Two- win week for Hawks’ girls soccer
BERKS CATHOLIC 3, HAMBURG 1 » Sienna Boyer had nine saves but it wasn’t enough as the Hawks dropped their October 2nd matchup with Berks Catholic. Jasmin Piltz had the lone goal for the Hawks and was assisted by Kylie Clark.
HAMBURG2, MUHLENBERG2 » Emma Greenawald scored twice to tie the game for the Hawks in their matchup with Muhlenberg on October 4th. Sienna Boyer had 11 saves in net for Hamburg.
HAMBURG 2, KUTZTOWN 0 » The Hawks were able to shutout Kutztown in their October 6th matchup. Veronica Crespo and Michaela Sturm each had a goal for the Hawks ( 5- 10- 1), while Emma Greenawald and Shawna Hauck each had an assist.
FLEETWOOD 2, HAMBURG 0 » Trevor Fegley had eight saves for the Hawks but it was not enough as they dropped their October
3rd matchup with Fleetwood.
HAMBURG 4, SCHUYLKILL VALLEY 1 » Jacob Bausher and Harold Greenawald each had two goals as the Hawks topped Schuylkill Valley on October 5th. Reece Adam and Alexander MacDonald each had an assist while Trevor Fegley had seven saves in net.
The Hawks are 5- 4 in Berks II ( 9- 7- 1 overall).
The Hamburg girls’ tennis team fell in the quarterfinals of the BCIAA Team Tournament to Wilson, 3- 2, in Oct. 7.
Wilson won the match in singles with a sweep of the top 3. The match turned in the Bulldogs’ favor with a dramatic 3- hour, 10- minute match at No. 3 singles. Wilson’s Ally Yu won in a third- set tiebreaker over Hamburg’s Breanna Ulrich, 6- 4, 6- 7 ( 5), 7- 6 ( 3). Paige Cincinnati downed Hawks’ No. 1 Allison Bashore, 6- 2, 6- 2; at No. 2, Christine Noecker downed Meredith Haas, 6- 3, 6- 1
Hamburg’s wins came in doubles, with No. 1 team Lauren Shebby and Jen Hoshauer rallying by Emma Appler and Breanna Corjuc, 3- 6, 6- 0, 6- 2; at No. 2, Haley Kravish and Sarah Kramer topped Olivia Xie and Alex Katronak, 6- 4, 6- 1.
BERKS CATHOLIC 76, HAMBURG 0 » The Saints overmatched the Hawks in their Berks II game on Oct. 6.
Berks Catholic led by 28 after one quarter and 55- 0 at halftime while racking up 400 total yards. Up against the state Class 4A powerhouse, Hamburg could only accumulate 39 total yards.
Boys cross country
HAMBURG SWEPT » The Hawks were swept in their meet on October 3rd, losing to Muhlenberg 30- 27, Oley Valley 30- 29 and Reading High 32- 25. Levi Hayle finished first for Hamburg with a time of 17: 40. Wyatt and Shane Conrad finished fifth and ninth respectively for the Hawks.
Girls cross country
HAMBURG TAKES TWO OF THREE » The Hawks were able to win two of their three matchups in their October 3rd meet, defeating Muhlenberg 22- 33 and Reading High 21- 34 but lost to Oley Valley 37- 23. Quinn Holl ( 22: 07) and Brea Borrell ( 22: 21) finished second and third respectively for Hamburg who got their first two wins of the season.
BERKS CATHOLIC 6, HAMBURG0 » The Hawks were unable to get anything going in their October 2nd loss to Berks Catholic. Veronica Heckman had 17 saves in net for Hamburg.
HAMBURG 1, MUHLENBERG 1 » Kylie Christman netted a goal to tie the game up for the Hawks in their matchup with Muhlenberg on October 4th. Veronica Heckman had nine saves for Hamburg who moved to 1- 6- 1 in league play on the year.