early in the fourth quarter. Notable offensive hustle awards go to Andy Li (’13), Hung Zhao (’15), and Andy Burgess (’15) who helped set up many key plays which led to scoring results.

            Defensively our spear point was Joey Romo (’15) who took care of virtually every fast break opportunity the Wolf Pack tried to bring to our net. Brian Zuo (’14) made his first debut this game with a pronounced impact shutting down any attempt of shooters coming from the left side of the net. Finally our net minder Bobby Elliott (’15) held between the pipes with confidence making twelve saves on the day and also tacking on an assist which is seldom found at this position.

            We have been hard at work in practices these past few weeks and it showed here in this match up. With only a few games left in the season our boys are excited to finish out strong. Their next competition is this upcoming Saturday at Kent’s Hill.