Hyde Varsity Girls Soccer had their second game in a row on Saturday. After experiencing a loss at home against Wheeler the day before, the girls were dealt better weather but the same result. This time, Williams ended the score at 9-0. The game left the ladies of Hyde with a lot to think about on the bus ride home.
A different injury seems to haunt Hyde School every week. Marcy Altobello has been fighting a hamstring injury but fought through the first half on Saturday. She was forced to help lead her team from the bench, as Hannah Peters and Katherine Hagood both had a chance to step up into the sweeper position. Other players jumped into new positions against Williams, as well, and the team proved their versatility. Although the result was not what the girls were hoping for, holding Williams to three goals in the second half was a slight victory, given the circumstances.
Overall, the star of the game for Hyde School goes to the keeper, Jenna Kowalski. She saved well over the number of goals that she allowed. The team should be excited to take her into their next game. As long as she remains healthy, she will be an asset to Hyde’s future success.
The Hyde Varsity Girls Soccer Team aims to ring their victory bell for first time this upcoming week, as they have Marianapolis and Falmouth visiting in Woodstock.