Hodgdon Hawks and PVHS Howlers Showcase Grit in Double Overtime Draw

 In a thrilling Maine boys’ high school soccer clash, the Hodgdon Hawks and the Penobscot Valley High School (PVHS) Howlers left it all on the field, treating fans to a hard-fought contest that ended in a well-deserved 1-1 double overtime draw.


 The match was a testament to the talent and determination displayed by both teams, and it was clear from the outset that this game was destined to be a closely contested battle. The crowd was in for a treat as these two squads displayed their soccer prowess throughout the game. 


PVHS struck first with a goal from the talented Drovin Brochu, showcasing his ability to find the back of the net. The goal was a product of teamwork, with Kaden Loring providing the crucial assist. It was a moment of sheer brilliance that ignited the Howlers’ fans and set the tone for a competitive showdown. 


However, the Hodgdon Hawks weren’t ready to concede defeat. They responded with an equalizer that demonstrated their resilience. Hunter Duttweiler seized the moment, capitalizing on an opportunity to score. Joseph Scott’s assist was instrumental in leveling the score, and it was a testament to the Hawks’ teamwork and determination. 


The goalkeepers on both sides deserve a special mention for their outstanding performances. PVHS’s Ranger Morton proved to be a formidable presence between the posts, making nine crucial saves on the 16 shots he faced. His ability to keep the Howlers in the game, especially during pivotal moments, was commendable.


 On the other side, Hodgdon’s Derek Golding was equally impressive, with 16 remarkable saves on 19 shots. Golding’s agility and quick reflexes thwarted several of PVHS’s promising attacks, ensuring that the Hawks remained in contention throughout the match. 


As the game headed into double overtime, the tension was palpable, and both teams continued to fight relentlessly. The final whistle blew, and the scoreline remained locked at 1-1, a testament to the resilience and sportsmanship of both the Hodgdon Hawks and the PVHS Howlers.


 In the end, while the scoreboard may have shown a draw, it was clear that both teams emerged as winners in the hearts of the fans. Their commitment, skill, and spirit on the field were truly praiseworthy. Hodgdon and PVHS have set the bar high for Maine boys’ high school soccer, leaving supporters eager to see more thrilling matchups in the future.

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