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Hawk Basketball and Soccer teams continue their winning streak

In girls’ basketball the hawks got off to another hot start vs Bartlett, jumping out to a 22-0 lead. Joslen Jimenez led all scorers with 20 points, followed by Andrea Perez with 16, Morgan Hunter with 13, Nailea Fields with 12, Alicia Verdusco with 8, and 2 points each for Jaaci Patterson and Sara Gutierrez. Jimenez, Hunter, and Perez made numerous steals that led to easy scores for the Hawks which helped bring the final score to 71- 9.
The JV game was another dominating performance which was won 22-8. The Hawks were led by Danielle Russell and Zahra Rayani each with 6 points, Jenae Espinoza with 4, and 2 points each for Victoria Guererro and Bryton Loflin. The press was quite effective again as the girls used their full court pressure to produce several steals and easy layups.
In soccer, Sequoia defended their home field again by defeating the Bartlett Bobcats in another exciting shoot-out. It was a tough game against a physical team, but the Sequoia players superior technique won out. The Hawks played tough defense, not allowing any goals in regulation time. Regulation time ended in a 0-0 tie. In the shoot-out, the Hawks won 4-3, with goals scored by Arnoldo Beltran, Adrian Gonzalez, Garret Powell, and Fernando Molina. Jose Langarica stepped up again and blocked the Bartlett’s 4th penalty shot to win the game. Good job Hawks.