Hawks swoop in for the Win (HNC-fav photo)
Haven't taken many new photos that I haven't scrapped yet. But I like the one where the boys are huddled around the portable heater trying to keep warm during their tournament.
The season started out with a bang; first game a shut-out, then despite decent weather for fall in the northwest, the B team couldn't snag a win. Took 3 out of 4 games at Fall Drizzle, but in league, you kept getting beat. Last week for tournament you were paired with your natural rivals, Eckstein Middle School Eagles and you played your hearts out, making your victory all the more sweet, and putting you unexpectantly into the semifinals. Today was sunny but the temperatures were suited more for skiing than frisbee, coming in at a crisp 36 degrees F. Shorts and jerseys aren't that warm but your spirits were high. Sitting around a small portable heater between plays to keep your hands warm, wearing ski hats to keep the ears toasty, you once again took on your opponent, the Washington Middle School Huskies, with determination and grit, snagging the win and putting you into the finals. No one thought you'd make it that far, and though you lost against the A team of Mercer, you came home winners taking 2nd place in the tournament. Way to go HAWKS!
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