Santiago Canyon Men's Soccer
Hawks 0 Spartans 1
The Hawks traveled to Mira Costa College on Friday to take on the Spartans. The Spartans struck early and took a 1-0 lead in the 10th minute. With the score 1-0 at halftime the hawks settled in and dominated possession for the entire second half, but had difficulty finding the back of the net. The Hawks best chance came in 65th minute when Kyle Pizano sent a corner kick into the box to a wide open Bryan Chavez. Chavez got his head on the ball, but was unable to convert. The Hawks take on San Bernardino Valley on Friday, September 18th at 3:00 o'clock at SCC.
Hawks 1 Wolverines 1
The Hawks hosted San Bernardino Valley on Friday in what proved to be a very competitive game. The Hawks got on the score board first when Kyle Pizano found Evan Morales off of a corner kick. The Hawks took a 1-0 lead into the second half and were unable to convert on several chances that could have potentially put the game away. The Wolverines, with nothing to lose, applied pressure on the Hawks the last 15 minutes of the game and were finally able to convert in injury time to tie the game. The Hawks will travel to East L.A. College on Friday, September 25, for 6:00 o'clock kickoff.
Hawks 1 Huskys 1
The Hawks traveled to East Los Angeles College on Friday to take on the Huskies. The game was fast paced and physical the minute the whistle blew. The Huskys took advantage of a corner kick in the 25th minute and took a 1-0 lead. Shortly there after the Hawks were able to tie the game off of a corner kick of their own. In the 33rd Kyle Pizano found the head of Alberto Chavez at the far post where Chavez was able to put the ball in the back of the net. The Hawks will travel to Orange Coast College on Tuesday, September 29th, for a 7:00 o'clock kickoff.
Hawks 1 Pirates 4
The Hawks traveled to Orange Coast College on Tuesday to take on the Pirates under the lights at LeBard Stadium. The Hawks jumped out to an early lead when Kyle Pizano found the head of Fabian Cobian off a free kick just outside of the eighteen yard box. Shortly there after the Hawks got caught on a counter attack and the Pirates leveled the score at 1-1. The Hawks came out in the second half with all of the momentum, but were unable to capitalize on any of their chances. The Pirates were able to score off of a long throw midway through the second half. With the score at 2-1, the Hawks had to take some chances by pushing numbers forward to try and get back in the game. Unfortunately this led to two late goals by the Pirates in the second half. The Hawks will look to rebound from this tough loss when they travel to Golden West College on Friday, October 2nd, for a 3:00 o'clock kickoff.