Soccer, field hockey and golf wins
The Hudson men’s soccer team outscored Wadsworth 3-1 on Tuesday.
The Explorers got goals from Mike Kane, Thomas Banko and Easton Rowell. Sam Robledo and Tyler Travis added assists.
In the goal, Elijah Beh made a save.
Hudson had more shots on goal (6-2) and corners (8-0), building up a 2-0 lead in the first half.
The Explorers also lost 1-0 to Medina on Saturday September 4. Beh made two saves for Hudson (2-2-3).
The Hudson field hockey team had two wins on Saturday, September 10, topping Ottawa Hills 10-0 and Maumee Valley Country Day School 8-0.
âHudson played with good skill and teamwork, focusing on communication and ball possession,â said coach Louise Knox. âThey were quick to change momentum to attack and aggressive in the circle.
âThe defensive line was solid, reading the pitch well to distribute the ball and finding open players in the channels to change the momentum. New college players are learning to play at a higher speed and overall the group has worked well together.
Reagan Timko scored two goals against Ottawa Hills and three against Maumee Valley.
Kaci Ramlow, Ryan St. Pierre, Brooke Buchanan, Ruby Jacops, Ana Berrios, Lindsey Rohwedder, Sofia Boyle and Sarah Lozina also each scored against Ottawa Hills with Buchanan and Jacops each adding two assists and St. Pierre and Widdoes each adding one. .
Caroline Williams, Buchanan, Rohwedder, Widdoes and Jacops also each added goals against Maumee Valley with Rodwedder, Ashley Root and St. Pierre adding assists.
Team Hudson JV started the year 4-0 with wins over Hathaway Brown (4-1), Laurel (7-0), Upper Arlington (9-0) and Maumee Valley (10-0).
The Hudson Girls’ Golf Team went undefeated with a 164-170 victory over Nordonia on Tuesday at the Lake Forest Country Club.
Lizzy Grant led Hudson with a 38, her best result in high school, followed by Emmy Burling (39), Delaney DiGeronimo (43), Sherry Du (44), Maggie Box (47) and Julia Van Bokkelen (48).