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Hudson wins first round game in boys’ soccer

By Chris Wraight, Contributing Writer

Hudson High School's Lucas Medeiros (#7, right) battles Nashoba Regional High School's David Cerone (#5).

Hudson High School's Lucas Medeiros (#7, right) battles Nashoba Regional High School's David Cerone (#5).

Hudson – The sixth-seeded Hudson High School Hawks hosted the eleventh-seeded Nashoba Regional High School Chieftains for a first round Central Division 1 playoff soccer game Nov. 2 at the Morgan Bowl.

The two teams battled evenly for the first half, with neither side able to score.? The Hawks’ Michael Conley scored less than one minute into the second half (assist by Andrew Oliveira).? The Chieftains’ Shea Cruickshank evened it up on a penalty kick with 17:16 remaining and regulation ended tied 1-1.

After a scoreless overtime, Hudson won it on the second round of penalty kicks, 3-2, and will next face Wachusett Regional High School in the quarter-final round.

Photos/Chris Wraight

Hudson High School's Ryan Lyman (GK) takes control of this free kick; his teammate Lucas Medeiros (#7) is at left.

Hudson High School's Ryan Lyman (GK) takes control of this free kick; his teammate Lucas Medeiros (#7) is at left.

 

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